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Postdoctoral scholarship: Identification of functional roles of protein aggregates and stress granules in aging

Nyhet: 2018-09-06

We hereby announce that one postdoctoral scholarship is available at the Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Gothenburg.

Project: Identification of functional roles of protein aggregates and stress granules in aging

Dnr: E 2018/168

Scholarship period: The scholarship covers a period of 24 months.

Preliminary start date: 2018-10-15

Supervisor/contact person: Beidong Liu, 031-7862584, e-mail: beidong.liu@cmb.gu.se

Qualifications:
* To be eligible for a post-doc scholarship at the recipient must hold a PhD degree or equivalent education experience within a relevant field. The applicant must not have been employed at University of Gothenburg in the past two years.

* Experience and knowledge required:
Plasmid extraction, transformation; mRNA extraction, primer designing, and real-time polymerase chain reaction; Purification of recombinant protein; Western blotting; Immuno-fluorescence staining; Microscopy imaging; Cell culture. Education and work experience in Microbiology is a merit.

Written application, including reference number, is to be sent via e-mail to the supervisor and must include the following:
* CV
* Personal letter stating the reasons why the study suits the applicant (maximum one page)
* List of publications
* References (2)

Application deadline: 2018-10-05

Information regarding scholarships:
* Scholarships do not give rise to sickness benefits, compensation from the Social Insurance Office or retirement pension.
* The scholarship sum is paid out quarterly
* Scholarships are tax-exempt
* A scholarship holder cannot be hired after the scholarship period due to tax reasons.

 

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