Nato Science Fellowships
jprice at sfu.ca
Wed Oct 2 10:09:39 EST 1996
This message is for individuals with recent Ph.D.s from Eastern Europe and
countries of the former USSR, who would like to apply for a fellowship to
do postdoctoral research in CANADA.
>A limited number of NATO Science Fellowships are available to recent
>doctoral graduates who are citizens of one of the following countries:
>Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia,
>Georgia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova,
>Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Tajikistan, the former Yugoslav
>Republic of Mecedonia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
>These fellowships are aimed at encouraging international exchanges of
>postdoctoral fellows in the natural sciences and engineering and are:
>- valued at $29,000 per year, plus travel expenses for fellows (and their
>spouse and dependent children, if applicable);
>- awarded for two years subject to satisfactory progress and availability of
>- tenable at a Canadian university.
>1. Candidates must have received a doctoral degree from a non-Canadian
>university in a field of research supported by NSERC and must not be
>permanent residents or citizens of Canada.
>2. Obtained their doctorate after December 31, 1994 or before January 15,
>1998, with the exception of candidates who have left the workforce and
>active research for maternity and child-rearing purposes (These candidates
>may >have obtained their doctorate before January 1, 1995 and after
>December 31, >1990).
>3. Candidates do not apply directly to NSERC. They must be nominated by
>the proposed supervisor who must be an NSERC grantee, and the host
>university. Interested candidates should contact the university of their
>choice to ensure they meet any university deadlines for submission of
>4. To apply, the candidate must submit Form 200 and Form 201(which are used
>for the regular postdoctoral fellowships program), along with a copy of the
>Ph.D. diploma, to the proposed supervisor.
>5. Deadline for receipt of the completed application and supporting
>documents at the host Universities will vary, but will probably be no
>later >than November 1, 1996. Nominations will be selected at the host
>institution and >forwarded to NSERC by their November 15th deadline.
>There are no application >quotas.
Interested applicants should contact one of the following potential sponsors:
William G. Bendena, Dept.of Biology, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario
Canada K7L 3N6 E-mail : bendenaw at biology.queensu.ca
Phone (613) 545-6121 Fax (613) 545-6617
Ross Hodgetts, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Alberta,
Edmonton AB T6G 2E9 E-mail: rhodgett at gpu.srv.ualberta.ca
Interests: Hormonally induced gene cascades in Drosophila, hormonal control
of alpha 2u globulin expression in rats.
J. Roger Jacobs: McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario <jacobsr at mcmaster.ca>
Biology of CNS glia and ECM assembly in Drosophila development. Visit:
Ellen Larsen, University of Toronto, Toronto, On, email:
ellenw at zoo.utoronto.ca, area of research: Genes in morphogenesis and
evolution. See also web site: http:www.zoo.utoronto.ca
David Nash: University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta <dnash at ualberta.ca>
area of research: The genetics of purine biosynthesis in Drosophila.
Dr. J. P. Phillips, Professor Dept. of Molecular Biology and Genetics
University of Guelph Guelph, ON N1G 2W1 CANADA; TEL 519-824-4120 exts
2796/6511; FAX 519-837-2075; EMAIL jphillip at uoguelph.ca.
Research Interests: Genetic analysis of reactive oxygen metabolism in
aging and disease; mutant and transgenic models of FALS (familial
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) in Drosophila and Type 1 diabetes in
James V. Price: IMBB, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
area of research: Signal Transduction in Drosophila Development.
e:mail: <jprice at sfu.ca>
web site: http://darwin.mbb.sfu.ca/imbb/faculty/price/price.html
Rama S. Singh: McMaster University, Hamilton,Ontario,<Singh at McMaster.CA>
Area of Interest: Molecular Population Genetics and Evolution in Drosophila.
Dr. Marla B. Sokolowski,Biology Department, York University
e-mail: <mbsoko at YorkU.CA>
Area of interest: Behavioral Genetics
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