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6629| University of Luxembourg, The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance| 1 Full Professor in Supply Chain Management and Logistics at the Luxembourg Centre for Supply Chain Management and Logistics (LCL) (in collaboration with the MIT)| The University of Luxembourg is a multilingual, international research University.

The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance of the University of Luxembourg has an opening for
1 Full Professor in Supply Chain Management and Logistics at the Luxembourg Centre for Supply Chain Management and Logistics (LCL) (in collaboration with the MIT) (M/F)
Ref: R-STR-8043-00-A.
Role
• The candidate is expected to take a key role in establishing the newly formed Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL). The LCL is a joint initiative of the University of Luxembourg and the MIT Global SCALE Network. The LCL will be part of the Faculty of Law, Economics, and Finance at the University of Luxembourg. The candidate will join senior faculty to build up the Centre to become a world leader in education and research in Supply Chain Management, freight transportation, global trade, and logistics;
• The candidate is expected to lead major research activities (seminars, conferences, workshops) of the LCL and of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance;
• The candidate is expected to develop and deliver graduate (masters and doctoral) level classes as well as executive courses in supply chain management, logistics, and/or related fields;
• The candidate is expected to foster and lead interdisciplinary research, in particular with the research units of law, CREA, and the LSF.

Profile
• PhD in Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Operations Management, Business Economics, Engineering, or related field, completed at least three years ago;
• Faculty member at a leading university for a significant time;
• Significant record of published and forthcoming articles in relevant refereed journals;
• Extensive network and experience in industry collaboration and proven track record in obtaining research grants from both the public and private sector (well linked to the industry);
• Excellent experience and ability to conduct leading international research projects;
• High teaching skills at graduate, PhD, and executive levels;
• Linguistic skills needed to evolve in a multilingual environment. Fluency in English is required, good knowledge of either French or German is a plus;
• Ability and willingness to work in a team and collaborate across disciplines.


Further Information
Applications should contain following the documents:

• An application form (available by sending an email to fdef-recrutement@uni.lu)
• A detailed curriculum vitae with a list of publications, courses taught, research grants, industry collaborations and management positions within any university;
• A motivation letter including a statement highlighting scientific, educational, and other activities of particular significance for this position;
• Teaching evaluations;
• If available, a list of three references with their names, addresses and current position. Please indicate their relationship to you
• Any additional material highlighting significant publications, success in obtaining research funding, industry contacts and collaborations, experience in management positions within a university, as well as other relevant qualifications and achievements are appreciated.

Contact
For questions please contact:

Professor Dr. Stefan Braum
Dean of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance
UNIVERSITY OF LUXEMBOURG
e-mail: fdef-recrutement@uni.lu

All applications should be sent by e-mail (highly encouraged) or post before 15/05/2016 to the following addresses:

Professor Stefan Braum
Dean of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance
University of Luxembourg
4, rue Alphonse Weicker
L-2721 Luxembourg
E-mail : fdef-recrutement@uni.lu

Link: http://emea3.mrted.ly/10xwd

All applications will be handled in strictest confidence.

The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.
1036591| Intel - Germany| LTE Physical Layer System Engineer f/m - 797759| Job Description LTE Physical Layer System Engineer f/m - 797759 Description Join Intel and engineer the future. Intel is in the midst of an exciting transformation, with a vision to create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on Earth. So join us and help us create the next generation of technologies that will shape the future for decades to come. Position description Intel Modem R&D group is looking for a system engineer with expertise in LTE PHY signal processing for a variety of exciting project areas. The research and development projects deal with cutting edge technologies and products for different Intel current and future Modem platforms. In this Position you are responsible for -Analysis of 3GPP LTE/LTE A physical layer requirements, -Development of Uplink physical layer algorithms and architecture for advanced mobile receiver -Feature Concept specification, interface and architecture specification -Interfacing with RF team -Interfacing with 3GPP standards representatives, operators and customers -Guidance to HW and FW R&D teams on need basis. -Support debugging Physical layer performance issues observed in the field. Qualifications Must haves -You should possess a Bachelor's/ Master's degree or PhD in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering. -Very good understanding of modem architecture and LTE PHY layer signal processing, in particular transmitter architecture and signal processing. - Understanding of 3GPP LTE Standard -Good understanding in communication theory and digital signal processing -Good understanding of embedded signal processing system architectures - Experience with programming skills in C and Matlab -Excellent communication skills and willingness to work in collaborative team environment -Fluent in both spoken and written English Nice to haves -Ability to multitask -Strong written and verbal communication skills -Ability to work in a dynamic, multi site team oriented environment -Address topics proactively -Never give up attitude, constantly delivering results What we offer you * We give you opportunities to transform technology and create a better future, by delivering products that touch the lives of every person on earth. * As a global leader in innovation and new technology, we foster a collaborative, supportive, and boredom free environment where the brightest minds in the world come together to achieve exceptional results. * We offer a competitive salary and financial benefits such as bonuses, life and disability insurance, opportunities to buy Intel stock at a discounted rate, and Intel stock awards (eligibility at the discretion of Intel Corporation). * We provide benefits that promote a healthy, enjoyable life: excellent medical plans, wellness programs and amenities, flexible work hours, time off, recreational activities, discounts on various products and services, and many more creative perks that make Intel a Great Place to Work! Job Category: Engineering Primary Location: Germany Germany, Munich Full/Part Time: Full Time Job Type: College Graduate Regular/Temporary: Regular Posting Date: Apr 15, 2016 Apply Before: Ongoing Business Group The Platform Engineering Group (PEG) is responsible for the design, development, and production of system on-a chip (SoC) products that go into Intel's next generation client and mobile platforms. PEG strives to lead the industry moving forward through product innovation and world class engineering. Posting Statement: N/A
6625| University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine| Postdoctoral Fellow| The Wilkinson laboratory is seeking outstanding candidates to fill 2 recently funded positions on the topic of epigenetics. The projects revolve around the topic of trans-generational inheritance of DNA methylation marks induced by environmental stress. Expertise in either epigenetics or bioinformatics (not necessarily both) is required. Other recently funded positions are also available on the topics of stem cells and RNA biology (the NMD pathway). All projects build on the long-track record of the Wilkinson laboratory (recent papers include: Shum et al. Cell [2016]; Cook-Andersen & Wilkinson Nature [2015]; Karam et al. EMBO Rep [2015]; Lou et al. Cell Reports [2014]; Liu et al. Nature Medicine [2014]; Maeder et al. Nature Biotech [2013]; Ramaiah et al. Molecular Cell [2012]; Bruno et al. Molecular Cell [2011]; Huang et al. Molecular Cell [2011]).
Laboratory Website: http://repro.ucsd.edu/Wilkinson/default.aspx
6637| Institute of Statistical Research, Analysis and Documentation| Scientific Collaborator| The Institute of Statistical Research, Analysis and Documentation (ISRAD, http://www.aueb.gr/statistical-institute/index.html) is a University Research Institute affiliated with the Department of Statistics of the Athens University of Economics and Business (Greece).

ISRAD is interested in collaborating with external scientific partners/collaborators in a variety of capacities in the following areas:

• Monitoring and identifying funding programs in Greece and abroad related to the research objectives of the Institute (http://www.aueb.gr/statistical-institute/istaer-general_en.htm), in which ISRAD will participate as the coordinating organization. Examples include the National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF) program 2014-2020 (Greece), the European Research Council (ERC) grants, the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions, the High Performance Computing (HPP-PPP) projects, the e-infrastructures program as well as the bilateral/transnational partnerships of Greece with other european or non-european countries.

• Preparation and submission of research proposals in order to attract funds under the aforementioned programs as well as administrative monitoring of the proposals on behalf of ISRAD to the point of the final approval by the respective funding agencies.

The possible forms of collaboration include (but are not limited to) the following:

a) The Institute can serve as the host Institution or research partner for researchers who want to submit a proposal for a topic related to its activities. In such a case the researcher will be the Principle Investigator of the project and will be fully responsible for it.

b) The collaborator can serve as a grant coordinator and/or grant manager. In case of direct scientific involvement and contribution the researcher will be part of the scientific group (with a suitable remuneration).
For candidates with appropriate qualifications, the possibility of cooperating with ISRAD as an Associate Researcher will be considered.

The specific terms of collaboration will be set out in the collaboration agreement between ISRAD and the researchers.

The selection of collaborators will be based on the content of their application and further to an interview that will take place. Qualifications that will be carefully considered:

a) Degrees attained and past experience: at least a Master’s degree is required, though priority will be given to candidates with a Ph.D. and/or postdoctoral experience.

b) Previous experience in writing/compiling research proposals for programs in Greece and abroad.

c) Excellent level of English (oral and written).

The remuneration of the selected collaborators will be externally funded, coveredthrough the grants obtained, as mentioned above, as defined in the approved grant.

Candidates are invited to complete this electronic application: http://goo.gl/forms/snaflhjfI4. Any requests for additional information can be directed to stat-inst@aueb.gr, where can be also sent any attached file to support the above application.
1036635| Michael Bailey Associates - Zurich| Scientific Communications Manager|

For our Pharmaceutical client in Zug, we are urgently seeking a Scientific Communications Manager

Start Date: 29th May 2015

End Date: 28th May 2017

Location: Zug

Language: English

Our client is seeking a Scientific Communications Manager to support our Scientific Communications Team to deliver Medical communication tools and programs

Role Purpose:

Delivery Medical Communication tools

Provide ad-hoc Medical Communications support to international HQ teams

Contribute to development of regional Medical Communication plans

Your Role:

Development and deliver Medical Communication materials to internal and external usage

Partner with commercial in the development of such materials

Partner with Medical to developer educational materials

Support the development and delivery of region-wide event

Support advisory board with supporting materials

Contribute to CI collection, reporting and congress

Contribute to daily debrief session at congress

Develop and deliver internal congress materials

Review promotional and non-promotional material as per SOP

Ad-hob support for affiliates in Medical Communication programs

Ensure timely dissemination of tools to affiliates

Delivery and support in training delivery

Maintain working relationships and alignment with US and affiliate counterparts

Support Medical Communication vendor management

Maintain and expand knowledge and expertise in relevant areas

Support the development of best practises

Plan activities and align with time and brand plan

Your Experience:

PhD in Life Science, Pharm D, MD or MSc with substantial biomedical background

3+ years in Pharma/Biotech industry

Experience working in multiple areas, including medical affairs/medical marketing, with international exposure

Experience in interpretation of medical trials

Experience in the generation of science-based materials

Working in a cross-functional team

Analytical and oral/written communication skills

Organisational and planning skills

Computer skills- databases searches and internet

Flexible and independent worker

Plus Skills:

Basic knowledge of clinical trial conduct and regulatory issues

Cardiology knowledge

Michael Bailey International is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

6658| Trinity College Dublin, Trinity Cenrtre for Bioengineering| Researcher Fellow in Data Analysis, Probabilistic Modelling, Machine Learning and Prediction of Bioacoustic Data| Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease are two common types of chronic respiratory disease, characterized by airways obstruction. Prevalence of these two respiratory diseases has risen sharply over recent decades, creating a large economic burden due to treatment costs. Obstructive airway diseases are primarily treated by delivering medication to the airways using inhalational devices. Medication efficacy is significantly dependent on the amount of drug reaching the small airways of the lungs. The medication in the inhalers is delivered to the respiratory tract via an inhalational maneuver. The clinical effect of inhaled therapy depends on the lung dose, its particle size distribution, the patient’s inspiratory flow rate, inhaled volume and degree of airways obstruction. Some of our recent publications and those of other groups has highlighted that errors in patients’ inhaler technique may be as detrimental as the lack of temporal adherence.

The two main types of inhalers used are metered dose inhalers (MDIs) and dry powder inhalers (DPIs). DPIs are considered advantageous over MDIs since they avoid the use of propellants, and are instead actuated during the inhalation. The elimination of propellants allows patient coordination issues to be overcome. However, a disadvantage of DPIs is that the particle size distribution of the aerosol generated depends on the inspiratory flow rate through the device. This flow rate can vary depending on the resistance of the DPI being used and on a patient’s inspiratory effort and inspiratory capacity (IC). The inspiratory flow rate influences the efficiency of removing particles of the drug formulation from the inhaler and it also affects the efficiency of deaggregation of the particles and the fine particle dose that gets into the respiratory tract. This correlates to an absolute peak inspiratory flow rate (PIFR) above 30 L.min−1 and ideally above 60 L.min−1.

Previous studies have demonstrated that the primary cause of poor clinical outcomes in inhaler therapy is due to the inability of patients to generate sufficiently high PIFRs through their DPI. Currently, the only methods available to clinicians for assessing inhaler technique are subjective checklist methods. Subjective checklist methods give no indication of a patient’s inhalation technique such as whether the patient had sufficient inhalational flow effort or IC to achieve adequate drug delivery. There is a definite need for objective systems, which provide real-time feedback on user inhalational technique and effort thus providing an objective measure of medicinal adherence.

Our group has developed the INCA device as a method to assess adherence in inhaler use through analysis of acoustic recordings of inhaler events. (http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0098701). This device has allowed investigation into the relationship that exists between inhaler inhalation sounds and airflow. The data obtained from a large ongoing clinical trial is highly dimensional, multimodal and temporally dense.

The Neural Engineering Group within the Trinity Centre for Bioengineering at Trinity College Dublin invites applications for a Post-Doctoral Researcher to develop analysis methods to detect inhaler acoustics and to investigate the relationship between temporal and spectral features of the acoustic recordings and user characteristics (inspiratory & exhalation flow rates, volume measurements, etc.). It is hypothesized that features obtained from the acoustic recordings estimate indices of respiratory function, such as PIFR and IC, and that from analysis of inhaler acoustics one can provide objective measurement on patient inhaler use and their respiratory health.

The post requires expertise in acoustic data analysis, machine learning and data prediction.

It offers the opportunity to join a dynamic, translational biomedical engineering-clinical team. This position will be in collaboration with the Royal College Surgeons in Ireland and funded by the Health Research Board and Enterprise Ireland and will be initially for 12month period with the possibility to extend for a further 12months.

The candidate will also be required to:
• Play a leading role in the development of novel theoretical ideas for data analysis of bioacoustic clinical data, probabilistic modelling, machine learning and data prediction
• Participate in the specification, design and validation of new and improved linear and non-linear signal processing methods for data analysis of bioacoustic data.
• Operate independently with weekly or biweekly meetings with faculty mentors.
• Write articles for journal publication, research and development grants on innovative methods and approaches for bioacoustic analysis.
• Work with clinicians to develop and evaluate new and improved processing systems.
• Prepare progress and technical reports on the research project.
• Represent the Neural Engineering Group in outside discussions (technical and scientific fora) including collaborations with faculty, researchers and clinicians.
• Work closely with internal Trinity Centre for Bioengineering research staff to develop and validate complete acoustic signal processing systems
• Act as a technical resource for research staff involved in the development of statistical analysis and assist in the technical investigation of biomedical signal processing data.

Primary Function: 65%: Carry out theoretical studies, development of bioacoustic analysis methods, statistical analysis and analyse real experimental data (audio, behavioural). Help develop new and improved data prediction algorithms. Help provide the technical focus and direction for the signal processing development.

20%: Work as project team leader on the specification, design, development, integration and validation of complete signal processing methods.

10%: Report research progress and results with funding agencies. Identify funding opportunities for development of this research activity.

5%: Provide support to other laboratory research staff and students regarding biomedical signal processing issues.

The candidate must have a PhD in signal processing and will have journal publications in the field of data analysis, machine learning and data prediction, preferably in the field of audio or clinical data and be
• Very familiar with Signal Processing tools and Languages (Matlab, C++, etc)
• Very Familiar with statistical analysis of experimental data
• Able to work autonomously, managing and reporting on their assigned projects


Recent publications from the group:
http://reillylab.org/publications/


More information from:

Professor Richard Reilly
Professor of Neural Engineering
Trinity Centre for Bioengineering
School of Engineering and School of Medicine
Trinity College Dublin
Dublin 2, Republic of Ireland
email: reillyri@tcd.ie
http://reillylab.org/
6624| Medical Research Council, Toxicology Unit| Postdoctoral Scientist| Postdoctoral Scientist (TOX 161)
Fixed Term for 2 Years
Salary range £28,935 - £30,791

The Medical Research Council Toxicology Unit, located at the University of Leicester, is an internationally renowned institution delivering field-changing mechanistic insights into toxicology and disease. The Unit is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and offers excellent opportunities for postdoctoral development.

We are looking to appoint a postdoctoral scientist to join the MicroRNA Regulation of Gene Expression Group led by Prof. Martin Bushell to work on a project supported by AstraZeneca to design novel mRNA-based therapeutic approaches for non-toxic delivery of genetic material.

The delivery of genetic material to treat human diseases is a major challenge in the development of next generation drugs due to limitations in current technologies. In recent years DNA and viral delivery systems have attracted the most attention but have come under criticism due to low efficacy, genetic transfer risk and poor control regarding dose delivery. More recently, with the development of modified nucleotides, in vitro transcribed (IVT) mRNA molecules have been successfully used for the delivery of genetic information without risk of genomic integration. The relatively low half-life of RNA when compared to DNA-based methods also allows precise control over final protein dosage. However, currently a number of safety issues still remain and need to be addressed before further applications can be realised.

You will have been awarded (or in the final stages of obtaining) a PhD in a relevant discipline, have experience of working with RNA methodologies and microbiology techniques. You will be committed to working at a highly competitive level, able to communicate scientific ideas effectively and have published (or about to publish) in a peer-reviewed journal.

This project will be in close collaboration with AstraZeneca.

The MRC is a unique working environment where our researchers are rewarded by world class innovation and collaboration opportunities that the MRC name brings. Choosing to come to work at the MRC means that you will have access to a whole host of benefits from a final salary pension scheme and excellent holiday entitlement to access to employee shopping/travel discounts and salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme and childcare vouchers, as well as the chance to put the MRC on your CV in the future. The MRC values the diverse skills and experience of its employees and is committed to achieving equality of treatment for all, while the unit itself has received an Athena SWAN bronze award.

For full details of this post and to complete an online application, visit https://mrc.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/appcentre-1/candidate/postings/181 and upload your CV along with a covering letter stating why you are applying for this role. Please quote reference TOX 161.

Closing date: 11 May 2016


The MRC is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
Final appointments will be subject to pre-employment screening.
6649| University of Cambridge, MRC Epidemiology Unit| Research Associate, Family-based Physical Activity Promotion (Fixed Term)| The MRC Epidemiology Unit is seeking to appoint a post-doctoral Research Associate with an interest and experience in promoting children's physical activity in the family setting.

The available 3-year post is within the Behavioural Epidemiology Programme, led by Dr Esther van Sluijs, which aims to improve the understanding of how to promote sustained active living in young people. The post is funded by a grant from the NIHR Public Health Research and focuses on further development and preliminary testing of a family-based physical activity intervention. The post holder will use both quantitative and qualitative research methods to guide intervention development and preliminary testing of the intervention. In addition, the post holder will communicate regularly with a variety of stakeholders and members of the public.

You will be educated to PhD level in a relevant subject or due to complete doctoral studies within 6 months of applying. You will have experience in intervention research, and have developed relevant methodological skills (including qualitative and quantitative research methods, intervention development and evaluation).You will have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and have experience of presenting scientific work together with experience of working collaboratively and as a member of a team.

The MRC Epidemiology Unit is a department within the University of Cambridge's School of Clinical Medicine and is situated within the Institute of Metabolic Science on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. Its mission is to study the genetic, developmental and environmental factors that cause obesity, diabetes and related metabolic disorders and develop strategies for their prevention. The MRC Epidemiology Unit also hosts the UKCRC Centre for Diet and Activity Research (CEDAR), a Centre of Excellence in Public Health Research focusing on developing understanding about the population-level determinants of dietary and physical activity behaviours and on evaluating interventions that impact on these behaviours.

Fixed-term: The funds for this post are available for 3 years in the first instance.
6643| CONNECT research centre, Trinity College Dublin| Postdoctoral researcher in SDN-driven optical data centre interconnect in future 5G networks| The project will look into optical architectures, SDN control plane and scheduling to enable fully integration of next generation data centres in the metro access network, aiming towards an SDN-driven seamless integration in future 5G networks.

CONNECT (formerly CTVR – www.ctvr.ie) is Ireland’s largest telecommunications research centre. The Centre carries out industry-informed research focusing on wireless and optical networks of the future with a strong emphasis on the technologies that will underpin these networks. This position, under the direction of Dr. Marco Ruffini, is funded by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI).

Positions are funded by the Science Foundation Ireland, and will be funded for 3 years. The candidate must have a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, and preferably two years of postdoc experience. The successful candidate will join a team of highly skilled and innovative researchers in the area of access and metro network architectures.
Desirable qualifications include:
• Knowledge of layer2 and layer 3 switching/routing protocols.
• Experience with OpenFlow, SDN, NFV related project.
• Knowledge of optical communication transmission and protocols.
• Working knowledge of programming languages such as c, c++, python, java and of Linux operating system.
• Good written and oral communication skills
• The ability to work well in a group are also important requirements.
• Strong self motivation and willing to learn attitude.
6641| University of Birmingham, Institute of Cancer and Genomic Sciences| Marie Curie Post-doctoral Research Fellow| Protein hydroxylation is an emerging new post-translational modification implicated in a variety of major diseases, including Cancer (see Ploumakis and Coleman, Molecular Cell, 2015). We are seeking a highly motivated post-doctoral researcher with expertise in mitotic cell biology to contribute to an exciting new project exploring cell cycle regulation of protein hydroxylases in cancer. The position will be dependent on successful funding by a Marie Curie Fellowship.
1036659| Provide Consulting Ltd| Senior Electronics Engineer|

Senior Electronics Engineer
Kingston-upon-Thames
£30,000-£40,000

Are you an Electronics Engineer with extensive analogue design experience and a desire to continue to improve on both a personal and professional level? Are you keen to learn new skills in a highly multidisciplinary environment? If so then read on!

An instrumentation company who specialise in the design and manufacture of a range of sensors & systems for the oceanographic, maritime, environmental, defence, homeland security & industrial process control markets are looking for a Senior Electronics Engineer with at least five years relevant experience to work on instrumentation and acoustic systems.

The successful Senior Electronics Engineer needs specific expertise in analogue circuit design, preferably in an instrumentation development environment as well as:
* A degree in Electronic Engineering, ideally with a Master's and/or PhD
* Experience with power supply technology and op-amp circuits
* Experience in analogue-digital conversion, interfacing (eg. I2C, SPI bus, etc.), CAD schematic layouts and PCB design

Some experience or knowledge of Microprocessor based circuit design and Embedded software would be desirable. The Senior Electronics Engineer will be expected to work both independently and as part of a team contributing to all aspects of the product development cycle from requirement analysis through design & development into production.

The work will involve both new product development (design & test), existing product development (fault finding/improvement/enhancement); mixed signal design including preamplifiers, filters, power supplies, interfacing and analogue-digital conversion for precision instrumentation applications. Typical projects include low-noise hydrophone preamplifier design and multichannel data logger design.

Candidates must be suitable for SC security clearance with the UK Ministry of Defence; a current UK passport is required. A driving license would be of benefit, as some travel will be involved in the role.

6653| Hunan University, School of Civil Engineering| Postdoctoral Fellow in Concrete Materials| I am looking for candidates with interest/experience in cement based materials. Candidates should be under the age of 40, having obtained a PhD degree in Civil Engineering (cement or concrete), Material Science or Chemistry. Successful applicants will get annual salary of 150,000-170,000 RMB. The initial appointment is for 2 years. Successful candidates will be granted a research fund of 20,000 RMB each year. Candidates also can apply "Research Fund for International Young Scientists" of NSFC with Award size: RMB 200,000 Yuan per project for one year or RMB 400,000 Yuan per project for two years, the award includes direct cost and indirect cost (more information can visit http://www.nsfc.gov.cn/publish/portal2/tab161/info51759.htm). They may get tenure-track positions after the postdoctoral term, depending on their research performance. Hunan University (HNU) is located in Changsha, which offers good international facilities for living and recreation.

I will continue to accept applications until the positions are filled. To apply, candidates should in the first instance submit a full CV by email, a cover letter describing their research experience and interests, and the names and contact information for two professional references, to tcling611@yahoo.com or tcling@hnu.edu.cn. Informal enquiries for further details are also encouraged.

Master (by Research) and PhD Program
I am also looking for candidates with interest/experience in cement and concrete materials. Candidates should be under the age of 35 for master degree and 40 for PhD degree application. Full Scholarship is available.

You are welcome to view my publications and research interests via:
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=gFgzLrYAAAAJ&hl=en
http://ce.hnu.edu.cn/index.php/szdw/szll/jzgcx/490-2015106
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Tung_Chai_Ling_bill
1036662| Qualogy| Senior Security/Pen Tester (QR3816)| Functie : Senior Security/Pen Tester (QR3816)
Start : 18-4-2016, 36 uur per week
Periode : 6 mnd+
Omgeving : Amsterdam

Omschrijving Senior Security/Pen Tester:
Security Test Engineer - Static- Dynamic - Penetration Testing Expert

The DEVOPS team islooking for a qualified security test analyst with recent and relevant working experience as a software security tester.
Security testing experience in a Financial environment could be advantageous but not determinant. As member of a DEVOPS team, you'll be responsible for the execution of security tests on a wide variety of internal and external facing applications.
As a member of the team you will assist with the continuous improvement of the processes critical to the success of the team. In this role, you will work in a two week sprints handling one or more Static-, dynamic and/or penetration tests and supporting the initial and technical intake process.

What do we expect Senior Security/Pen Tester?
- B.S. in Computer Science or related technical major (M.S./PhD preferred) or significant job experience.
- You have a valid (Current) CEH, ECSA, ECSP, Sans, GIAC Certification.
- Minimum 5 years penetration testing experience, with significant mobile testing.
- Experience with OWASP testing Guide / Open Source Security Testing Methodology Manual
- Development experience preferred.
- Expert with common web application penetration testing tools including, but not limited to Burp, Fiddler, OWASP Zap, BeEF, and at least one commercial solution (WebInspect, AppScan, or similar).
- Experience deploying enterprise security testing solutions.
- Familiarity with common network vulnerability/penetration testing tools including, but not limited to, Metasploit, vulnerability scanners, Kali Linux, and Nmap.
- Experience with debuggers, disassemblers, binary patch diffing (e.g. BinDiff).
- Experience with testing automation suites such as Selenium. UFT
- Technical depth in many, if not most of the following areas: LAMP stack, Node.js, Scala/Java, iOS, Android OS, Windows Mobile, web services, and certificate pinning.
- Familiarity with Secure Development Lifecycle practices and Agile development.
- Thought leadership in the security field, with demonstrable contributions to industry groups strongly desired.
- Artful communication skills and organizational savvy, to steer peers and leadership toward solutions that carefully balance business, risk, compliance, and engineering concerns.
- Eagerness to challenge the status quo, balanced with a reasonable and methodical approach to effecting change.
- A fun and positive attitude!

Responsibilities Senior Security/Pen Tester:
- Primary responsibility to provide internal and external network penetration testing
- Create actionable reporting based on findings
- Application testing, including black-, grey-, white box
- Code reviews and reverse engineering
- Software development advisory
- Network and software architecture reviews and guidance
- Social engineering, physical and red team engagements
- Additionally you will support with pre intakes/technical intakes
- Development of security solutions and services
- Leveraging a robust technology portfolio, to address complex industry recognized information security trends and challenges faced by our respective clients
- Assist with the delivery of pre-sales and post-sales support of the technical security solutions and services.

Senior Security/Pen Tester
6650| University of Luxembourg, Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance| 1 Research assistant in economics and/or management (M/F)| The University of Luxembourg is a multilingual, international research University.

The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance of the University of Luxembourg has an opening for
1 Research assistant in economics and/or management (M/F)

Ref: F2-080028 / F2-080027 (to be mentioned in all correspondence)
Fixed term contract of 14 months, 40h/week (replacement of maternity and parental leave)
Expected starting date: July 1st, 2016

The researcher will be working for the Research Unit in Economics and Management (CREA).


Tasks
• The candidate will be required to accomplish scientific activities in field of economics and management;
• He/She will therefore collect and process micro and macro data in the field of economics and management;
• The research assistant will assist the team of professors, associate professors, post-doc and junior researchers in their research, particularly in the field of economics and management.

Profile
• Master degree in economics or management.
• Language skills sufficient to work in a multilingual environment. Understanding of French and English is necessary. Knowledge of German will be considered an advantage.
• Knowledge in econometrics and at least one econometric software (Stata, SAS, Eviews, Gauss, …) will be considered an advantage.

Offer
• Personal work space at the University (full-time contract requires the collaborator to work on the University premises).
• Attractive remuneration.


Applications have to be submitted online before May 31st, 2016 and must include the following:
• A motivation letter.
• A detailed curriculum vitae with list of publications and copies thereof, if applicable.
• The name, current position, and relationship to the applicant, of one referee.

Link: http://emea3.mrted.ly/11jd2


Applications will be treated with the strictest confidentiality.

The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.
6635| Queen Mary University of London, School of Economics and Finance| Marie Skłodowska‐Curie Individual Fellowships (2016 Call) European Commission H2020 Funding Opportunity| European Commission H2020 Funding Opportunity Call for Expressions of Interest

Marie Skłodowska‐Curie Individual Fellowships

The School of Economics and Finance at QMUL (http://www.econ.qmul.ac.uk/) welcomes Expressions of Interest by postdoctoral researchers of any nationality, to apply jointly with a QMUL host supervisor to the EC Marie Skłodowska‐Curie Individual European Fellowship Scheme under the 2016 call.

The Fellowship is a prestigious European funding scheme that supports mobility, career
development, and training within and beyond Europe, and offers 12‐24 months’ highly
competitive salary, a mobility allowance, family allowance and research funds.

Full details of the Scheme and application process can be found at:
EC Participant Portal for call information, guide for applicants and submissions The call opened on 12 April 2016, and the final deadline date for applications is 14 September 2016.

Eligibility

 You must not have spent more than 12 months in the UK in the last 36 months prior to the EC call deadline
 You must have a PhD (or equivalent), or four years full time research experience Funding
 Gross salary (€67,127 pa, including the UK country coefficient)
 Mobility allowance (€600 per month)
 Family allowance (€500 per month)
 Research, training and networking costs (€800 per month)
 Management and indirect costs (€650 per month to the host)
Research Areas
The School welcomes expressions of interest in the following areas:
 Applied microeconomics (labour, development, political economy, crime, education,
health, public finance)
 Economic Theory
 Finance and financial econometrics
Expressions of Interest should consist of the following documentation:
 Cover letter
 A copy of your CV
 A 3‐page research proposal summary
Please submit your EOI pack to Nicholas Owen, Research manager, n.j.owen@qmul.ac.uk, tel.
+44 (0)20 7882 7298 by Friday 20 May, 2016.
EOI Results will be announced in early June 2016. Selected candidates will then be invited to
prepare their full proposal with their supervisor.
Assistance with regards to proposal development and submission will also be provided by the
QMUL Joint Research Management Office, EU Unit.
For more information please see
http://ec.europa.eu/research/mariecurieactions/about‐msca/actions/if/index_en.htm
1036590| Intel - Germany| LTE Physical Layer System Engineer - 793898| Job Description LTE Physical Layer System Engineer - 793898 Description Join Intel - and engineer the future Intel is in the midst of an exciting transformation, with a vision to create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on Earth. So join us - and help us create the next generation of technologies that will shape the future for decades to come. Position description Intel invites you to collaborate with global teams to specify the outer receiver algorithm and architectural concepts for the upcoming modem solutions. What you'll do As an LTE Physical Layer System Engineer at Intel, you will develop and drive outer receiver algorithms and their mapping to HW and FW architecture with emphasis on differentiation (receiver performance, power, die size, and cost), scalability, re usability and time to market. You will also be required to: - Work on improved outer receiver algorithms including performance simulations - Propose HW/FW/SW splits for product implementation - Consider real time aspects as well as HW interface definitions to firmware drivers - Corporate with hardware and firmware development teams - Minimize silicon area and power consumption of the modem - Provide HW architecture specifications - Provide implementation support to the HW/FW development teams in an international environment - Advice project and program management in planning Qualifications - Master degree in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering, PhD or equivalent experience - Good understanding of LTE communication system - Experience in LTE outer receiver algorithms - Experience in SoC development process including Architecture, Verification - Reference models for hardware with C++, matlab - Hardware/software integration - Team player - Excellent communication skills in English What we offer you · - We give you opportunities to transform technology and create a better future, by delivering products that touch the lives of every person on earth. · - As a global leader in innovation and new technology, we foster a collaborative, supportive, and boredom free environment - where the brightest minds in the world come together to achieve exceptional results. We're constantly working on making a more connected and intelligent future, and we need your help. Change tomorrow. Start today. Job Category: Engineering Primary Location: Germany Germany, Munich Full/Part Time: Full Time Job Type: College Graduate Regular/Temporary: Regular Posting Date: Apr 19, 2016 Apply Before: Ongoing Business Group The Platform Engineering Group (PEG) is responsible for the design, development, and production of system on-a chip (SoC) products that go into Intel's next generation client and mobile platforms. PEG strives to lead the industry moving forward through product innovation and world class engineering. Join Intel - and engineer the future Intel is in the midst of an exciting transformation, with a vision to create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on Earth. So join us - and help us create the next generation of technologies that will shape the future for decades to come. Posting Statement: N/A
6633| The Sandra and Edward Meyer Cancer Center at Weill Cornell Medicine| Postdoctoral Associate| The former Molecular Neuro-Oncology Laboratory of the Neuro-Oncology Branch of the NIH has relocated to the Meyer Cancer Center at Weill Cornell College of Medicine and as part of the new Weill Cornell Brain Tumor Center. The laboratory is a rapidly growing program/laboratory benefitting from exceptional resources, scientific freedom and extraordinary local environment of world-renowned cancer biologists. Our largest and most rapidly growing area of interests are in the area of tumor stem cell biology with a particular emphasis on metabolism, tumor and cerebral organoids and mechanisms of stem cell differentiation, A few of our publications that represent the kind of research we do include: Cancer Cell. 9: 287-300, 2006; Cancer Research. 66(19): 9428-36, 2006; Cancer Cell. 9(5):391-403, 2006; Cancer Res. 6(1):21-30, 2008; Cancer Cell 13(1):69-80, 2008; Cell Stem Cell. 4(5): 440-52, 2009.; Cancer Research, 2009; 69(4): 1596-1603, 2009; Cancer Cell.15(4): 247-9, 2009; Cell Stem Cell 4(6): 466-7, 2009; Bioinformatics. 26:1792-3, 2010; Cancer Cell. 18:543-5, 2010; Nature Reviews Neurol 7:439-50, 2011; PLoS One 6:e14681, 2011, Cancer Cell 20:695-7, 2011; J. Natl. Cancer Instit. 103:1162-78, 2011; Cancer Cell 21; 710, 2012; PLOS One 7:e51407, 2012, Cell Reports 6:313, 2014; PLoS One. 2014 Nov 3;9(11):e111783. doi: 10.1371; Cancer Inform. 2014 Oct 15;13(Suppl 3):33-44. doi: 10.4137; Pharmacogenomics J. 2014 Dec 2. doi: 10.1038/tpj.2014.61.

The laboratory allows outstanding exposure to and potential involvement in all aspects of translational science while exploring basic mechanistic studies of tumorigenesis using a combination of molecular and computational biology approaches.


Please email a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and list of three references to Howard A. Fine, M.D. at; haf9016@med.cornell.edu
1036653| Novate IT Ltd| Software Engineer - Computer Vision| Software Engineer, Computer Vision - Cambridge - Above market salary + great benefits

This highly innovative company are expanding and are looking for a highly experienced, passionate Software Engineer to join their Computer Vision team. They are willing to offer a highly competitive salary to the right candidate displaying the right desire and skills, coupled with an incredible benefits package.

Working at the bleeding edge of technology this company are creating products never before seen in the industry. They have created technology to assist global market leaders in campaigns ranging from digital presence to new product launches with specific emphasis on Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. With their own products now in production they are rapidly expanding in the Cambridge area whilst retaining their London office.

The right candidate will possess extensive knowledge of Computer Vision principles and be an expert in this field, either through academic research at PhD level from a top European university, or with commercial experience applying this knowledge to building complex products. Substantial knowledge of low-level embedded programming in C / C++ essential. Our client are looking for candidates to have a real eye for detail and the passion to develop efficient, creative code that provides truly exceptional user experience. Strong interest in Augmented Reality or Virtual Reality tech and perceptual computing is highly desirable. Applicants will be educated to at least Masters Degree level in Computer Science, mathematics or similar.

For the opportunity to join a highly progressive company who are innovating at the highest level and not only working with the latest technologies, but also developing their own, send your CV now for an immediate telephone conversation

Novate IT Ltd is a leading supplier of permanent and contract recruitment services for companies in the IT, Digital Media and Telecommunications industries.
1036648| Investigo Change Solutions| Manager - Quantitative Analytics|

Job description

The Data Intelligence & Analytics team at Investigo are currently looking to recruit a Manager - Quantitative Analytics on behalf of our client, a global financial services and insurance company. This role would be part of the Data Science team - a specially formed unit looking at the power of technology, data and computational science aiming to transform how business is done in the industry. The Science team is responsible for data engineering for the entire global group. The role will be based in Central London.

The ideal candidate will have experience in:

  • Integration of machine learning with big-data and/or high-performance computing platforms (eg, Spark, Hadoop and CUDA)
  • Programming in C++, Java, JavaScript, or Scala
  • Integration of machine learning with Front End systems (eg, native mobile apps and HTML5+JS Front End systems)
  • Employing machine learning in a collaborative commercial settings (using DevOps methodologies and tools such as GitHub)
  • Publication in the top scientific journals and conferences
  • Leading scientific projects

Success in this role requires the candidate to:

  • Employ the existing (and develop new) machine-learning algorithmsthat can find patterns in large multi-modal data.
  • Innovate and provide solutions (eg, by translating complex commercial problems to machine learning problems).
  • Be an active member of teams that provide the business with data-driven apps, insights and strategies.
  • Participate in, lead, and create cross-functional projects and trainings.
  • Communicate (both oral and written) with colleagues and stakeholders (both internal and external).
  • Review, direct, guide, inspire the research of more junior scientists in the team

Candidates must have:

  • Scientific expertise and applied experience in machine learning (ideally, a combination of excellent academic research and high-impact commercial experience)
  • Education Preferred - PhD (or equivalent)
  • Scientific expertise and applied experience in machine learning(ideally, a combination of excellent academic research and high-impact commercial experience)
  • In depth understanding of common machine learning techniques (eg,classification, regression and clustering)
  • Track record in advanced topics of machine learning (eg, Bayesian inference, hierarchical models, deep learning, Gaussian processes, causal inference, ...)
  • Advanced programming skills in Python and R (and their related data processing, machine learning, and visualisation libraries)
  • Practical experience in preparing data for machine learning (eg, using SQL and/or NoSQL technologies)
  • Excellent communication skills

6631| University of Calgary, Arnie Charbonneau Cancer Institute| Postdoctoral Scholar Researching CHD Remodelling enzyme inhibitors as novel anti-cancer agents| Supervision and Lab Space:

This project represents a collaboration between three laboratories at the Robson DNA Science Centre, one of the Centres of Excellence at the Arnie Charbonneau Cancer Institute at the University of Calgary. The post-doctoral scholar working on this project will work within the joint Williams-Goodarzi laboratory space. The initial appointment will be for two years at a salary rate of CAD $50,000 per year (with additional benefits on top of this). The candidate will be expected to apply for independent award funding within the first year of the project.

Project Summary:

Cellular DNA repair mechanisms must function within the context of chromatin, the DNA:protein complex that packages all of our genetic information. Several chromatin remodelling enzymes belonging to the CHD family (including CHD2, CHD3, CHD4 and CHD5) have been implicated in DNA repair processes such as homologous recombination and/or are known modifiers of cancer risk (as tumor suppressors). Inhibitors of the CHD enzyme family do not yet exist, and are of potential use as chemo/radiation sensitizing agents that perturb transcriptional and DNA damage repair responses. This project will involve biochemical purification of several CHD enzymes, with particular emphasis on CHD4, and high throughput screening of small molecule libraries to isolate inhibitors of CHD-class chromatin remodelling activity. Inhibitors will be validated using (CHD) gene edited cell lines and testing small molecule impact on CHD-dependent DNA repair processes and transcriptional targets. The goal of this project is to explore the utility of CHD inhibitors as a potential anti-cancer strategy.

About Calgary, Alberta:

Named a cultural capital of Canada and one of the best places to live in the world, Calgary is a city of leaders - in business, community, philanthropy and volunteerism. Calgarians enjoy more days of sunshine per year than any other major Canadian city. Calgary is less than an hour’s drive from the majestic Rocky Mountains and boasts the most extensive urban pathway and bikeway network in North America.

Eligibility & application process:

Interested candidates should be highly motivated to do research, and candidates with experience in protein purification and/or small molecule library screening will be ranked highly and given priority. Candidates must be within 3 years of graduating with their PhD or MD. International applicants are welcome, although Canadian citizens and permanent residents are given priority (if all other qualifications are equal).

To apply, please send your CV, contact details for three references, and a ~1 page summary of why you are a good fit for this research project to Gareth Williams - gareth.williams2@ucalgary.ca
6627| Inserm and University of Burgundy France, Department of Biology| Post-doctoral fellowship in hematopoiesis and leukemogenesis. The study concerns the role of lipids in hematopoietic cells and leukemogenesis| Background:
Cholesterol efflux pathways are well known to regulate hematopoietic stem and progenitors homeostasis (Westerterp et al, Cell Stem Cell, 2012). An association of body mass index and survival has been described in pediatric leukemia (Orgel et al, Am J Clin Nutr, 2016). In the NIH cohort, higher meat intake was associated with an increased risk of acute myeloid leukemia (Ma et al, A m J Epidemiol, 2010).

Job Description:
Effects of high fat diet food on hematopoietic stem cells and their transformation into leukemia remain unknown. Our goal is to analyze deeply the effect of lipids on leukemogenesis by using different mice as models of leukemia. The various molecular mechanisms involved will be characterized. The applicant will perform mouse cell-sorting and cytometry, will use our various laboratory mouse models (Mll-AF9, HoxA9) to establish the association between high fat diet food and adult leukemia. DNA sequencing will be carried out to identify mutations and specific molecular pathways.

Qualifications and Experience:
Applicants should have a Ph.D. in molecular biology, biochemistry or cell biology. Experience in working with mice projects and cytometry is required. The candidate needs to have excellent communication and interpersonal skills to integrate successfully into an interdisciplinary team. English writing and speaking required.

Facilities and platforms:
We have a platform for cytometry, with a cell sorter (Aria3), two flow cytometers (Canto10, and LSRII). We have access to an animal house facility (maximum barrier for breeding) and conventional (for experiments). The team belongs to the LabEx LipSTIC (French National Agency of Research), with several other teams working in the field of “Lipids”. Therefore, we have access to several platforms to quantify lipids on purified cells and plasma. Through collaboration with another laboratory at the hospital of Dijon, the team has also access to new genome sequencing technologies.

Publications of the team:
- CD45 is crucial for human and murine Acute Myeloid Leukemia maintenance through its localization in lipid rafts. Saint-Paul L, Nguyen C-H, Buffière A, Pais de Barros J-P, Hammann A, Landras-Guetta C, Filomenko R, Chrétien M-L, Johnson P, Bastie J-N, Delva L and Quéré R. Leukemia. (Minor revision).
- Trim33 is involved in late stages of granulomonopoiesis in mice. Chrétien M-L*, Legouge C*, Martin R, Hammann A, Trad M, Aucagne R, Largeot A, Bastie J-N, Delva L* and Quéré R*. Experimental Hematology. (Minor revision).
- Tif1γ regulates the TGF-β1 receptor and promotes physiological aging of hematopoietic stem cells. Quéré R, Saint-Paul L, Carmignac V, Martin RZ, Chrétien ML, Largeot A, Hammann A, Pais de Barros JP, Bastie JN, Delva L. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2014 Jul 22;111(29):10592-7
- Aucagne R, Droin N, Paggetti J, et al. Transcription intermediary factor 1gamma is a tumor suppressor in mouse and human chronic myelomonocytic leukemia. J Clin Invest 2011. Jun;121(6):2361-7

Location: Inserm UMR 866, Faculté de Médecine, Université de Bourgogne, Dijon, France
Team: Gene Regulation in Hematopoiesis and Leukemogenesis (Team L. Delva)
Staff Category: Postdoctoral Fellow
Citizenship: French or foreign origin
Application deadline: June 2016, week 23
Start: September-October 2016
Salary: 28K Euros / year (after tax)
Contract Duration and Funds: Funds for 12 months are already obtained (possible extension for 6 months if necessary). During the first 12 months the applicant will apply for other grants (12 to 24 months).
Region of Bourgogne: Dijon is a beautiful city, the region is well known for its excellent gastronomy and wines. Dijon and the touristic Wine Route are part of the UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Contact: Applicant should send a letter and a C.V. to Dr. Ronan Quéré; ronan.quere@inserm.fr
6657| University of Oxford, Department of Sociology| Post-doctoral Researcher in Sociology and Social Demography| Grade 7: £30,738 - £37,768 per annum

We are seeking two outstanding quantitative researchers to work on the European Research Council funded project FAMSIZEMATTERS Family size matters: How low fertility affects the (re)production of social inequalities, led by Associate Professor Christiaan Monden.

The successful candidate will be expected to engage in advanced independent research within the remit of the project. More specifically, he/she will shape and carry out research on one or more of the following themes: only-children, multi-generational effects, sibling size, childlessness, impact of children’s socioeconomic position on parents, high-fertility sub-populations in low fertility societies, family size and gender inequality.

The successful candidate will hold or expect to obtain a PhD in sociology, demography, economics, statistics or another relevant discipline. Training and expertise in analysing secondary data, strong quantitative analysis skills are essential. Candidates will be required to show evidence of developing a track record of excellent quality publications in peer-reviewed academic journals.

The posts are full-time on a fixed-term contract, for 36 months starting by September 2016.

Applications, including a covering letter, CV and the names of 3 referees, should be submitted by 12:00 noon on 31st May 2016.
1036584| Roseman University of Health Sciences College| Post-Doctoral Research Associate (PhD req.)|

Roseman University of Health Sciences College of Medicine is seeking an early Postdoctoral Research Associate (Postdoc) in the areas of cell and molecular biology to work on projects focusing on the mechanisms and molecular regulation of proliferation and/or differentiation of adult stem/progenitor cells. The main goal of the research is to promote the growth and differentiation of adult human stem/progenitor cells for the treatment of congenital heart defects or of degenerative retinal diseases.

The Postdoc will be performing experimental procedures, analyzing data, maintaining records and developing new assays. The Postdoc must be experienced in performing basic mammalian cell and tissue culture techniques, cell/molecular biology techniques such as protein or nucleic acid extraction, RT-PCR, ELISA, Western blotting, or cell-based assays, and imaging studies involving immunocytochemistry and fluorescent/confocal microscopy. The lab is equipped with state-of-theart
technology for ultrasensitive, highly-quantitative measurements of protein expression, subcellular localization, and protein phosphorylation using recently-developed capillary electrophoresis- and microscopy-based methodologies.

1036664| Edelway| Scientific Communications Manager|

Edelway is a Swiss leading pharmaceutical services company.

On behalf of our global client based in Zug are we are actively looking for a Scientific Communication Manager to join their team.

Start: ASAP
Duration: Permanent contract

The role:

To deliver Scientific Communication tools and programs as defined by brand plans
To provide ad-hoc Scientific Communication support to the brand teams
To contribute to the development of region-wide brand Scientific Communication plans as component to the brand plan
Contribute to planning/delivery of Global Core Content

You will:

Develop and deliver assigned Scientific Com materials and tools, such as slide decks and Medical Info FAQs, for internal and external usage
Identify needs for Medical Information content
Support planning and delivery of Global Core Content
Partner with Medical in the development of non-promotional educational materials
Support the development and delivery of region-wide satellite symposia and educational events
Support planning and delivery of digital channel Medical activities
Support Advisory boards by delivering required materials
Contribute to medical/scientific CI collection and reporting and congresses
Attend and contribute to daily debrief sessions at congresses
Develop and deliver internal congress materials
Review promotional material as per SOP
Review non-promotional materials as per SOP
Participate in planning and implementation of satellite symposia and similar scientific/educational events, ensure high scientific standards and alignment with key messages
Provide ad hoc support for affiliates in the execution of region-wide Scientific Com programs
Ensure timely dissemination of tools to affiliates
Deliver or support delivery of trainings
Build and maintain relations to key opinion leaders
Maintain effective working relationship and alignment with affiliate and Global counterparts
Support Medical Com vendor management
Maintain and expand knowledge and expertise in relevant medical-scientific areas
Actively support the development of best practices, common standards, metrics and systems
Plan own activities and ensures alignment with overall Medical Com and brand plan

Your profile:
PhD in a life science, Pharm D, MD or MSc with substantial additional biomedical background
Minimum 3 years of professional experience, preferably in biotech/pharm. industry
Experience in multiple areas, including medical affairs or medical marketing and with international exposure
Experience with interpretation of clinical trials and pre-clinical data
Experience in generation of science-based materials.
Broad scientific knowledge and specific knowledge relevant to assigned therapeutic area
Fluency in written and spoken English

If this sound like your next challenge, please send us your CV ( (see below) ) or call me and we will call you shortly to discuss it.

6636| The Institute of Cancer Research, Division of Cancer Therapeutics| Postdoctoral Training Fellow (Synthetic and Medicinal Chemistry)| The Institute of Cancer Research, London, is one of the world’s most influential cancer research institutes, with an outstanding record of achievement dating back more than 100 years. We provided the first convincing evidence that DNA damage is the basic cause of cancer, laying the foundation for the now universally accepted idea that cancer is a genetic disease. Today, The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) leads the world at isolating cancer-related genes and discovering new targeted drugs for personalised cancer treatment. Under the leadership of our Chief Executive, Professor Paul Workman FMedSci, the ICR is ranked as the UK’s leading academic research centre. Together with our partner The Royal Marsden, we are rated in the top four cancer centres globally. The ICR is committed to attracting, developing and retaining the best minds in the world to join us in our mission – to make the discoveries that defeat cancer.

A postdoctoral position in synthetic organic chemistry applied to the discovery and optimisation of new drugs to treat cancer is available in the team led by Professor Ian Collins in the Cancer Research UK Cancer Therapeutics Unit at The Institute of Cancer Research. The successful candidate will apply their synthetic organic chemistry skills to prepare molecules of interest as anticancer agents. In addition, the successful candidate is expected to develop skills in medicinal chemistry, as well as a broader understanding of drug discovery.

The CRUK Cancer Therapeutics Unit is a multidisciplinary 'bench to bedside' centre, dedicated to the discovery and development of novel therapeutics for the treatment of cancer. Our exciting goal is to discover high quality drug candidates for validated biological targets and to progress these candidate compounds to clinical trial. Our chemists are located in well-equipped laboratories in Sutton, South London, where they work in close collaboration with world-class biologists and drug metabolism specialists to develop new small molecules that target important proteins involved in the development and progression of cancer.

Knowledge, experience and achievement in synthetic chemistry are essential. The successful applicant will have ample opportunity to develop additional skills in post. This is an ideal opportunity for an enthusiastic, committed chemist to make an important contribution to improved therapies for cancer patients, while gaining experience and training in drug discovery skills in an institute with a track record of success. Appointment will be for 2 years in the first instance. Further information can be found in the full job description available on the ICR website: www.icr.ac.uk/careers
Applications must be made via the e-recruitment system on the ICR website.

We consider all applications on merit and have a strong commitment to enhancing the diversity of our staff.
1036626| Intel - Germany| Intern - Trace&Debug Tools development (m/f) - 794116| Job Description Intern - Trace&Debug Tools development (m/f) - 794116 Description Job Description: We are looking for a qualified students who can work as an intern and also in the process assist in various software development activities. The main area of interest is statistical and data analysis with the focus on graphical representation in a cross platform environment using MATLAB. Specific need would be to extend the existing software to cover more scenarios to give as a better overview of the behavior of our products. Intern would be working in a very diverse international environment interacting with people from different Geos. We are offering flexible working hours that should help in balancing between work and education. The offering is targeted for at least 6 months, preferably for 1 year. Qualifications Primary Requirements: - Must be an active daily student of Bachelor's, Master's or PhD in Computer Science or equivalent. - In order to reach to an acceptable level of work efficiency, we are expecting availability of 20 hours per week or more. - Good communication skills in English (written and spoken) - Ability to learn new technologies and grow with the challenges faced - Ability to closely collaborate in a team - Reliable, disciplined and responsible - Experienced in programming with Java or C++ (or other comparable language) on Windows O/S - Analytical mind and experience with debugging/analyzing existing SW Nice to have Requirements: - Programming with MATLAB and Python - Exposure to web based technologies (HTML, JavaScript, ...) - Software development life cycle and tooling (version control, issue tracking, continuous integration) - Mac OS X/Linux (usage and development) Job Category: Software Engineering Primary Location: Germany Germany, Munich Full/Part Time: Full Time Job Type: Student/Intern Regular/Temporary: Temporary Posting Date: Mar 17, 2016 Apply Before: Ongoing Business Group The Platform Engineering Group (PEG) is responsible for the design, development, and production of system on-a chip (SoC) products that go into Intel's next generation client and mobile platforms. PEG strives to lead the industry moving forward through product innovation and world class engineering. Trace and Debug Group Information:- Trace&Debug group is responsible for providing end to end tools and driver software focused on modem domain. Joining this group, you would be working in a very diverse and international environment where you will interact with people from all over the world and with many different backgrounds of the mobile industry. Posting Statement: N/A
6632| University of Calgary, Arnie Charbonneau Cancer Institute| Postdoctoral Fellow Researching Structure-Based Mechanisms of DNA Double-Strand Break Repair| Supervisor:

Dr. Gareth Williams

Supervision and Lab Space:

This project on the structural and cell biology of DNA double strand break repair available at the Robson DNA Science Centre within the Arnie Charbonneau Cancer Institute at the University of Calgary. The post-doctoral scholar working on these projects will work within the Robson DNA Science Centre laboratory space. The initial appointment will be for two years at a salary rate of CAD $50,000 per year (with additional benefits on top of this). The successful candidate will be expected to apply for independent funding within the first year of the project.

Project Summary:

The project is to use X-ray crystallography and small-angle X-ray scattering to investigate structure-based mechanisms of homologous recombination repair (HRR). The HRR pathway helps maintain genomic stability and protects against cancer by accurately repairing DNA double-strand breaks. The successful candidate will develop methods to express, purify, and determine accurate structures of HRR proteins and their complexes with protein partners, DNA substrates, and/or cofactors. Based on the structural insights, the postdoctoral scholar will both interpret patient-based mutations and design separation-of-function mutations to test the effect of these mutations on protein activities using biochemical and cell-based assays. Insights from this work will inform HRR mechanisms, and determine key steps within HRR that may be targetable for cancer therapies. This work is part of a multi-centre, NIH-funded project entitled Structural Biology of DNA Repair Machines.

Further details about my laboratories research can be found at the following links:
https://www.ucalgary.ca/bmb/profiles/dr-gareth-williams
http://charbonneau.ucalgary.ca/node/1879

About Calgary, Alberta:

Named a cultural capital of Canada and one of the best places to live in the world, Calgary is a city of leaders - in business, community, philanthropy and volunteerism. Calgarians enjoy more days of sunshine per year than any other major Canadian city. Calgary is less than an hour’s drive from the majestic Rocky Mountains and boasts the most extensive urban pathway and bikeway network in North America.

Eligibility & application process:

Interested candidates should be highly motivated to do research, and candidates with experience in structural biology, protein expression, protein purification and molecular biology will be ranked highly and given priority. Candidates must be within 3 years of graduating with their PhD or MD. International applicants are welcome, although Canadian citizens and permanent residents are given priority (if all other qualifications are equal).

To apply, please send your CV, contact details for three references, and a ~1 page summary of why you are a good fit for this research project to Gareth Williams - gareth.williams2@ucalgary.ca
6640| University of Oxford, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine| Postdoctoral Researcher in Cardiovascular Medicine - 2 posts available| We are seeking two highly motivated Postdoctoral researchers to work under the supervision of Professor’s Keith Channon or Charalambos Antoniades on two separate projects, under an exciting translational research programme on the discovery and validation of novel immunometabolic targets for the prevention and treatment of obesity/diabetes and their complications. The programme is funded by the Novo Nordisk foundation and involves collaboration with the Karolinska Institute and the University of Copenhagen.
Both post-holders will hold a PhD in cellular and molecular biology or a relevant field and carry out independent research in one of two projects. The first project will explore novel endocrine/paracrine communication signals governing the cross-talk between the adipose and the cardiovascular system in human obesity/diabetes. The second project will be based on novel targeted mouse models of adipose tissue and cardiovascular disease, investigating the observations made in clinical studies.

You will manage your own academic research activities and develop new scientific techniques and experimental protocols. Previous experience of contributing to publications and presentations is essential and you will provide guidance to less experienced members of the research group. You will need to be well organised with excellent communication skills.

You will become part of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine based at either the John Radcliffe Hospital or the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics and will have close interactions with the Oxford Centre for Diabetes Endocrinology and Metabolism and the Kennedy institute. Both full-time posts are available immediately and are funded until 30th April 2020.

Applications for this vacancy are to be made online; you will be required to upload a supporting statement and a copy of your CV as part of your online application. To apply for this role and for further details, including a job description and person specification, please click on the link below.


Only applications received before midday on Wednesday 18th May 2016 can be considered.

Interviews are anticipated to take place to Monday 13th June 2016.


The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer
6646| Queen Mary University of London, William Harvey Research Institute / Centre for Microvascular Research| Post Doctoral research Assistant| Postdoctoral Research Assistant - QMUL8522

Applicants are invited to apply for a Wellcome Trust funded Postdoctoral Research Assistant position within the Centre for Microvascular Research at William Harvey Research Institute, Barts and The London Medical School, Queen Mary, University of London. The successful candidate will join a team of motivated young scientists investigating the mechanisms of neutrophil-vessel wall interactions. The particular emphasis of the project will be to elucidate the molecular basis and pathophysiological implications of certain aberrant modes of neutrophil behavior discovered by the host laboratory, in particular neutrophil reverse transendothelial cell migration.

We are seeking highly driven and talented candidates, ideally with some post-doctoral experience. The appointed candidate must be able to work independently and collaboratively within a team. In addition, as the work will involve the use of numerous inflammatory models, in vivo expertise is essential for this post.

The Centre for Microvascular Research, headed by Professor Sussan Nourshargh, is currently composed of ~35 staff and has international prominence in the fields of vascular biology, inflammation and leukocyte trafficking. We employ a multi-disciplinary approach for addressing our research objectives, including the use of molecular and cellular biology techniques and numerous experimental disease models. In addition, the Centre has a strong and acknowledged expertise in the application of specialized imaging methods, such as confocal intravital microscopy. The Centre offers newly refurbished laboratories, incorporating a cutting edge imaging suite, on the Charterhouse Square Campus of our Medical School. William Harvey Research Institute (~380 staff) is a world leading Pharmacological Institute with a vibrant, multidisciplinary scientific environment, devoted to therapeutic innovation in cardiovascular, endocrine and inflammatory disorders and Barts and The London Medical School is ranked in the top 5 Medical Schools in the UK.

The post is full-time and fixed term for 3 years. Starting salary will be in the range of £32,052 - £37,648 per annum inclusive of London Allowance. Benefits include 30 days’ annual leave, defined benefit pension scheme and interest-free season ticket loan.

Candidates must be able to demonstrate their eligibility to work in the UK in accordance with the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006. Where required this may include entry clearance or continued leave to remain under the Points Based Immigration Scheme.

Informal enquiries should be addressed to Professor Sussan Nourshargh (s.nourshargh@qmul.ac.uk ).

Details about the Centre for Microvascular Research and the William Harvey Research Institute can be found at:

http://www.whri.qmul.ac.uk/staff-all/staff-research/161-nourshargh-sussan-fmedsci

http://www.whri.qmul.ac.uk/research/inflammation/224-microvascular-research

To apply please click on the “apply online” at the link below:

https://webapps2.is.qmul.ac.uk/jobs/job.action?jobRef=QMUL8522

Application enquiries can be directed to recruitment@qmul.ac.uk

The closing date for applications is 26th May 2016. Interviews are expected to take place shortly afterwards.

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6628| University of Luxembourg, The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance| 1 Associate Professor in Supply Chain Management and Logistics at the Luxembourg Centre for Supply Chain Management and Logistics (LCL) (in collaboration with the MIT)| The University of Luxembourg is a multilingual, international research University.

The Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance of the University of Luxembourg has an opening for
1 Associate Professor in Supply Chain Management and Logistics at the Luxembourg Centre for Supply Chain Management and Logistics (LCL) (in collaboration with the MIT) (M/F)
Ref: R-STR-8043-00-A.
Role
• The candidate is expected to take a key role in establishing the newly formed Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL). The LCL is a joint initiative of the University of Luxembourg and the MIT Global SCALE Network. The LCL will be part of the Faculty of Law, Economics, and Finance at the University of Luxembourg. The candidate will join senior faculty to build up the Centre to become a world leader in education and research in Supply Chain Management, freight transportation, global trade, and logistics;
• The candidate is expected to lead major research activities (seminars, conferences, workshops) of the LCL and of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance;
• The candidate is expected to develop and deliver graduate (masters and doctoral) level classes as well as executive courses in supply chain management, logistics, and/or related fields;
• The candidate is expected to foster and lead interdisciplinary research, in particular with the research units of law, CREA, and the LSF.
• Build and grow partnerships with the industry and universities in Luxembourg and Europe.

Profile
• PhD in Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Operations Management, Business Economics, Engineering, or related field, completed at least three years ago;
• Teaching experience at a leading university;
• Significant record of published and forthcoming articles in relevant refereed journals;
• Extensive network and experience in industry collaboration and proven track record in obtaining research grants from both the public and private sector (well linked to the industry)
• Excellent experience and ability to conduct leading international research projects;
• High teaching skills at graduate, PhD, and executive levels;
• Linguistic skills needed to evolve in a multilingual environment. Fluency in English is required, good knowledge of either French or German is a plus;
• Ability and willingness to work in a team and collaborate across disciplines.


Further Information
Applications should contain following the documents:

• An application form (available by sending an email to fdef-recrutement@uni.lu)
• A detailed curriculum vitae with a list of publications, courses taught, research grants, industry collaborations and management positions within any university;
• A motivation letter including a statement highlighting scientific, educational, and other activities of particular significance for this position;
• Teaching evaluations;
• If available, a list of three references with their names, addresses and current position. Please indicate their relationship to you
• Any additional material highlighting significant publications, success in obtaining research funding, industry contacts and collaborations, experience in management positions within a university, as well as other relevant qualifications and achievements are appreciated.

Contact
For questions please contact:

Professor Dr. Stefan Braum
Dean of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance
UNIVERSITY OF LUXEMBOURG
e-mail: fdef-recrutement@uni.lu

All applications should be sent by e-mail (highly encouraged) or post before 15/05/2015 to the following addresses:

Professor Stefan Braum
Dean of the Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance
University of Luxembourg
4, rue Alphonse Weicker
L-2721 Luxembourg
E-mail : fdef-recrutement@uni.lu
Link : http://emea3.mrted.ly/10xxg

All applications will be handled in strictest confidence.

The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.

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