A 2-year post.doc position in GPCR signaling is opened in the group of Karen L. Martinez within the research area of Nanomedicine.
The group is dedicated to the development of bionanosensors for drug screening and diagnostics. One of the three teams composing the group is investigating GPCR signaling pathways on isolated platforms and in living cells. These studies are done in collaboration with other groups within the Center for Biomembranes and Nanomedicine (http://www.nanomedicine.ku.dk/English).
The successful candidate will have a strong background in molecular pharmacology, molecular biology and protein biochemistry. Good communication skills will be appreciated. He/she will join a team with interdisciplinary background and is expected to complete the expertise of the team for functional studies. The candidate will be involved in several national and international collaborations with academic and industrial partners and acquire know-how in the biophysical techniques used in the Laboratory.
Applications should include a brief overview of the applicant research interests, a curriculum vitae detailing the candidates education and the full list of publications. Moreover, the application should include the coordinates of two reference persons.
Employment will be in accordance with the provisions of the collective agreement between the Danish Government and AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations). To the basic salary, a supplement could be negotiated, dependent on the candidate´s experiences and qualifications.
The Post.doc. will work in Bio-Nanotechnology Laboratory, HCØ Institute, Nørre Alle, Copenhagen
The University welcomes applications from suitably qualified candidates regardless of age, gender, race, religion or ethnic background.
Deadline for application: 31.08.2011
Starting date: position available from 01.11.2011, or earlier.
For further information, please contact:
Associate Professor. Karen L. Martinez,
Dept of Neuroscience and Pharmacology & Nano-Science Center
University of Copenhagen
Please send the application with the above mentioned attachments by mail to:
The closing date for applications is 31.08.2011
Publisher: Faculty of Health Sciences
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