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Copio e incollo questa email che mi è arrivata... sai mai che qualcuno sia interessato!

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Postdoctoral Fellow/Research Fellow

Applications are invited for a position as Postdoctoral Fellow or Research Fellow within the Division of Neuroscience, The John Curtin School of Medical Research, ANU.

The successful applicant will work on a project, under the supervision of Dr Clarke Raymond, to investigate the mechanisms of different forms of long-term potentiation (LTP) in the hippocampus and their relationship to learning and memory in rodent models.

For specific background to the project see Raymond & Redman J Physiol 570 (1): 97-111, and Raymond TINS 30 (4): 167-175.

Applicants will require an excellent understanding of synaptic plasticity and LTP in particular. Experience in electrophysiological recording from brain slice preparations is essential. Additional experience in calcium imaging and/or behavioural testing in rodents would be advantageous, but not essential.

For further information and application instructions please see: http://info.anu.edu.au/hr/Jobs/Academic_Positions/_JC4125.asp

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Ne incollo un'altra:

Research Fellow (Post-doctoral): Protein localization and trafficking in neurons

We are seeking a post-doctoral scientist with experience in studying protein identity and trafficking at a cell level. You will work in a team investigating the relationships between changes in neuronal properties and specific second messenger systems in neurons. We are particularly interested in the cellular basis of long-term changes, including alterations in protein expression in identified neurons and kinase targeting of ion channels. The major long term changes that we are investigating are those that occur after inflammation.

The Research Fellow will work closely with Professor John Furness, Dr Karina Needham and Dr Kulmira Nurgali in the Autonomic Neuroscience and Pain research group (Head of Laboratory, Professor John B Furness) in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology. Details of the laboratory can be seen at: http://www.anatomy.unimelb.edu.au/researchlabs/furness/

The work that you will undertake will be on neurons in the wall of the intestine (enteric neurons) and will be closely linked to electrophysiological investigation of the consequences of inflammation for these neurons. The position is currently offered until the end of 2009, but we expect that funding will be available to a suitably motivated successful applicant beyond that date.

Please apply through the University of Melbourne site at http:// HYPERLINK "http://www.jobs.unimelb.edu.au" www.jobs.unimelb.edu.au, position number 0005100, by 27 July 2007.

Enquiries to Professor Furness (j.furness (at) unimelb.edu.au, phone (03) 83448859), Dr. Kulmira Nurgali (k.nurgali (at) unimelb.edu.au, phone (03) 83446669) or Dr. Karina Needham (kneedham (at) unimelb.edu.au, phone (03) 83444782) would be welcomed.

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non e' che hai qualcosa per Brisbane ????

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Hmmmm.... così su due piedi non mi sembra, ma se mi capita te lo faccio sapere!

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E ancora un'altra....

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HOWARD FLOREY INSTITUTE
Research Fellow
Reference Number – HFI052
We are seeking to appoint a postdoctoral scientist in the Neural Plasticity Group of A/Prof. Anthony
Hannan. The group is studying gene-environment interactions and mechanisms of experiencedependent
plasticity in the healthy and diseased brain, using mouse models. Of particular interest are
brain disorders which involve cognitive and psychiatric symptoms, including Huntington’s disease,
depression and schizophrenia. The research utilizes transgenic technology together with correlated
behavioural, cellular and molecular analysis, so as to link brain and behaviour in normal and
dysfunctional states. Candidates with a PhD in a relevant field, including neuroscience, behavioural
sciences, genetics, biochemistry, molecular or cell biology, are encouraged to apply. Enquiries may be
directed to Anthony Hannan (anthony.hannan@florey.edu.au). The position is funded by the NHMRC
(Australia) for 3 years and the successful applicant would commence in early 2008. To obtain a position
description, see the HFI website: www.florey.edu.au.
Send applications quoting the reference number to:
Mr Sanam Sharma, HR Manager, Howard Florey Institute, University of Melbourne, Vic. 3010. email:
employment@florey.edu.au

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ottima idea! anche a me arrivano per e-mail vari annunci di posizioni per phd o post-doc. Potrei selezionare le migliori e incollarle qui. Anzi, potremmo destinare questo topic a questo tipo di cose!
Premetto solo che con buona probabilitá i miei annunci saranno di ambito "vegetale"... ma magari non tutti!
Buona giornata!
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Post-doc Olanda (3 anni)- Bioinformatica - scadenza 16/11/07

Postdoctoral Researcher
(Noord-Holland), 38 hours per weekUniversity of Amsterdam,



Job description
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‘The development of a knowledge base framework for biomedical information’

An important area of life sciences research involves the elucidation of molecular mechanisms underlying complex disorders. One challenge is the acquisition and integration of data, information and expert knowledge for specific biomedical domains or diseases. Progress in this area is determined by progress in the organization and integration of biomedical information and the development of methodologies to use this information. Information that is available for a specific biological system (e.g. pathway or organelle) or disorder and the relation between the two is neither easily accessible nor applicable by people who are not familiar with that biological system or disorder. Even domain experts may experience difficulties when retrieving and relating all pieces of information. Typically, the required information is not very well organized in a unified and standardized format but is scattered over biological and biomedical databases, basic textbooks, scientific literature and experts’ minds, and may be highly specific, heterogeneous, complex and voluminous.

The aim of the project is to develop a general framework to construct knowledge bases. We have developed a first prototype, which we used to build a peroxisome knowledge base. Information is represented by concept maps and the web ontology language (OWL), and graph-based navigation methods were implemented to browse the information.

This project is a collaboration with the Academic Medical Centre and focuses on the development of a knowledge base for specific biomedical domains, which integrates existing information and provides the functionalities for different types of application.

Requirements
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We are looking for enthusiastic candidates who have a background preferably in bioinformatics and knowledge of or a clear affinity with molecular biology, biochemistry and biomedical sciences. Candidates should meet the following requirements:
• PhD in a relevant scientific discipline (e.g. bioinformatics).
• Experience with bioinformatics research.
• Excellent software development skills (Java, Java frameworks (J2E, JENA, AJAX), web applications, relational databases).
• Knowledge of HTML/XML/OWL, Protégé, Unix, biomedical ontologies.
• Sufficient social skills to perform optimally in a dynamic scientific team.
• Willingness to collaborate with colleagues from the AMC.

The postdoc’s tasks will be to:
• Further extend the content of the knowledge base in close collaboration with domain experts.
• Integrate biomedical ontologies and vocabularies with our current OWL models.
• Develop new functionalities and applications.
• Develop software that allows domain experts to enter and edit information that is in the knowledge base (in this, support will be provided by a scientific programmer).

Organization
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University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Science
The University of Amsterdam (UvA) is a university with an internationally acclaimed profile, located at the heart of the Dutch capital. As well as a world centre for business and research, Amsterdam is a hub of cultural and media activities. The University of Amsterdam is a member of the League of European Research Universities.


The Faculty of Science of the University of Amsterdam (UvA) is one of Europe’s foremost institutions for higher education and research in its chosen fields of specialization. It plays an active role in international science networks and collaborates with universities and industry. The Faculty has approximately 2,000 students and 1,500 staff members spread over four departments and ten research institutes. Each institute has its own research programme, a substantial part of which is externally financed by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), the Dutch government, the EU and various private enterprises.

In 2010, the Faculty will relocate to Science Park Amsterdam. Ambitious building projects are paving the way for this relocation. The move will make the Park one of the largest centres of academic research in the Netherlands.

The Swam*****m Institute for Life Sciences (SILS) is one of the Faculty’s largest institutes. Within it, approximately 250 scientists and staff members perform excellent research centred on four themes: 1) The Living Cell, 2) Plants and Health, 3) Inside and Beyond the Brain, and 4) Life Science Technologies. Institute members give advanced lectures and courses, while the SILS itself stimulates scientific cooperation between participating groups and colleagues all over the world.

Conditions of employment
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Employment basis: Temporary for specified period
Duration of the contract: 3 years Maximum hours per week: 38



Additional conditions of employment:
The appointment will be on temporary basis for a maximum period of three years. Based on a full-time appointment (38 hours per week), the gross monthly salary will range from €2,279 to €3,597 (salary scale 10), depending on the postdoc’s expertise and experience. The collective employment agreement of Dutch universities is applicable.

Additional Information
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Additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from:


Prof. A.H.C. van Kampen
Telephone number: +31 (0) 20 566 7096
E-mail address: a.h.vankampen@amc.uva.nl


Or additional information can be obtained through one of the following links.
About the organization
About the department
About the function

Application
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You can apply for this job before 16-11-2007 by sending your application to:


University of Amsterdam
Faculty of Science, Personnel Dept.
Kruislaan 404
1098 SM Amsterdam
The Netherlands
E-mail address: application@science.uva.nl
Applications should include a detailed curriculum vitae and a letter of motivation, and be submitted in an envelope marked ‘strictly confidential’ and bearing the job reference code in the upper left-hand corner. They should be sent before 16 November 2007 to: Universiteit van Amsterdam, Faculty of Science, Personnel Dept, Kruislaan 404, 1098 SM Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Applications may also be emailed to application@science.uva.nl, stating the job reference code as the subject and including the other documents as attachments.


When applying for this job always mention the vacancy number AT 07-1070.


The short URL code for this job opening is: 00361-1391.
You can use this as a direct link to the job by adding the code to the URL www.academictransfer.org/

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Post doc Olanda (3 anni) - Elettrofisiologia/studio risposta stress - scadenza 16/11/07

Postdoctoral Researcher
(Noord-Holland), 38 hours per weekUniversity of Amsterdam,



Job description
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Project (funded by the NWO)

Following stress exposure, the rodent brain is exposed to elevated levels of corticosterone, catecholamines like noradrenaline, and neuropeptides. In concert these hormones enable the animal to face the challenge, adapt its behaviour and remember the information for future use. Until recently it was generally thought that noradrenaline and peptides are the main actors in the initial phase of the stress response, enhancing alertness, vigilance and attention. Corticosteroids were thought to be important later on, for normalization of brain activity and consolidation of the event, via a genomic pathway. Very recent data from our group, however, show that corticosteroids can also exert rapid non-genomic effects on hippocampal cell properties, via mineralocorticoid receptors in the membrane.

In this project we will investigate the physiological importance of these rapid corticosteroid effects. We propose that the membrane mineralocorticoid receptors are the only means for hippocampal cells to quickly and accurately translate fluctuations in hormone level into changes in electrical activity. We will then examine whether chronic stress (a known risk factor for major depression in humans) limits the potential of hippocampal cells to quickly translate hormone fluctuations into altered cell activity. Finally, we will test how activation of membrane mineralocorticoid receptors affects various stages of hippocampus-dependent learning.

The emphasis of this study will be on electrophysiological experiments in brain slices of mice. We will use in situ patch clamp recordings to measure the rapid effect of corticosterone on miniature excitatory post-synaptic currents (mEPSCs). Behavioural studies will be carried out in collaboration with the University of Leiden and UC Irvine USA.

Requirements
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PhD in Biology
• Experience with electrophysiology

Organization
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(vedi anche post precedente)
University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Science

The Swammer-dam Institute for Life Sciences (SILS) is one of the Faculty’s largest institutes. Within it, approximately 250 scientists and staff members perform excellent research centred on four themes: 1) The Living Cell, 2) Plants and Health, 3) Inside and Beyond the Brain, and 4) Life Science Technologies.

Conditions of employment
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Employment basis: Temporary for specified period
Duration of the contract: 3 years
Maximum hours per week: 38



Additional conditions of employment:
The appointment will be on temporary basis for a maximum period of three years (one year plus a further two years if the project is positively evaluated).
Based on a full-time appointment (38 hours per week), the gross monthly salary will range from €2,279 to €3,597 (salary scale 10) depending on the appointee’s expertise and experience. If the appointee’s expertise and experience are such that he/she is able to function at a higher level, a salary according to scale 11 (€3,060 to €4,190) may be negotiable. The collective employment agreement of the Dutch universities is applicable.

Additional Information
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Additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from:


Dr Henk Karst
E-mail address: karst@science.uva.nl


Or additional information can be obtained through one of the following links.
About the organization
About the department
About the function

Application
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You can apply for this job before 16-11-2007 by sending your application to:


University of Amsterdam
Faculty of Science, Personnel Dept.
Kruislaan 404
1098 SM Amsterdam
The Netherlands
E-mail address: application@science.uva.nl
Applications should include a detailed curriculum vitae, the names and addresses of three persons from whom information about the candidate can be obtained, and a letter of motivation. They should be submitted in an envelope marked ‘strictly confidential’ and bearing the job reference number in the upper left-hand corner. Send them before 16 November 2007 to: University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Science, Personnel Dept, Kruislaan 404, 1098 SM Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Applications may also be emailed to application@science.uva.nl, stating the job reference number as the subject, and including the other documents as attachments.


When applying for this job always mention the vacancy number AT 07-1069.


The short URL code for this job opening is: 00361-1390.
You can use this as a direct link to the job by adding the code to the URL www.academictransfer.org/

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Dottorato Olanda - signalling pathways/proteina G - scadenza 16/11/07


PhD student
(Noord-Holland), 38 hours per weekUniversity of Amsterdam,



Job description
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‘Visualization of heterotrimeric G-protein mediated signalling pathways’

The Gq-PLCbeta signalling pathway plays an important role in the physiology of the brain and the heart. Our current knowledge on Gq mediated signalling is mainly derived from molecular biological and biochemical studies. These approaches do not allow the study of local signalling in the highly organized, differentiated cells of which the brain and heart are comprised. To understand the Gq-mediated signalling pathway in living cells we have tagged the components of the signalling pathway with fluorescent proteins. These fusion proteins will be used to study activation and interactions of Gq in living neuronal cells by fluorescence microscopy.

This research will use a variety of techniques, for example molecular biology (cloning), eukaryotic cell culture and advanced fluorescence microscopy (FRET, FRAP, TIRF).

Requirements
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Candidates should hold a Master’s in Biochemistry, Cell Biology or Medical Biology (or equivalent), have excellent communication skills and be highly motivated to conduct fundamental scientific research. Experience with fluorescence microscopy is a plus.

Organization
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University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Science


Conditions of employment
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Employment basis: Temporary for specified period
Duration of the contract: four years (one year plus a further three years after a positive evaluation)
Maximum hours per week: 38



Additional conditions of employment:
The appointment will be on a temporary basis for a maximum period of four years (one year plus a further three years after a positive evaluation) and should lead to a dissertation (PhD thesis). An educational plan that includes the attendance of courses and national and international meetings will be drafted. The PhD student will also be involved in the EU integrated project on molecular imaging. He/she will be expected to assist in the teaching.

Based on a full-time appointment (38 hours per week), the gross monthly salary will range from €1956 in the first year to € 2502 in the final year, according to the Dutch salary scales for PhD students.

Additional Information
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Additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from:


Prof. T.W.J. Gadella Jr.
Telephone number: +31 (0) 20 525 6259
E-mail address: gadella@science.uva.nl

Dr J.Goedhart
Telephone number: +31 (0) 20 525 7774
E-mail address: goedhart@science.uva.nl

Or additional information can be obtained through one of the following links.
About the organization
About the department
About the function
Research

Application
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You can apply for this job before 16-11-2007 by sending your application to:


University of Amsterdam
Faculty of Science, Personnel Dept.
Kruislaan 404
1098 SM Amsterdam
The Netherlands
E-mail address: application@science.uva.nl
Applications should include a curriculum vitae, a letter of motivation, and the names and addresses of three person from whom information about the candidate can be obtained. They should be sent to: Personnel Department, University of Amsterdam, Faculty of Science, Kruislaan 404, 1098 SM Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Please quote the job reference code and write ‘strictly confidential’ in the upper left-hand corner of the envelope.

Applications may also be emailed to application@science.uva.nl, stating the job reference code as the subject and including the other documents as attachments.

The closing date for applications is 16 November 2007.


When applying for this job always mention the vacancy number AT 07-1072.


The short URL code for this job opening is: 00361-1393.
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Prov.: Verbano-Cusio-Ossola
Città: Verbania


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Ciao ragazzi, vi segnalo questo: L'istituto è l'IRB (Istituto di Ricerca in Biomedicina) di Bellinzona, nella Svizzera italiana. E' molto conosciuto e mi sembra siano stati loro a mettere a punto il topo transgenico con porzioni del sistema immunitario umano. Comunque hanno molti gruppi e spesso hanno posti vacanti.

POST DOC POSITION: scadenza 30|11|07
Chemokines: tissue expression, function and activity modulation:
A Post Doctoral Position, funded by the EU Community FP6 Programme, is available in the Chemokine Research group headed by Dr. Mariagrazia Uguccioni. The project will involve an analysis of the mechanisms of chemokine activity modulation in inflammatory conditions in vitro and in vivo. Previous experience of in vivo biology and knowledge of chemokine biology is desirable.
Salary Scale: CHF 75’000-CHF 82’000

Please send by E-mail a CV, letter of application outlining research experiences and interests, and contact details of two referees to Dr. Mariagrazia Uguccioni
Closing date: 30th Nov 2007
Contact: Mariagrazia Uguccioni, MD

Mariagrazia Uguccioni, MD
email: mariagrazia.uguccioni@irb.unisi.ch
tel: +41 91 820 0316
fax: +41 91 820 0305

Research in the chemokine field has dramatically changed our understanding of leukocyte traffic in immune defence and disease, offering attractive perspectives for new therapeutic approaches in the treatment of chronic inflammation and infectious diseases. It is now generally accepted that leukocyte trafficking in homeostasis as well as in pathology is largely determined by the more than forty chemokines that are produced upon specific induction or constitutively expressed in virtually all tissues of the human body, in combination with the expression of almost twenty target receptors on all leukocyte subsets and on many tissue cells. Although much remains to be discovered, the receptor specificities of most chemokines, expression pattern of chemokine receptors, and the resulting immunologic activities are often known in intricate detail form numerous in vitro and in vivo studies.
While we thus understand well the effects of chemokines one by one, much less is known about the potential consequences of multiple and concomitant expression on leukocyte migration and function, even though a vast number of in situ experiments clearly documents the simultaneous expression of several or many chemokines at diverse target sites of leukocyte trafficking and homing. Our group has recently revealed the existence of additional regulatory mechanisms (antagonism and synergism) that apply under conditions of multiple and concomitant chemokine expression.




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PhD Olanda - disturbi cardiovascolari - scadenza 20/11/07


ICIN is looking for a PhD Cardiovascular Diseases
(Utrecht), 38 hours per week
ICIN-KNAW




Job description
PhD Cardiovascular Diseases
Project details:
You will be working on the project Dutch Program Tissue Engineering (DPTE) which specifies his research on cardiac regeneration. Regenerative medicine is a rapidly growing field in biomedical research with a great deal of potential for new medical applications, e.g. cell replacement therapy and engineering of heart tissue. The ultimate objective of this research line is to develop techniques and materials to promote regeneration and constructive remodeling of the heart.

Tasks:
You will carry out research into the isolation, characterization and optimization of the differentiation capacity of cardiac progenitor cells into cardiomyocytes.

Requirements

You will have a degree (master of science) in Biology, Developmental Biology, Medical Biology, Biochemistry, Biomedical Technology, Biomaterials, Molecular Biology or other closely related biological sciences.

You should have a solid publication record and preferably experience of stem cell biology, animal work and cell culture.

Organization
ICIN-KNAW
The Interuniversity Cardiology Institute of the Netherlands (ICIN) is an institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen - KNAW), performing basic and clinical research in the field of cardiovascular diseases. The ICIN is an alliance of the cardiology departments of the eight university medical centers in the Netherlands. Research projects are carried out on campus.

At the CardioMR Laboratory of the University Medical Center Utrecht, we are seeking on short notice a:

PhD cardiovascular diseases (m/f)

Conditions of employment
Estimated maximum salary per month: eur 2000 - 2500

Maximum salary amount in Euro's a month 2502
Employment basis: Temporary for specified period
Duration of the contract: two years
Maximum hours per week: 38

Additional conditions of employment:
Appointment
This position involves a temporary appointment for two years. (questa non l'ho proprio capita, in teoria PhD è per 4 anni, sarà bene chiedere...)

Salary
Depending on training and work experience, the maximum gross monthly salary coming with a full-time appointment will amount to 1956,- scale P-0, Collective Agreement for Dutch Universities (CAO-Nederlandse Universiteiten), excluding 8% holiday pay and a 3% year-end bonus. We offer an extensive package of fringe benefits.

Work location
University Medical Center Utrecht

Additional Information

Or additional information can be obtained through one of the following links.

* About the organization


Application
You can apply for this job before 20-11-2007 by sending your application to:

ICIN
Catharijnesingel 52
3501 DG UTRECHT
the Netherlands
E-mail address: info@icin.knaw.nl
Information
For further information about the position, you may contact Mrs. Dr. M.J. Goumans (projectleader), telephone number +31 30 250 9814 or by email: m.goumans@umcutrecht.nl.

When applying for this job always mention the vacancy number AT 2824.

The short URL code for this job opening is: 00336-193.
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PhD Olanda - Biogeologia - scadenza 01/01/08

PhD researcher in Biogeology (1,0 fte)
(Utrecht), 38 hours per week
Utrecht University



Job description
PhD researcher in Biogeology
'Niche engineering and the evolution of biogeochemical cycles through time'
Modern marine environments are characterized by complex faunal communities living in the sediment with densities and diversities that vary depending on sediment type, availability of oxygen and organic matter load arriving at the sea bottom. Some species play an extraordinary role in creating suitable environments for other taxa to live in. These keystone species, for example deep burrowing lugworms, are regarded as niche engineers. Through geological history, origination of such niche engineers is hypothesized to have lead to sudden bursts in evolution of other infaunal taxa.

This program is integrated in the Darwin Center for Biogeology, and will be performed in close cooperation with the Microbial Ecology group at the Netherlands Institute of Ecology (NIOO-KNAW, Yerseke). The program has 2 projects, each project carried out by a PhD student.

Requirements
University Graduate
We are looking for a highly motivated individual with excellent communication skills who is interested in interdisciplinary research combining various fields of biogeology and a MSc in an appropriate field.



Additional information about the job:
Currently, we are looking for a candidate for the PhD position concerning the project: 'The effects of bioirrigation on benthic foraminifera'
The aim of this project is to study the effects of the presence of various types of niche engineers on the surrounding meiofauna, in particular the foraminiferal population, and on biogeochemical cycling. Bioturbation, burrow ventilation, bioirrigation and grazing are activities that may have a significant impact on the vertical distribution of benthic foraminifera in marine sediments. Alternatively, foraminifera seem to have a considerable impact on the bacterial population and, consequently, the biogeochemistry. The project will involve laboratory experiments with the coupled system biogeochemistry-bacteria-foraminifera in sediment cores with different imposed biogeochemical conditions, and with or without artificial bioirrigation. It also involves field sampling of marine sediments (Wadden Sea).

This project will be supported by ongoing modeling work within the research groups of Stratigraphy/Paleontology at Utrecht University and Microbial Ecology group at NIOO-KNAW.

Organization
Utrecht University
Faculty of Geosciences
The Faculty of Geosciences offers education and research concerning the geosphere, biosphere, atmosphere and anthroposphere. With a population of 2200 students (BSc and MSc) and 575 staff, the faculty is a strong and challenging organisation. The Faculty is organised in four Departments: Innovation and Environmental Sciences, Earth Sciences, Physical geography, and Human Geography and Urban and Regional Planning.

The Darwin Center for Biogeology is a virtual Dutch research institute, partially funded by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), which aims at performing cutting-edge science in the central field of Biogeology where Biology and Earth Sciences meet. Its research mission is to understand the functioning of global, regional and local ecosystems, focusing on change and feedback at all time scales in and between biotic and abiotic components of a changing Earth.

PhD researcher in Biogeology (1,0 fte)

Conditions of employment
Estimated maximum salary per month: eur 2500 - 3000
Salaryscale 10.
Maximum salary amount in Euro's a month 2505
Employment basis: Temporary for specified period
Duration of the contract: 4 years
Maximum hours per week: 38

Additional conditions of employment:
We offer a full-time PhD position for 4 years, with monthly salary starting at € 1956,- in the first year to € 2502,- in the last year of appointment. We also offer a pension scheme, a collective health insurance and flexible employment conditions. Conditions are based on the Collective Employment Agreement of the Dutch Universities and are supplemented with a holiday allowance of 8 % per year and a year-end bonus of 3%.

Additional Information
Additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from:

Dr. Mariëtte Wolthers
E-mail address: wolthers@geo.uu.nl

Prof. Bert van der Zwaan
E-mail address: bzwaan@geo.uu.nl

Or additional information can be obtained through one of the following links.

* About the organization


Application
You can apply for this job before 01-01-2008 by sending your application to:

Faculty of Geosciences
Personnel Department
P.O. Box 80115
3508 TC Utrecht

E-mail address: peno@geo.uu.nl
Applications, including a Curriculum Vitae, a statement of your research interests, and the names and addresses of 2 references, must be sent to:

Faculty of Geosciences, Personnel Department or submitted by e-mail to: peno@geo.uu.nl

Please mention where you originally saw our advertisement and quote vacancy number 72082 in all communications. The position is open until filled.

When applying for this job always mention the vacancy number 72082.

The short URL code for this job opening is: 00351-976.
You can use this as a direct link to the job by adding the code to the URL www.academictransfer.org/
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Post-doc Nijmegen (Olanda) - sviluppo metodo NMR per RNA - scadenza 26/11/07



62 64 07 Postdoc development NMR methodological tools
Nijmegen, (Gelderland), 40 hours per week
Radboud University Nijmegen




Job description
We are looking for a post-doc in development of NMR methodological tools for fast structure determination of RNAs and their interactions with other biomolecules. This position is available within the EU-funded project “Functional and Structural Genomics of Viral RNA” (FSG-V-RNA). This project joins the diverse expertise of nine leading European laboratories and has as its main goal to facilitate the generation of new knowledge in functional and structural genomics of viral RNAs. This will be done by developing new methods and tools for the rapid and efficient structural analysis of RNA and RNA-protein complexes. These optimized tools will be applied to RNA elements that are vital for the function of hepatitis B virus, hepatitis C virus, and HIV. Moreover complementary screening techniques will be implemented and the structure of NMR-ligand complexes will be analyzed to promote identification of antiviral compounds targeting these vital viral RNA elements.

Requirements
Doctorate
We are looking for an applicant with a PhD in Chemistry/Physical or Chemistry/Biophysics. The ambitious applicant should have a strong knowledge/background in (modern) NMR and NMR-principles. Our ideal candidate also has experience in operating NMR systems. Due to the international character of the project, the applicant will be able to communicate fluently in English.

Organization
Radboud University Nijmegen Faculteit der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica
Strategically located in Europe, Radboud University Nijmegen is one of the leading academic communities in the Netherlands. A place with a personal touch, where top-flight education and research take place on a beautiful green campus in modern buildings with state-of-art facilities.

The position is available in the laboratory of Biophysical Chemistry at the Radboud University Nijmegen. The department is part of the Institute of Molecules and Materials (IMM). Our laboratory is well equipped with 800 MHz, 600 MHz, and 500 MHz NMR spectrometers. More recently, high-sensitivity cold-probes have been installed. More information about the FSG-V-RNA project can be found at: http://www.fsgvrna.nmr.ru.nl/

Conditions of employment
Estimated maximum salary per month: eur 3500 - 4000
Salaryscale 10.
Maximum salary amount in Euro's a month 3597
Employment basis: Temporary for specified period
Duration of the contract: 10 months
Maximum hours per week: 40

Additional Information
Additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from:

Prof.dr. S.S. Wijmenga (professor)
Telephone number: + 31-24-3653384
E-mail address: s.wijmenga@science.ru.nl

Mrs. de With (secretary)
Telephone number: +31-24-3652678
E-mail address: m.dewith@science.ru.nl

Or additional information can be obtained through one of the following links.

* About the organization
* About the department
* About the function
* Radboud University Nijmegen


Application
You can apply for this job before 26-11-2007 by sending your application to:

Faculteit der Natuurwetenschappen, Wiskunde en Informatica
Mrs. A. Schroder
PO Box 9010, 6500 GL Nijmegen, NL


E-mail address: pz@science.ru.nl

When applying for this job always mention the vacancy number 62.64.07.

The short URL code for this job opening is: 00345-209.
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2 post-doc Nuova Zelanda - Biol Mol dei funghi


2 Post Doctoral Fellowships available
in Fungal Molecular Biology

Applications are invited for two post-doctoral fellowships in Fungal Molecular Biology with Professor Barry Scott in the Institute of Molecular BioSciences, Massey University, New Zealand (http://www.massey.ac.nz/~imbs/HTML/bscott.html).

Both projects are focused on understanding the mutualistic symbiosis between Epichloë festucae and its host perennial ryegrass. The aim of the first project is to understand the cell signalling processes that lead to NADPH oxidase (NoxA) activation and how reactive oxygen species control hyphal morphogenesis and growth in the symbiosis (Reference A420-07B). The aim of the second project is to identify signaling pathways that lead to the activation of E. festucae lolitrem biosynthetic genes in the perennial ryegrass symbiosis (Reference A421-07B).

Applicants should have a have a PhD in Molecular Biology or a related discipline preferably with some experience working in yeast/fungal cell and molecular biology.

The tenure of each position is three years.

Further details on each position and application process can be viewed at http://jobs.massey.ac.nz/
or by contacting Professor Barry Scott at d.b.scott@massey.ac.nz
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* postdoc position at the Institute of Biochemistry, ETH Zurich, Switzerland;

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* postdoc position at the newly established Centre for Bacterial Cell Biology, Newcastle University, UK;

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Posizione per PhD in cancer biology ad Auckland

PhD Project

Title: The role of a recently discovered glucose-phosphorylating enzyme, ADP-dependent glucokinase, in cancer biology

Supervisors: Prof William R. Wilson, Dr Adam V. Patterson, University of Auckland
Advisor: Dr Ron Ronimus, AgResearch Ltd, Palmerston North


Applications are invited for a three year PhD scholarship, funded through a Royal Society of New Zealand Marsden Grant, to investigate the role of a novel human glucose phosphorylating enzyme, ADP-dependent glucokinase (ADP-GK), in tumour biology. The research project will test the hypothesis that this recently-discovered enzyme plays a key role in the priming of glucose metabolism under stress conditions (hypoxia and glucose deprivation) and thereby contributes to tumour cell survival. The critically important role of hypoxia and other microenvironmental stresses in tumour progression (invasion, metastasis and selection for a more malignant genotype), and in resistance to chemotherapy and radiotherapy, makes this a timely study that is expected to attract considerable interest.

The experimental approach will include evaluation of the effects of hypoxia and low glucose (individually and together) on ADP-GK mRNA and protein expression in tumour cell lines. The role of ADP-GK on clonogenic cell survival under these stress conditions will be assessed by constructing cell lines that stably overexpress the enzyme, and by RNA interference (shRNA). This will include comparison with ATP-utilising glucose phosphorylating enzymes (hexokinases). Initial studies will focus on tissue culture models, but will be extended to in vivo tumour models using tetracycline-regulated shRNA cell lines. The project will provide broad skills in cellular and molecular biology in a cancer context.

The stipend for the scholarship is $25,000 pa, plus tuition fees, for three years with bench costs met by the Marsden Fund grant. Extension for a further 6 months is available through the University of Auckland. The start date for the position should preferably be within the period Jan-Mar 2008.

The project will be accommodated in the Auckland Cancer Society Research Centre, School of Medical Sciences, The University of Auckland (Grafton Campus), under the supervision of Professor Bill Wilson (wr.wilson (at) auckland.ac.nz) and Dr Adam Patterson (a.patterson (at) auckland.ac.nz). Dr Ron Ronimus (AgResearch, Palmerson North), who discovered the mammalian ADP-glucokinases, will act as an advisor. The project is part of a larger collaboration with Dr Ronimus which includes a second PhD project at Massey University (supervised by Drs Andrew Sutherland Smith and Kathyrn Stowell) to investigate the structural biology and post-translational modification of ADP-glucokinase. Regular interaction with the Palmerston North/Massey group will be an important part of the project.



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In questo lab ci ho lavorato: Marcellus Ubbink é uno non troppo empatico, ma scientificamente in gamba. Il lab é carino e internazionale.

Ph.D. Student in biochemistry & biophysics (a Leiden in Olanda)


Faculty of Mathematic and Natural Sciences, Leiden Institute of Chemistry (LIC)

The Leiden Institute of Chemistry (LIC) is a part of the Faculty of Mathematic and Natural Sciences. The research within the institute is focused on chemical questions in its widest sense. Within the LIC (Protein Chemistry section) a vacancy will arise for an enthusiastic:

PH.D. STUDENT in biochemistry & biophysics (M/F),
(38 hours a week)
vacancy number: 7-278

The position is aimed at the study the interaction between tyrosine kinases involved in signaling in focal adhesions. The project is focused on the biochemical and structural characterization of the complex of two kinases to elucidate the activation mechanism and understand the role of protein binding domains in the recognition process. The work will comprise protein production and purification (E. coli & Baculovirus), biochemical characterization and structural studies using NMR and X-ray diffraction techniques.

Tasks:

* Protein production, purification and characterization
* NMR spectroscopy
* Data analysis and protein docking

Requirements:

* A degree in biochemistry or biophysics
* Experience with NMR and/or proteins is an advantage

Appointment:
We offer you an appointment for a period of one year with a prolongation up to four years. The appointment must lead to the completion of a PhD thesis. The gross monthly salary is € 1956,- in the first year and increases progressively each year to € 2502,- in the fourth year in accordance to the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities (CAO Nederlandse Universiteiten).

Information:
For background on the research visit: http://protchem.lic.gorlaeus.net/ubbink or contact

Dr. Marcellus Ubbink, E-mail: m.ubbink@chem.leidenuniv.nl.

Applications:

Qualified applicants are invited to submit applications that include a letter of interest, and a curriculum vitae, within 2 weeks after date of issuing the advertisement to:
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, LIC Protein Chemistry,
Nathalie Pellenkoft,
Postbus 9502
2300 RA LEIDEN
Email: pellenkoftng@chem.leidenuniv.nl

publicatiedatum: 19-11-2007
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PhD Leiden (Olanda) in farmacologia

Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Division of Pharmacology, Leiden/Amsterdam Center for Drug Research

PHD STUDENT (fulltime)
vacancynumber: 7-277

Job description

TOP Institute Pharma (TI Pharma) has granted our proposal to set up a mechanism-based PK-PD modelllng platform. This platform focuses on the transfer of knowledge from academia to the pharmaceutical industry and is a collaborative effort of four academic partners and six industrial partners. Unique to this platform is the availability of shared databases on disease and drug related parameters.

The aim of the platform is to provide a scientific basis for rational drug discovery and development with a strong focus on priority medicines. Challenges are 1) to develop mechanism-based PKPD models to characterise disease progression and to predict the effects of ageing on clinical response and 2) to create a translational research framework that allows extrapolation of preclinical to clinical and epidemiological findings. Existing (pre-) clinical data will be analysed with advanced data analysis software tools such as NONMEM and R.

The disease progression working group will consist of two PhD students and two post-doctoral research fellows. At present, we are looking for a highly motivated PhD student to investigate disease models in COPD. This appointment will be for 4 years.

Requirements

The PhD student should have the following background and competencies:

* Master degree preferably in Biostatistics, Bioengineering, Mathematics, or Theoretical Biology
* Preferably a working knowledge of hierarchical models and the biomedical sciences
* Profound interest in Modelling and Simulation methodology
* Ambitious
* Creative
* Interested to perform research in a unique multidisciplinary setting

Organisation

The Leiden Division of Pharmacology at the Leiden/Amsterdam Center for Drug Research (LACDR) has a long-standing expertise in the development of Pharmacokinetic/Pharmacodynamic (PKPD) models to predict efficacy and safety of drugs. Given the nature of disease, the COPD project is a challenging subject which requires understanding of statistical methodology (principal component analysis, multivariate analysis, longitudinal and hierarchical models). Knowledge of Bayesian concepts is highly desirable.

Conditions of employment

The employment for this position will be full time for 4 years.

Additional conditions of employment:

You will work as a team member of a TI Pharma project. The project team comprises academic and industrial partners. In this case, the partners are: universities of Leiden and Groningen, the University Medical Center of Utrecht, the Erasmus Medical Center and the companies Eli Lilly, Johnson & Johnson, GSK, Nycomed, Organon and Pfizer. You will attend a unique drug discovery education and training program offered by TI Pharma.

Additional Information

Additional information can be obtained through one of the following links: http://www.lacdr.nl

Application
You can apply by sending your application to:

Contact person

Dr. O. Della Pasqua, Division of Pharmacology, Leiden/Amsterdam Center for Drug Research
Leiden, The Netherlands
odp72514@gsk.com , +44 7876031907

publicatiedatum: 12-11-2007
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Post-doc Leiden in Drug research

POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW (fulltime)
Vacancynumber: 7-275

Job description

TOP Institute Pharma (TI Pharma) has granted our proposal to set up a mechanism-based PK-PD modelllng platform. This platform focuses on the transfer of knowledge from academia to the pharmaceutical industry and is a collaborative effort of four academic partners and six industrial partners. Unique to this platform is the availability of shared databases on disease and drug related parameters.

The aim of the platform is to provide a scientific basis for rational drug discovery and development with a strong focus on priority medicines. Challenges are 1) to develop mechanism-based PKPD models to characterise disease progression and to predict the effects of ageing on clinical response and 2) to create a translational research framework that allows extrapolation of preclinical to clinical and epidemiological findings. Existing (pre-) clinical data will be analysed with advanced data analysis software tools such as NONMEM and R.

The translational research working group will focus on cardiovascular safety and schizophrenia. At present, we are looking for a highly motivated post-doctoral research fellow to evaluate the “operational” efficacy of drugs that have been identified to produce QTc-interval prolongation in early clinical development. This appointment will be for 4 years.


Requirements

The post-doctoral fellow should have the following background and competencies:

* A strong background in modelling & simulation and/or Bayesian statistics
* A degree in Biostatistics, Medicine, Bioengineering, Biopharmaceutical Sciences, Physiology or equivalent scientific training
* Conceptual thinker
* Problem-solving and coaching skills are essential
* Ambitious
* Creative
* Interested to perform research in a unique multidisciplinary setting

Organization

The Leiden Division of Pharmacology at the Leiden/Amsterdam Center for Drug Research (LACDR) has a long-standing expertise in the development of Pharmacokinetic/Pharmacodynamic (PK-PD) models to predict efficacy and safety of drugs. Given the nature of this project, the main task of the post-doctoral fellow will be to coach the PhD students, support model building and simulation. Furthermore, he /she will be responsible for the development of an overarching approach to link findings in early and late clinical development.

Conditions of employment

The employment for this position will be full time for 4 years.

Additional conditions of employment:

You will work as a team member of a TI Pharma project. The project team comprises academic and industrial partners. In this case, the partners are: universities of Leiden and Groningen, the University Medical Center of Utrecht, the Erasmus Medical Center and the companies Eli Lilly, Johnson & Johnson, GSK, Nycomed, Organon and Pfizer. You will attend a unique drug discovery education and training program offered by TI Pharma.

Additional Information

Additional information can be obtained through one of the following links: http://www.lacdr.nl

Application
You can apply by sending your application to:

Contact person
Dr. O. Della Pasqua, Division of Pharmacology, Leiden/Amsterdam Center for Drug Research,
Leiden, The Netherlands
Odp72514@gsk.com +44 7876031907


This vacancy is interesting for the following themes/disciplines (multiple options possible):

Themes

T1 (Auto-)Immune diseases
T2 Cardiovascular diseases
T3 Cancer
T4 Infections/Vaccines
T5 Brain diseases
T6 Special research platform: Drug Discovery, Development and Utilization

Discipline:

D1 Therapeutic Target Finding, Validation and Animal Models

D2 Lead Selection and In-Silico and PK/PD Modeling

D3 Predictive Drug Disposition and Toxicology

D4 Biomarkers and Biosensors

D5 Drug Formulation, Delivery and Targeting

D6 Pharmaceutical Production Technologies




publicatiedatum: 12-11-2007
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post-doc fisiologia dell'adattamento - immunologia (Olanda)


*General information about the job*

Job title: Post doc Adaptation Physiology (M/V)
Job number: AT DIE 2007-023
Location: Wageningen, postalcode 6709 PG , the Netherlands
Hours per week: 38
Organisation: Wageningen University, Department of Animal Sciences

*Job description:*
Description: Animals are born with an immature immune system. Maturation of the immune system depends on various factors such as the genetic background of the mother, maternal immune components, pre and postnatal nutrient supply and stimulation by pathogen associated molecular patterns (PAMP’s) in early life. To investigate the effects of pre and postnatal conditions on immune maturation, both on intestinal and systemic level, chicks will be used as a model. The project will focus on effects of (environmental) factors (mother’s age, incubation conditions, pre and postnatal nutrient supply), on maturation of the immune system and physiological processes in later life.

*Requirements:*
Further demands: We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate with a PhD degree in Animal Science, Biology or Veterinary Sciences or related scientific discipline. The candidate should have a multidisciplinary interest in physiology, with focus on immunology, which is demonstrated in scientific papers. In addition, knowledge of embryology and nutrition is recommended. Experience with molecular- and/ or immunological laboratory techniques is desired. The candidate should have affinity in working with animals. Experience with animal experiments (article 9 certificate) and handling of poultry is desirable. The candidate should enjoy working both independently and as part of a team, and have good organizational and communication skills (spoken and written English).
Field(s) of activity:

*Conditions of employment:*
Employment basis: Temporary for specified period , for at the most 38 hour(s) per week , for a period of 1 year
Maximum salary amount in Euro's a month based on a full working week: 4190
Additional conditions of employment:
We offer you a full-time position for a period of one year with a possibility of extension for another 1 year. Gross salary per month depends on age and experience.

*Additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from: dr. H. van den Brand
Telephone number: +31 317 485420
E-mail address: henry.vandenbrand@wur.nl
dr. A. Lammers
Telephone number: +31 317 483197
E-mail address: aart.lammers@wur.nl

Or additional information can be obtained through one of the following links. for more information (http://www.jobsat.wur.nl)


*Application:*
You can apply for this job by sending your application before 03/12/2007 to: Wageningen University, Department of Animal Sciences
S.P. van Ee
Postbus 338 6700 AH, Wageningen
E-mail: sandra.vanee@wur.nl


When applying for this job always mention the vacancy number AT: AT DIE 2007-023.
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Post doc Proteomics - Utrecht, Olanda


Post-doc Proteomics (0,6- 1,0 fte)
(Utrecht), 38 hours per week
Utrecht University




Job description
A motivated scientist, who will operate from within the Netherlands Proteomics Centre, for applying cutting-edge proteomics methods to solve research questions arising from innovative research within the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. He or she will conduct scientific experiments as a participant in various research projects and will give technical advice to research groups of the FVM. In addition, he or she will play a proactive role in advising and supervising scientists of our faculty in all possible, theoretical and applied, aspects of proteomics research.

Requirements
University Graduate
We are searching for a motivated post-doctoral scientist:
•with a PhD degree and excellent research abilities;
•with hands-on experience in relevant proteomics techniques (biochemical sample preparation, protein mass spectroscopy, separation techniques, and bioinformatics);
•with excellent communicative skills;
•who is able to operate in an independent and structured way.



Organization
Utrecht University
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Research at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine (FVM; www.vet.uu.nl) of Utrecht University ranks amongst the top 5 in its field world-wide. Research at the FVM is closely associated with research in human medicine and in biomedical and life sciences in the Academic Biomedical Centre (ABC; www.abc.uu.nl). The research programmes of the FVM, which are coordinated by the Institute of Veterinary Research (IVR), are embedded in the main research focus areas of Utrecht University (www.uu.nl/research). The ABC plays an important role in establishing and maintaining interfacultary research facilities. One of these unique facilities at Utrecht University is the Netherlands Proteomics Centre (www.netherlandsproteomicscentre.nl), a national expertise platform which is directed by Prof Dr Albert Heck.

For conceptual and technical proteomics support for the research programmes of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, the IVR is in search of a:

Post-doc Proteomics (0,6- 1,0 fte)

Conditions of employment
Estimated maximum salary per month: eur 4000 - 4500
Salaryscale 11.
Maximum salary amount in Euro's a month 4075
Employment basis: Temporary for specified period
Duration of the contract: 2 or 3 years
Maximum hours per week: 38

Additional conditions of employment:
We offer a research position for an initial period of 2 years (full-time) or up to 3 years (part-time 0.6 fte).

Your gross salary will amount between € 2,976.- and € 4,075.- per month (full-time appointment in scale 11, of the Collective Labor Agreement of the Dutch Universities), depending on previous qualifications and experience. In addition, there are outstanding secondary benefits such as a minimum of 31 days holiday per year (for a full-time appointment of 38 hr/week), an arrangement for study facilities, and generous contributions to healthcare, childcare etc.

Additional Information
Additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from:

Prof Dr Jos Verheijden (director of the IVR)
Telephone number: +31 30 253 1088
E-mail address: j.h.m.verheijden@uu.nl

Prof Dr Bernd Helms (chair of the user committee proteomics)
Telephone number: + 31 30 253 5375
E-mail address: j.b.helms@uu.nl

Or additional information can be obtained through one of the following links.

* About the organization


Application
You can apply for this job before 15-12-2007 by sending your application to:

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Personnel and Organisation
C.F. Duinker
Yalelaan 1
3508 CL Utrecht
The Netherlands
E-mail address: vacatures1@vet.uu.nl
Please e-mail your application, accompanied by a curriculum vitae and the names and contact info of at least two persons who are able to provide professional reference, under the heading vacancy number 70813 to vacatures1@vet.uu.nl or send your written application by regular mail to Utrecht University, faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Personnel and Organisation, attn. mr. C.F. Duinker.

When applying for this job always mention the vacancy number 70813 E.

The short URL code for this job opening is: 00351-1237.
You can use this as a direct link to the job by adding the code to the URL www.academictransfer.org/
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PhD (Olanda) in veterinaria - riparazione tendini equini - scadenza 15/12/07 - non so se può interessare...


PhD-researcher in Tendon Research (1,0 fte)
(Utrecht), 38 hours per week
Utrecht University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine




Job description
The candidate will operate within a collaborative research project of the department of Equine Sciences of the Veterinary Faculty, research programme Tissue Repair, and of the department of Orthopaedics of the Erasmus MC, University Medical Center (Rotterdam). While stationed at the Veterinary Faculty, the candidate will frequently work in the lab in Rotterdam and in fact be part of both research groups.

The project:
Tendon lesions are a major clinical challenge worldwide in the equine industry and are increasingly recognised as important disorders in human medicine as well, often causing considerable disability by limiting employment, sport participation, and activities of daily living. Much research on tendon injury has been performed in horses, which was facilitated by the easy access to tissue from both sound and diseased horses and easy applicability of standardised (treadmill) exercise regimens in the equine species. Therefore, the horse is an excellent model for human tendon research, apart from being a target animal in itself.

In vitro experiments using cultures of equine or human tenocytes have been performed, but are of limited use as a model to study tendon repair because of the completely different biomechanical environment. The uni-axial tensile loading of tendons in their natural environment is a hallmark of tendon function that cannot be left unconsidered when studying tendon healing. The main objective of this PhD track is the development and validation of an ex vivo model for (equine) tendinosis that will allow the study of tendon repair and the possible influences thereon in a setting that closely resembles the physiological in vivo situation, thus enabling study of the reaction pattern of sound tendon (in terms of gene expression patterns and/or at the protein level) to physiological and supraphysiological tensile loads, and the assessment of the effects of proposed therapies on artificial and natural tendon lesions.

Requirements
University Graduate
The chosen candidate will have a medical, biomedical, biological or veterinary background. He or she has an evident interest in scientific research and preferably some experience in the area of tissue repair. Experience with horses is not a prerequisite, but may be an advantage. The candidate must be a dedicated 'team player' and be prepared to form part of and act as a liaison between two research groups.



Organization
Utrecht University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Utrecht University’s faculty of Veterinary Medicine is the only Veterinary School in the Netherlands, and is a part of a larger ‘Academic Biomedical Cluster’, over which more information is available at: www.abc.uu.nl. The faculty of Veterinary Medicine is among Europe’s leaders in veterinary education, research and patient care as witnessed by its accreditation by both the American and Canadian Veterinary Medical Associations.

The faculty employs approximately 1.000 veterinarians, scientists and support staff and, to facilitate the attainment of ‘critical mass’, its research functions are co-ordinated centrally by the Institute of Veterinary Sciences and the Graduate School of Life Sciences. Further information over the faculty is available at the website www.vet.uu.nl, while general information over Utrecht University can be found at www.uu.nl.

A position will be available at the department of Equine Sciences for a:


PhD-researcher in Tendon Research

Conditions of employment
Estimated maximum salary per month: eur 2500 - 3000

Maximum salary amount in Euro's a month 2502
Employment basis: Temporary for specified period
Duration of the contract: 1 year
Maximum hours per week: 38

Additional conditions of employment:
We offer a temporary full time appointment of one year with the perspective of prolongation with another 3 years. Your salary will be between € 1,956.- gross per month on a fulltime basis in the first year and will rise up to € 2,502.- in the last year (scale “P” Collective Employment Agreement of the Dutch Universities). The PhD track will include a number of courses that can be tailored to the needs of the candidate. Some teaching duties may apply, but will not be more than 10% of overall time. In addition, Utrecht University offers outstanding secondary benefits (including pension, healthcare, child care etc.)

Additional Information
Additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from:

Prof Dr P.R. van Weeren
Telephone number: +31 (0)30 253 1062
E-mail address: r.vanweeren@uu.nl

Dr J.T.M. van Schie
Telephone number: +31 (0)6 53467551
E-mail address: j.vanschie@uu.nl

Or additional information can be obtained through one of the following links.

Informal inquiries should be directed to one of the following contacts:

Dr G.J.V.M. van Osch, phone +31 (0)10 7043661, e-mail: g.vanosch@erasmusmc.nl).

Application
You can apply for this job before 15-12-2007 by sending your application to:

Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
the Personnel Department
T. Bloemers
P.O. box 80163
3508 TD Utrecht
the Netherlands
E-mail address: vacatures1@vet.uu.nl
Non EU passport holders need not to apply.

When applying for this job always mention the vacancy number 70827.

The short URL code for this job opening is: 00351-1217.
You can use this as a direct link to the job by adding the code to the URL www.academictransfer.org/
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