PhD student

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Institue of Veterinary Anatomy
PhD student
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The Institute of Veterinary Anatomy represents in research and teaching the macroscopic (gross) and microscopic anatomy as well as the embryology of domestic mammals. Currently, there are four research groups at the Institute, which work on research projects related to reproductive biology and endocrinology. The teaching tasks consist of providing basics in anatomy and histology for the veterinary medicine students of the first year course, as well as of deepening the already acquired basic knowledge in the block teaching of specific organ systems in the second and third year course. Furthermore, the Institute of Veterinary Anatomy participates in the clinical teaching for the fourth year course.
Your responsibilities
A doctoral position is available in the field of comparative reproductive endocrinology of domestic animals, focusing on canine reproduction. This role includes working on research projects, writing a dissertation and participating in anatomical dissection courses for veterinary medicine students.
Your profile
Highly motivated graduate students with veterinary medicine degree and interested in reproductive endocrinology are welcomed to apply for this position.
What we offer
We offer varied and interesting work in an inspiring and socially relevant environment.
Diversity and inclusion are important to us. The candidate will have the opportunity to perform doctoral work, including training in molecular- and cell-biology methods, while integrated in a dedicated international team.
Place of work
Veterinär-anatomisches Institut, Winterthurerstrasse, Zürich, Switzerland
Start of employment
Beginning June 2023 or by arrangement. Please send an email including your application, CV and a short description of your research interests, combined into one PDF file, until March 19th 2023.
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