Oficina de Proyectos Europeos e Internacionales de Investigación de la Universidad de Murcia

Oportunidades EURAXESS para Investigadores

Oportunidades para investigadores pre y post doc en proyectos europeos que ofrece EURAXESS

 

A wonderful opportunity for Post-Doc researchers, soon-to-graduate Ph.D. students and Experienced Researchers (>4 years in research) has arisen to work in Ireland as Marie-Curie Research Fellows.

As part of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie cofunded trans-national programme, researchers can develop their careers in the CeADAR Technology Centre (www.ceadar.ie) during the Fellowship (of 36 months) with an included enterprise secondment (of 6-12 months in an Enterprise Ireland client company). You can find further information: http://www.horizon2020.ie/career-fit/. As you may know, this is one of the most reputable fellowships for researchers which includes, among other benefits, a salary of approx. €56000. Currently, 25 fellowship positions are open. 

Our Technology Centre, CeADAR (Center for Applied Data Analytics), welcomes researchers to apply for this scheme and become members of our team. CeADAR is specialized in the areas of data analytics, big data, machine learning, visualization tools,... (see www.ceadar.ie) and blends academic research activities with practical industry collaboration and product design. We are open to candidates with numerical backgrounds, e.g.: Computer Science, All Branches of Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, BioInformatics. etc.

If you are interested in becoming a Marie Curie Research Fellow with CeADAR, we will help you with the process of preparing the application, so contact Dr. Ricardo Simon Carbajo (ricardo.simoncarbajo@ucd.ie) with the subject: "MARIE_CURIE_APRIL_2018" and enclose your CV and any questions you may have as soon as possible. Note that the application deadline is the 30th of April 2018.

"We are looking for a motivated, inquisitive and independent postdoctoral researcher with strong background in biochemistry or biophysics for a long term research project on innovative solutions for early and even predictive diagnostic of age-related diseases at Center of excellence for science and technology integrating Mediterranean region (STIM) – STIM-REI project (research, innovation and education). This strongly application-oriented research position is an integral part of interdisciplinary research activities unifying design and verification of innovative nanosensors and their use for in-vivo detection of protein damage at the Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences (MedILS) in Split, Croatia (http://www.medils.org). This project relates also to the fundamental question whether protein damage underlines aging and age-related diseases. Research will be mentored by prof. Miroslav Radman, one of the world leaders in DNA repair and the biology of aging. This collaborative effort will bring together expertise in theoretical design of nanomaterials (prof. Vlasta Bonačić-Koutecky, STIM-REI, Croatia), synthesis and experimental verification of the nanomaterials (dr. Rodolphe Antoine, dr. Philippe Dugourd, University of Lyon, France) and age and stress related quantification of protein damage (dr. Anita Kriško, prof. Miroslav Radman, MedILS, Croatia). To be the right candidate, you need to have experience working with model systems like yeast and/or cell cultures, have experience in imaging, at least one first-author publication and good communication skills in English. The initial appointment will be for one year with possibility of extension for up to 5 years.

If you meet these criteria and are eager to join us, please send:

- your CV

- a statement of your research interest

- copy of ID

- copy of diploma

- list of publication along with a brief explanation of the contribution of these works in relevant research area

- e-mail addresses of three references

via e-mail medils@medils.hr and miroslav.radman@medils.hr

"The candidates should have a strong background in biochemistry and biophysics and at least one first-author publication. The candidates will be expected to work with model systems like yeast and/or cell cultures, and have experience in imaging. This strongly application-oriented research position is an integral part of interdisciplinary research activities unifying design and verification of innovative nanosensors and their use for in-vivo detection of protein damage at the Mediterranean Institute for Life Sciences (MedILS) in Split, Croatia (http://www.medils.org). Research will be mentored by dr.sc Anita Kriško. This collaborative effort will bring together expertise in theoretical design of nanomaterials (prof. Vlasta Bonačić-Koutecky, STIM-REI, Croatia), synthesis and experimental verification of the nanomaterials (dr. Rodolphe Antoine, dr. Philippe Dugourd, University of Lyon, France) and age and stress related quantification of protein damage (dr. Anita Kriško, prof. Miroslav Radman, MedILS, Croatia). Good communication skills in English are expected. The initial appointment will be for one year with possibility of extension for up to 5 years. More information is available on request.

For more information about Kriško lab, please visit: http://www.medils.org/research/groups/macromolecular-homeostasis-in-aging

If interested please send:

- your CV

- a statement of your research interest

- copy of ID

- copy of diploma

- list of publication along with a brief explanation of the contribution of these works in relevant research area

- e-mail addresses of three references

via e-mail medils@medils.hr and anita.krisko@medils.hr