Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Neuroscience & Pharmacology,
University of Copenhagen
A post-doctoral position is available for highly motivated candidates to join a newly formed research group interested in investigating the structural, mechanistic and functional properties of G protein coupled receptors. The position is funded for one year (with the possibility of renewal for additional two years based on performance) and is available at a young, dynamic and international research environment located at the Department of Neuroscience and Pharmacology, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Highly motivated and competent candidates who have shown their superior commitment to science by a prior experimental thesis in biochemistry, molecular biology, structural biology or a closely related field are encouraged to apply.
The candidate should have significant hands-on experience in molecular cloning, protein production and purification. Expertise in X-ray protein crystallography and molecular pharmacology would be a plus but is not a requirement.
In addition the candidate should have a strong publication record in quality peer-reviewed journals, demonstrated creative thinking, be able to work independently and have the ability to work collaboratively in a laboratory environment.
The position is available for immediate commence and is covered by the terms of the collective agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations. As an equal opportunity employer, the university invites applications from all interested candidates regardless of gender, age, ethnic origin or religion.
For additional information contact Søren G.F. Rasmussen, tel. (+45) 2339 7812, e-mail: email@example.com
Interested applicants should send an application containing curriculum vitae, a summary of past research experience and accomplishments, and names/contact information of two to three references to:
You apply here: http://employment.ku.dk/
The deadline for applications is July 24th 2012
The Faculty of Health Sciences comprises 12 institutes and 9 study committees. The Faculty employs c. 1,870 people, including 920 teachers and scientists and 950 technical/administrative employees. The Faculty has c. 4,370 students, including c. 900 Ph.D. students.
Publisher: Faculty of Health Sciences
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