[Computational-biology] Post Doctoral Position in RUC.DK

Prash via comp-bio%40net.bio.net (by prash from ruc.dk)
Mon May 21 06:20:47 EST 2007

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Roskilde University invites applications for a postdoctoral position for a
period of one year at Department of Science, Systems and Models.

The postdoctoral scientist will purify and characterize cell growth regulatory
proteins from insects and other non-vertebrates, characterize their biological
functions and targets, and evaluate their biotechnological potential.

The applicants must have completed their Ph.D and have experience in

molecular biology, RNAi techniques, heterogeneous protein expression, and
protein purification and functional characterization.

The application must be in English or Danish and include:
• A curriculum vitae
• A complete bibliography with indication of the publications the applicant
considers particularly relevant.
• Documentation for other relevant qualifications.

For further information, contact Professor Birgitte Munch-Petersen (bmp from ruc.dk;
+45 4674 2418).  Information on the Department of Science, Systems and Models
can be obtained at http://ruc.dk/nsm_en/.

Roskilde University welcomes applications from candidates of any social and
ethnic backgrounds irrespective of gender, age, religion or any other
irrelevant criteria.

Salary and employment conditions will be in accordance with the collective
agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and the Danish Confederation
of Professional Associations.

Please send your application marked 64.10/04 together with appendices in
triplicate to Rector at:

Roskilde University
Personnel Department, building 04.2
P.O. Box 260
DK-4000 Roskilde

Closing date: Friday 22 June 2007 at 12 noon.

Material received after this time will not be taken into account.
Application sent by e-mail will not be considered.

Excerpts from http://www.ruc.dk/ruc_en/about/Positions/postdocposition/

All the best,

Prashanth Suravajhala
PhD Fellow

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