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7610| Ecole de technologie superieure, Electrical engineering| Development and testing of specialty few-mode fiber based metrological methods for optical sensing| Recent progress in optical fibers and photonic crystal fibers continue to provide new scientific insights and real-life applications in many fields. The proposed project is for one postdoctoral scholar who will investigate new specialty fibers and methods for the remote monitoring of biomedical and environmental conditions towards commercial applications with the collaboration of four Canadian industrial partners, including Aligo Innovation. The research will be performed within the department of electrical engineering at the Ecole de Technologie Supérieure (ETS, http://en.etsmtl.ca), a fast growing engineering-only university located in the dynamic city of Montreal, Canada (http://www.375mtl.com/en/). Our research group focuses on the design of specialty optical fibers and microstructured fibers, and their use as a platform for devising novel photonic devices. Our research activities are supported by provincial (FRQNT) and federal (NSERC) granting bodies.The ideal candidate will have a PhD degree with laboratory experience in optics and photonics, manipulation of lasers and fiber-optics, as well as publishing experience in scientific journals. The candidate is also expected to work on related projects with collaborators and mentor junior (under-)graduate researchers. An internationally competitive salary is offered for 1 year and is renewable after each year. The expected start of the position is in the beginning of 2018.APPLICATION PROCEDURE:We invite prospective candidates to send their CV (including the contact information of at least 2 potential referees) along with a cover letter to: Prof. Bora Ung, [email protected] Informal queries about this position are welcomed.
7605| University College Dublin, Mechanical & Materials Engineering| Senior Energy Systems Researcher, UCD School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (Temporary)| Energy Systems Integration Partnership Programme (ESIPP) is an €11m capacity building project co-funded by Science Foundation Ireland, industry and philanthropic donation. The collaborative project spans a number of disciplines, such as Electrical, Chemical and Mechanical Engineering, Geology, Mathematics, Economics, Finance, Consumer Behaviour and Technology Adoption. The ESIPP programme will focus on Energy Systems Integration (ESI) which is a multidisciplinary area ranging from science, engineering and technology to policy, economics, regulation and human behaviour. We are seeking a Senior Energy Systems Researcher, based in UCD, with experience in demand side analysis in the building energy sector. The ideal candidate should have experience of physics based simulation techniques, preferably in the building end use sector. Knowledge and application of data analytics or data mining techniques in the energy or a related arena are also considered to be essential criteria. The main responsibility of the position is to drive leading edge research in the specified field of work. See Job Description for more details.Salary: €40,000 - €52,000 per annumAppointment on the above range will be dependent on qualifications and experienceClosing Date: 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) Thursday 30th November 2017.Applications must be submitted by the closing date and time specified. Any applications which are still in progress at the closing time of 17:00hrs (Local Irish Time) on the specified closing date will be cancelled automatically by the system. UCD are unable to accept late applications.UCD do not require assistance from Recruitment Agencies. Any CVs submitted by Recruitment Agencies will be returned.Prior to application, further information (including application procedure) should be obtained from the Work at UCD website: https://www.ucd.ie/workatucd/jobs/.
7593| University of Canterbury, Biomolecular Interaction Centre| Postdoctoral Fellow in Carbohydrate Chemical Biology| Biomolecular Interaction Centre• Full-time at 37.5 hours per week (1.0 FTE)• Fixed-term (2.5 years)Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for a 2.5 year (30 month) fixed-term Postdoctoral Fellowship in Carbohydrate Chemical Biology to work under the leadership of Professor Antony Fairbanks. The project, funded by the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment (MBIE), concerns the manufacture of glycoproteins, and will entail aspects of molecular biology, protein expression and purification, enzymology, biocatalysis, and some carbohydrate and peptide chemistry.The successful candidate will hold a PhD in the chemical biology of carbohydrates, or a related area of glycoscience or a relevant closely related subject (e.g. in Biochemistry/Chemical Biology/Biocatalysis/Molecular Biology), or will have submitted a thesis prior to taking up the appointment. Relevant experience in the production and characterisation of glycoproteins will be a distinct advantage.The University of Canterbury is committed to promoting a world-class learning environment through research and teaching excellence, and has a vision statement of 'People Prepared to Make a Difference'. You will have the opportunity to work alongside members of a diverse academic community and enrich your own professional and personal development.For information about the range of benefits in joining UC please visit us online at: http://www.canterbury.ac.nz/joinusThe closing date for this position is: Friday, 5 January 2018.Applications for this position should include a cover letter, a CV including a full list of publications and the details of the two academic referees, and any additional attachments combined into one document and submitted online.Should you have queries in relation to the role, please forward these to Professor Antony Fairbanks: [email protected] you have any queries in relation to the application process, please contact Nikki Gibbs, Recruitment Coordinator: [email protected] University of Canterbury is an EEO employer and actively seeks to meet its obligation under the Treaty of Waitangi.
1040140| Michael Bailey Associates - Munich| Data Scientist| We are seeking a data specialist capable of analysing and integrating data from mobile medical devices, large multivariate clinical data sets and real-world data (such as medical claims) and using modern analysis techniques to improve how we extract medically relevant information from this wealth of data. This will require interest and competence across a range of applied fields, but focuses on Digital Health (wearables, ambient monitors, etc) for device assessement, implementation into clinical studies, as well as validation. Specifically, tasks may include evaluating and improving performance of published and new algorithms on clinical datasets, establishing software frameworks for efficient and effective data exploration, or scientific publication of results. Team: 10 - 15 peoples consisting of statisticians and scientists Workload: 100%, home office 20% possible after introduction phase Requirements: - MSc. (with 2-3 years of experience) or PhD in fields like computational science, life sciences, statistics, maths or physics - Experience in working with complex numerical challenges/tasksPlease note this is a Project/Contract role for a fixed terms of 6 months, with a possibility of extension depending on the project. Additionally candidates need to have a Swiss Work Permit or EU citizenship to be considered.Send your CVs Michael Bailey International is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
7585| University of Picardie Jules Verne, InsermU1088| Regenerative medicine and/or translational research Post-Doc in France| The French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Unit 1088) and the Facing-Face Institute (https://institut-faire-faces.eu/presentation/) are actively looking for the recruitment of a Post-doctorate researcher (two years contract).We are looking for highly motivated and academically outstanding candidates who want to pursue a scientific career in the fields of regenerative medicine and/or translational research. Strong candidates may have a background in stem cells research and regenarative medicine. Background in bone and vascular biologies will be welcomed but not mandatory. In the same way, we will consider applicants with a background in medicine and in biology (e.g., functional genomics, chemical biology, human genetics, molecular medicine, etc.) who have strong quantitative skills and a keen interest in pursuing systems medicine projects.*PROFILE :*· Autonomy, pro-active behavior and team spirit· Dynamic and open-minded personality, problem solving oriented· Rigor and Creativity.*EDUCATION :*· PhD in biology with 0-5 years post-doctoral experience.*COMPETENCES :*· Ability for designing research projects including short-term and long-term experimental plans, needs assessment, plannings, studies follow up (timelines, costs, deliverables)· Strong team player with a demonstrated ability to work independently to design experiments, interpret data, troubleshoot, and suggest next steps.· Leadership skills and entrepreneurial behaviors.· Excellent oral and written communication skills, work well independently and as a team member, and be able to work on multiple projects simultaneously. Ability to organize and communicate complex data sets in a clear and concise manner to key stakeholders from diverse backgrounds.· Ability to supervise trainees.· Experience and/or ability to learn in vivo models of surgery and transplantation techniques is also essential.*LANGUAGES :*· English: written / reading / spoken is required· French : written / reading / spoken is welcome but not mandatory.We offer a monthly salary of EUR 1,850 paid 12 times a year for the post-doctoral Training Fellow position (annual salary: EUR 22,200)Although funding is available for a two-year period to support the position, the selected candidate will be encouraged to apply for external peer-reviewed fellowships, as the research project is planed to evolved in a near futur.More details about the project will be obtained after being shortlisted in the first round of selection based on your motivation letter and application file.Please submit your application to "[email protected]" including the following:- A full CV with a publication list (two to three pages max)- Covering letter including the names and contact details of two referees (one page)- A one-page summary detailing how you fulfill each of the criteria in the job specification.- PDF copies of your best publications over the past 5 years
1040137| Michael Bailey Associates - Munich| Formulation Team Leader| My client, a pioneer in the field of Pharmaceutics and Biotechnolgy is looking to appoint a Formulation Scientist. You will contribute your expertise in the design and timely delivery of novel solid oral drug products. Alongside managing the developing of all formulation activities, you will also support and coach fellow team members to develop your scientific team. Your successful contribution to the overall Technical R& D will be your primary goal.Job purpose:To design, plan, perform, interpret and report results of scientific formulation experiments for the preparation and timely delivery of solid oral drug products incl. GMP manufacturing.Lead and manage all formulation activities, support & coach team members, participate in scientific teams and contribute to the overall Technical Research and Development strategies and goals.Major Accountabilities:As member of scientific teams within Technical Research and Development you will insure that high quality products are developed applying state of the art technologies, risk analysis and QbD methodologies.To achieve robust formulations and processes through optimization, scale-up and validation work and provision of the required documentation to allow worldwide registration.You will be working in multidisciplinary network organization and international teams and representing Pharmaceutical Development in external collaborations, which results in a wide range of scientific and strategic tasks.In this environment, facilitation, coaching and coordination skills are key to achieve sustainable performance.The development of new processing technologies and supervision of scientific projects are further options within this position.Key Performance Indicator(s)Interdisciplinary thinking and interest in collaboration with other functions.Excellent scientific leadership skills.Excellent knowledge of laboratory and/or technical tools (eg QbD, statistical software, PAT).Broad and profound understanding of development activities and processes in pharmaceutical sciences.Strong knowledge of relevant GLP, GMP regulations and policies.Successfully demonstrated track record of creativity and problem solving in projects.Strong presentation skills and scientific/technical writing skills.Excellent communication skills, organizational, planning and negotiation skills. Advanced coaching skills.Minimum requirementsThe ideal candidate will have a Master or PhD with focus on pharmaceutical sciences and technology (eg Pharmacy, Chemistry).Minimum 3+ years of successful industry experience in the development of pharmaceutical formulations (ideally oral dosage forms, solid understanding of QbD and biopharmaceutics).We expect a candidate to communicate fluently in English. German and/or French desired.Please send CVs or call.Michael Bailey International is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
7597| University of Santiago de Compostela| Six Postdoctoral positions: Biomedicine, Chemistry and Information Technology| The Network of Singular Research Centers at the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain) offers 6 postdoctoral positions for 2 years. Please read carefully the Call: International Postdoctoral Program 2017/2 – Campus Vida: http://campusvida.usc.es/en/postdoc2017-2/RESEARCH AREA OPENINGS• CiMUS: Neuroscience, Oncology, Cardiovascular, Endocrinology and Obesity, Experimental Therapies, Nanomedicine, Genomics and Biostatistics/Bioinformatics. See here the eligible research lines: http://campusvida.usc.es/en/postdoc2017-2/• CiQUS: Biological Chemistry, New Materials, Nanobiomaterials, Synthetic Methodology, Structural and Computational Chemistry. See here the eligible research lines: http://campusvida.usc.es/en/postdoc2017-2/• CiTIUS: Artificial vision, Autonomous Sensors, Data-to-Text and Machine Learning. See here the eligible research lines: https://citius.usc.es/n/1801RESUME AND BASIC REQUIREMENTS • Contract for two years. Gross salary of 30,000 €/year, negotiable according to candidate’s qualification and experience. Travel allowance of 1,100 €/year.• Contract includes medical care coverage, work accident insurance, as well as pension and unemployment benefits.• Training program in transversal skills: IPR, technology transfer, entrepreneurship, communication, etc.• Preference will be given to candidates who awarded their PhD after January 1st 2012 and with at least one year of postdoctoral experience (closing date). Fluent English is essential. • Candidates who have obtained the PhD at the University of Santiago de Compostela will not be eligible.• The estimated starting date is March-April 2018.EVALUATION AND SELECTION PROCEDUREStep 1: The Online Application will be scored according to the following evaluation criteria:• Scientific excellence: research experience, skills, scientific results, publications, awards… (up to 40 points)• Adequacy of the scientific background of the candidate to the selected research line (up to 15 points). • External References of the candidate (up to 15 points)• Motivation letter (up to 10 points)Only candidates with 55 points or higher are “pre-selected”, and they will be invited to the second step.Step 2: Research proposal. The evaluation criteria to be applied at step 2 will be:• Scientific quality and originality of the proposal and strategic relevance (up to 20 points)Pre-selected candidates will be given 2 weeks to prepare a brief research proposal, advised by the corresponding group (the submitted proposal needs his/her approval). Research proposals shall be submitted to [email protected], indicating in the subject: POSTDOC-CiMUS or POSTDOC-CiQUS or POSTDOC-CiTIUS. If necessary, pre-selected candidates could be contacted at this step for an online interview.APPLICATION AND DEADLINECandidates should fill out the Online Application Form and upload the following documents:• Copy (1 PDF file) of the PhD Certificate or substituting document issued by the corresponding University.• A CV (1 PDF file; follow the template is mandatory) including personal contact information, education, list of publications and any other relevant information, e.g. projects, awards, etc. Closing date for applications: 27.11.17 at 23h59 CET (UCT + 01:00) Contact information: [email protected], +34 881 816 410
7600| Newcastle University, Institute of Neuroscience| Research Assistant / Associate| We are seeking a programmer / software engineer to join our project researching stereoscopic (3D) vision in the praying mantis.A key duty will be to write code to generate visual stimuli for the behavioural and electrophysiological experiments. For consistency with other work in the lab, this will be in Matlab, using Psychophysics Toolbox and an in-house toolbox for behavioural experiments. You will write code to analyse, plot and interpret collected behavioural and electrophysiological data, helping group members to understand and build computational models of praying mantis behaviour.You will assist with other computational / programming needs around the lab as required, including developing experiment and data analysis code for student projects, supporting students in analysing and interpreting their results, and providing technical assistance with software-related issues. You will develop reusable code to automate repetitive data processing and analysis tasks, building on and extending our in-house toolbox where appropriate.Behavioural experiments involve the collection of data in various formats including videos of praying mantis responses to stimuli. You will develop algorithms to compute responses and other behavioural parameters from these videos, for example deciding whether the mantis made a tracking head movement to left or right, whether it made a strike, and extracting parameters such as the duration and range of the strike.You will participate on writing up experiments for publication as scientific papers, either as co-author or lead author depending on interest/experience/ability. The role also offers the opportunity for computational neuroscience research, developing quantitative models of mantis stereoscopic vision.
1040156| Huntress Search Ltd - IT Recruitment| Research Software Development Engineer - Machine Learning| Research Software Development Engineer (Machine Learning)My client, a global Powerhouse within the technology industry, is looking for a Research Software Development Engineer with a focus on Machine Learning to join their team in Cambridge on a contract until the end of June 2018 initially - The contract is paid as a pro-rata'd salary.The successful candidate will closely collaborate with a research team focused on supervised and reinforcement learning, especially using deep learning techniques. The successful candidate will implement, assess, and innovate models on complex new tasks and will contribute novel insights and AI applications. Role Skill Set Educated to Masters (required) or PhD (desired) level in Machine Learning, Computer Science or a related area, or proven comparable experience in applied Machine Learning.5+ years experience in software development, with a proven track record of building and shipping high-quality software.Strong proven experience in implementing and evaluating deep learning models.3+ years experience with a modern deep learning framework - a proven track record of substantial code contributions to such a framework is a strong plus.Ability to read and discuss scientific papers published at major Machine Learning conferences, and to implement and validate published models and training approaches.Experience with scalable data processing and/or container-based (eg Docker, Kubernetes) infrastructure a plus.Ability to effectively work and collaborate with a diverse team, eg, with backgrounds in research and applications, and diverse skill sets.Enthusiasm for working on state-of-the-art Machine Learning applications that push the boundary of what is currently possible. Key Results In close collaboration with product and research teams, implement and validate state-of-the-art supervised machine learning and reinforcement learning approaches in a novel application. Key Success Criteria and Business Impact The successful candidate succeeds in translating novel insights into validated state-of-the-art model and training pipelines and can effectively assess and communicate their performance in comparison to previous approaches. These form the basis of novel applications that qualitatively and noticeably improve over currently possible end-user experiences.Huntress does not discriminate on the grounds of 'protected characteristics' as defined under the Equality Act and other relevant UK legislation.Huntress acts as a Recruitment Agency in relation to all Permanent roles and as a Recruitment Business in relation to all Temporary roles.PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK.
7609| University of Edinburgh, Wellcome Centre for Cell Biology| Postdoctoral Research Associate| Vacancy reference: 041812A postdoctoral position is available in Jeyapraksh (JP) Arulanandam’s lab at the Wellcome Centre for Cell Biology, University of Edinburgh. The JP lab (http://jeyaprakash.ed.ac.uk) aims to understand the structural level mechanistic details of processes regulating error-free chromosome segregation. The successful candidate will combine protein biochemistry and structural biology with mammalian cell based assays to dissect the molecular details of how specific intermolecular protein interactions achieve stable centromere maintenance and accurate chromosome segregation during cell division. Applicants must have a PhD (or will shortly be awarded a PhD) with training in biochemistry, structural biology and cell biology. The successful candidate will be a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual with an outstanding academic track record, good communication skills and the ability to work as a team. Applicants with experience in single particle cryoEM and biochemistry are encouraged to apply.The post is for 24 months in the first instance with a possibility of extension.Closing date: 01 December 2017To apply please click the link below:https://www.vacancies.ed.ac.uk/pls/corehrrecruit/erq_jobspec_version_4.jobspec?p_id=041812
1040153| IO Associates| Senior Software Engineer Required for Exciting tech Start-up| iO Associates are currently recruiting on behalf of one of the most exciting technology start ups in the UK.The company specialise in the development of semiconductor technologies for use in and molecular diagnostics. Working with some of the best engineers in electronic systems development, you will be responsible for the development of electronic systems and Embedded technology. These systems include board-level electronics and custom mixed-signal integrated circuits designed by an in-house team of experienced electronic engineers. This is a software engineering position with a scientific background where you will be responsible for the development of primary data analysis algorithms and software tools lab automation and sequencing platform.In order to be considered for this role, you will need to be experienced in the following areas:-Proficient in Python - SciPy, NumPy, Pandas (other Scripting languages)-Excellent academic background in a relevant discipline with postgraduate level preferred-Algorithm development-Confident in a Linux environment and source code repository Git-MS. or PhD preferred in scientific fields like Applied Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry, Biomedical Engineering, Bioinformatics, Electrical Engineering or Computer Science.-Understanding and demonstrable skills in Real Time signal processing, data analysis, control theory, optimisation, pattern recognition and machine learning-Working knowledge of bioinformatics formats (FastQ, BAM, SAM, etc.)-Innovative problem-solving abilities, self-motivated and goal-orientedThis is an opportunity to join a business at the start of a brand new development project and really take your career to the next level.This position is priority number one for this company and they are looking to interview as early as this week so, if you are interested then please contact Josh Shaw at iO Associates or upload your CV on the link provided.
1040154| Cathcart Associates Limited| Computer Vision/Machine Learning Engineer| Computer Vision/Machine Learning Engineer wanted by a specialist technology company who are continuing to grow their Manchester Division.This is a rare opportunity to work on a suite of products that really make a difference to people's lives.The Company:You'll be joining a forward-thinking organisation who are keen to bring on an academically astute Computer Vision specialist into an already high performing team.They are experts in their field and after a sustained period of success, they have continued their growth with the acquisition of a competitor in 2016 to allow them to continue their upward trajectory.As they work all over the UK, Europe and the US you will have the opportunity to be involved across many business areas.You &The Role: A key part of an established Computer Vision team, you will be given real freedom to make this role your own. Although they have a strong leadership team, they are not big on micro management, you will be able to work off your own initiative from day one (more realistically day ten or eleven after an induction - otherwise you'll probably be wandering aimlessly).Anyway, this role is ideally suited for a PhD level academic, ideally with a Computer Vision focused thesis who has either recently graduated, doing a Post Doc or has ventured into industry and fancies a change of scenery.On a day to day basis, you will be working on a range of innovative solutions surrounding 3D imaging, Machine Learning, Neural Networks and Computer Vision, ideally on commercial data sets, however, university projects will be considered.From a programming perspective, the guys are happy to consider anyone with experience of R, Python, SPSS, Matlab - however, to really stand out, your weapon of choice will be C++.We can book in 1st stage interviews this week, so don't hesitate to apply!
1040152| Networkers| Technical Specialist - SMART Systems| Supporting developments in the areas of digital workplace, cyber physical systems, Artificial Intelligence and big data. Together with the team you will define and validate a Smart Systems technology plan that integrates top-down company strategy, bottom-up development technology roadmaps, and innovation partner strategy. Additionally, you will provide technical expertise to define and implement Smart Systems Proof of Concept (PoC) projects from 'Technology Insights' through to the handover to 'Product Development' according to a stage-gate processAs part of your Subject Matter Expertise you will maintain a technology radar covering potential technologies in the Smart Systems domain eg digital workplace technologies, cyber physical systems, Artificial Intelligence and big dataAdditionally you will:Build demonstrators and prototypes for customer on-premise scenarios including incorporating IoT devicesEvaluate new technologies for the Smart Systems portfolio - including giving recommendation reports describing their potential. Understand a specific technological area and be able to apply the technologies into prototypesProvide Delivery of design/architectures/concepts/software or hardware components in the form of prototypes or proof of conceptsAct as a contact point for the Lab in liaising with external organisations engaged with Smart System technologiesSupport preparation of white papers, technical concepts and other presentations to introduce a specific technology and its application to internal and external customers and stakeholdersContribute to project proposals for EU research and development programs (technical sections)To be considered for the role you will possess:University PhD degree in physics, computer science, information technologies, electronics and communication technologies, or other relevant disciplinePrevious experience of working in an ICT-based industry is preferred but not essentialAdvanced level of knowledge/technical competency in information and communication technologies software development languages and frameworks, SW/HW architectures and design as well as preferably in digital workplace technologies, cyber physical systems (sensors, datalinks, IoT platforms, software defined infrastructure), Artificial Intelligence (Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Distributed learning) and big dataFamiliarity and willingness to adopt Project management concepts PMP, PRINCE, SCRUM and appreciation of applying agile verses waterfall in an international setting is preferredRequirements to this position:University PhD degree in physics, computer science, information technologies, electronics and communication technologies, or other relevant disciplinePrevious experience of working in an ICT-based industry is preferable but not mandatoryAdvanced level of knowledge/technical competency in information and communication technologies software development languages and frameworks, SW/HW architectures and design as well as preferably in digital workplace technologies, cyber physical systems (sensors, datalinks, IoT platforms, software defined infrastructure), Artificial Intelligence (Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Distributed learning) and big dataDesirable Technical Skills Hardware prototyping with Arduino or Raspberry PiSoftware Web - full stackAPI'sWilling to experiment with quick prototypesnetwork configurationvirtualisationUser InterfacesFamiliarity and willingness to adopt Project management concepts PMP, PRINCE, SCRUM and appreciation of applying agile verses waterfall in an international settingProven communication skills - able to listen and understand multi-cultural workplace environment, also able to negotiate and influence a wide range of stakeholders (technical experts, business development and senior managers)High personal sense of responsibility and attention to detail. Target oriented and team-working style, but also able to work unsupervised and a proven self-starterInteractive, open-minded and able to work on a broad range of activities and interact with people with various backgroundsExcellent English skills (CAE Grade C2 spoken and written)Analytical approach and conceptual thinking ability to challenges to understand the critical pointsWilling to experiment and take calculated risksWillingness to travel in EU and globallyNetworkers acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc. Gattaca Plc provides support services to Networkers and may assist with processing your application.
1039950| Boston University School of Medicine| Postdoctoral Fellow| Position Description: An NIH-supported position is available for a post-doctoral fellow in Dr. Lee Quinton's laboratory at the Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Quinton and his colleagues in the Pneumonia Biology Group of the BU Pulmonary Center investigate molecular mechanisms controlling immune resistance and tissue resilience in response to respiratory infection. Approaches for doing so include but are not limited to genetic mouse models, ex vivo methodologies, bioinformatics, and more, with the ultimate goal of elucidating cells and signals both inside and outside of the lungs that control pneumonia biology. Dr. Quinton's research program is particularly focused on lung-liver communication during pneumonia, as well as molecular determinants of epithelial barrier integrity in the airways. Dr. Quinton's bibliography: &direction=descending BU Pneumonia biology: Education, training, experience: Eligibility: This position requires a PhD, MD, or equivalent doctoral degree. Experience in immunology and/or lung biology research is preferred but not essential. Please send your CV along with 2-3 references to: Lee J. Quinton Ph.D., Associate Professor of Medicine and Pathology About Our Institution: The Pulmonary Center is a fully-equipped state of the art research facility encompassing >20,000 square feet of research space on the Boston University Medical Campus. The Center is comprised of a highly collaborative group of investigators, with diverse areas of expertise, including but not limited to infection and immunity, lung development and regenerative medicine, clinical research science, and genomics and bioinformatics. The Center is internationally renowned for forging the successful careers of many lung researchers, which is enabled in large part by its long-standing 40+ year NIH (T32) sponsored training program. Boston University is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
7594| Natural Environment Research Council, National Oceanography Centre| Marine Carbonate / Analytical Chemist: Carbonate System Sensor Development| Marine Carbonate / Analytical Chemist: Carbonate System Sensor Development (Fixed Term, Full Time) Ocean Technology and Engineering Group (OTEG), Directorate of Science and Technology (DST), National Oceanography Centre (NOC), SouthamptonAbout the role:We are seeking a motivated scientist to undertake the development, optimisation and application of high performance analytical chemistry techniques for marine autonomous carbonate sensor systems. Working with a wider team of engineers, research staff, technical staff and students, you will undertake the development and optimisation of new and innovative sensors for marine carbonate chemistry parameters such as pH, dissolved inorganic carbon, total alkalinity and partial pressure of CO2. These sensors will be deployed widely in the environment including marine autonomous platforms and fixed monitoring stations. They will provide data for use in environmental and climate modelling, in industrial applications such as Carbon Capture and Storage and for improving our understanding of the world’s oceans.You will work with the wider Ocean Technology and Engineering group to optimise prototype in situ systems and the analytical techniques they employ. You will disseminate this work internally and externally through training, documentation, peer reviewed publications, patents and licensing agreements with external companies. You will support others in the group through training, analytical support, fieldwork, administrative functions and supervision of students and junior staff as required.The team has access to world class analytical laboratories, fabrication, testing and design facilities together with access to sea going and polar research logistics.This is a Fixed Term Appointment, available for three years offered on NERC terms and conditions and is open to internal and external candidates.Salary:The starting salary for this position will be £28,200 to £32,130 per annum (Band 6).Hours of Work: The hours of working are full time, 37 hours per week, Monday to Friday. About you:We seek applicants who can work collaboratively in multidisciplinary teams, with expertise in seawater analysis and the ability to rapidly learn and become expert in new techniques. A Bachelors or Masters Degree and PhD in Analytical Chemistry, Marine Chemistry, Chemical Oceanography or closely related discipline is required. Prior theoretical knowledge of marine carbonate chemistry and practical experience in carbonate chemistry analysis are highly desirable although not essential. You will have a portfolio of work, including publications in leading journals demonstrating your ability to deliver solutions to complex measurement problems and to quickly master new techniques.What we can offer you:The NOC is committed to making the NOC ‘a great place to be, where our people succeed and deliver great work’. The NOC is committed to being recognised as a flexible employer to support employees’ work and personal commitments where possible. Our flexi-time system and flexible working policy contribute to this important aim.In return for your talents, we offer a competitive remuneration package, including an RCUK pension scheme, 30 days annual leave with a further 14 Public/local days off and free car parking. Opportunities for further training and development are supported. For more information, visit Working at NOC.About us:The National Oceanography Centre (NOC), part of the Natural Environment Research Council, is a national research organisation, delivering integrated marine science and technology from the coast to the deep ocean and is one of the top five institutions of its kind in the world. With sites in Liverpool and Southampton, it is the UK’s leading centre for sea level science, coastal and deep ocean research and technology development. Working closely with its partners and associates, it provides capability to meet needs across the UK marine science community (http://noc.ac.uk/). For general enquiries regarding this role, please contact Dr. Socratis Loucaides at [email protected] From April 2018, the NOC, a component part of the Natural Environment Research Council, will be part of UK Research and Innovation. UK Research and Innovation will bring together the seven Research Councils, Innovate UK and a new organisation, Research England. The vision for the new organisation is to be the best research and innovation organisation in the world. More information can be found online at http://www.ukri.org. From April 2018, you will be employed by UK Research and Innovation.Our Commitment as an Employer:The NOC is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. People with disabilities and those from ethnic minorities are currently under-represented and their applications are particularly welcome. The NOC is an Investors in People organisation and is working towards achieving Bronze status for Athena SWAN – a scheme that recognises excellence in women's employment in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM) in UK higher education. There is a guaranteed Interview Scheme for suitable candidates with disabilities.How to apply: All internal and external applications are handled by the UK Shared Business Services Ltd (UK SBS). For further information about the role and to apply, please visit our website at http://www.topcareer.jobs/Vacancy/irc243170_7646.aspx quoting reference number IRC243170. To apply, please submit an up-to-date CV (including covering letter explaining how your skills and experience meet the requirements of the role). If you are unable to apply online, please contact us by telephone on 00 44 (0) 1793 867000. Closing date: 3 December 2017Interview date: It is proposed that interviews will take place during week commencing 11 December 2017.
7576| Sheffield Hallam University, Faculty of Arts, Computing, Engineering and Sciences (ACES) Materials Engineering Research Institute (MERI)| Postdoctoral Research Associate (Manufacturing Immortality)| Postdoctoral Research Associate (Manufacturing Immortality)Faculty of Arts, Computing, Engineering and Sciences (ACES)Materials Engineering Research Institute (MERI)Fixed-term for 36 monthsFull time£26,495 to £32,548 dependent on experienceThis exciting and challenging EPSRC-funded project is at the forefront of an emerging multidisciplinary research programme at the interface of the physical and life sciences. It seeks to facilitate a step-change in UK manufacturing through the development of evolvable bio-hybrid products with the inherent capacity to autonomously sense and repair damage over their life course. To achieve this ambitious aim, the project brings together a team of seven UK Universities, physically located at recognised centres of excellence in their respective fields, and leverages significant industrial and stakeholder support. As the Sheffield Hallam Postdoctoral Research Associate, your work will focus upon the development of functional inorganic materials capable of integration into "immortal systems" and on hybrid integration and proof of concept studies. As well as a relevant PhD, you will have hands-on experience with characterisation of inorganic materials using techniques such as XRD, XRF, SEM, Raman, thermal analysis, optical spectroscopies and mechanical property analysis. The ability to work effectively both independently and in teams is essential.For non EU applicants please be advised that due to a new minimum salary threshold of £30,000 per annum imposed by the UK Visas and Immigration we may not be able to offer a certificate of sponsorship for this job. The majority of our new employees normally start at the bottom the appropriate grade, although the chair of the appointment panel can recommend a higher starting salary taking into account things like relevant skills and experience.Please quote job number: 035242 Closing date: 03/12/17 at 23.30pm To find out more about working at Sheffield Hallam University please visit http://www.shu.ac.uk/jobsTo apply, or get more information about this post, please click on the apply button below.
7584| University of Edinburgh| Postdoctoral Research Fellow - Biomedical Sciences| Location: EdinburghRef: 041699 University of Edinburgh Deanery of Biomedical Sciences - 21-month projectAn opportunity has arisen for a post-doctoral researcher to join a Kidney Research UK-funded project dedicated to improving the realism of human iPS-derived renal organoids, by applying techniques we have already developed in the analogous murine system. The work involves iPS cell culture, organoid formation, micro-manipulation, microscopy, molecular analysis and tissue engineering. All will be done in culture (there is no in vivo work involved). The ideal applicant would have a background in nephrology, organogenesis, stem cell biology or tissue engineering.Interested candidates can contact [email protected] for more informationFor further particulars and to submit an application visit our website www.vacancies.ed.ac.ukClosing Date: 24 November 2017
7581| Division of Radiotherapy and Imaging, ICR, The Institute of Cancer Research| Postdoctoral Training Fellow| 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 FRS, 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 vacancy exists in the Radiotherapy Physics Modelling Research group of The Joint Department of Physics for a Postdoctoral Training Fellow to perform research on the development and validation of automated MRI-based treatment planning.We are seeking an accomplished and driven enthusiastic physicist/engineer or computer scientist with a strong background in computational methods and software development. You will be part of a CRUK funded Accelerator network grant ‘ARTNET’. This network of five leading RT centres in the UK (The Christie, UCL, Oxford, Leeds, ICR/The Royal Marsden Hospital) will support the acceleration of implementing advanced treatment technologies and protocols into clinical practice.You must hold a PhD degree in physical, mathematical or computer sciences, and must have demonstrable experience of programming scientific software as well as experience of image processing.The Joint Department of Physics at ICR/RMH focuses on the application of physics and engineering to cancer research ranging from fundamental research to the support of patient treatments. We operate a core hour system between 10am and 3pm for general open meetings.
1040136| Oxford Genetics Ltd| Scientist - Antibody Discovery| Oxford Genetics, a leader in synthetic biology, is a specialised contract research organisation offering services to support the discovery, development and production of biologics, with a particular focus on viral vectors for gene therapy applications. A unifying theme across the portfolio is expertise in DNA design, expression system optimisation, cell line development and engineering of viral delivery systems. We are located within purpose-fitted laboratories at the Oxford Science Park, just South of Oxford. We are in a phase of rapid expansion and are seeking highly motivated and enthusiastic scientists and engineers to join the team and help facilitate the next stage of our development as a company. We aim to be both innovative and entrepreneurial in everything we do - join us and contribute to this exciting journey! ROLE OVERVIEW: The Scientist - Antibody Discovery will be involved in a range of internal platform development and commercial projects, predominantly focused on expanding antibody discovery technologies and platforms at Oxford Genetics. OG has several on-going programmes in this area, and multiple government supported grant awards, towards which the recipient will contribute. Scientist colleagues are expected to drive and lead specific projects and areas of research from the bench, while providing support and training to technicians working in the group. The position will involve extensive interaction with both internal and external stakeholders, and the ability to show commitment to scientific development and innovation are considered essential. Prior experience in generating antibody candidates from libraries, particularly in the context of mammalian display is particularly desirable, as is subsequent expression, characterisation and profiling of lead molecules. Oxford Genetics efforts in this area are supported by a grant form Innovate UK, and this role will be instrumental in driving the project forward both internally and with collaborating parties. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Work closely with internal and external stakeholders to define project goals and deliverables, in line the planned project objectives To keep up to date with the scientific literature and developments in the field Set an example to other colleagues, and to train junior staff in appropriate techniques Provide project summaries and reporting, as required Promote and suggest implementation of new methods, technologies and processes to ensure best practice Support line manager with customer interactions, and in ensuring smooth running of the group. To adhere strictly to established quality standards, essential for on-going activities Provide accurate record keeping at all times. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS OR EXPERIENCE NEEDED: PhD/DPhil in biology/biochemistry or similar field, or MSc with extensive experience (>4 years) Experience working in a commercial/industry setting relevant to the role (>2 years) is preferred PREFERRED SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Mammalian cell culture techniques and methods for both adherent and suspension cell lines (cell line maintenance, transfection, selection and cloning would be desirable) Flow cytometry and cell sorting (including experimental design, instrument use and data processing) Experience working with antibody screening technologies Generation and engineering of viral vectors, ideally lentivirus An engineering mindset - good ability to utilize statistical approaches to optimize processes and procedures ​ Candidates must be eligible to work in the United Kingdom without sponsorship.
7606| BioMed X Innovation Center| Research Group Leader (m/f) Rapid Identification of Auto-Antigens in Autoimmune Diseases| EmployerBioMed X Innovation Center, Im Neuenheimer Feld 515, 69120 Heidelberg, GermanyAbout BioMed XThe BioMed X Innovation Center is an exciting new collaboration model at the interface between academia and industry. At our center, distinguished early career scientists recruited from all over the world are working jointly on novel pre-clinical research projects in the fields of biomedicine, molecular biology, cell biology, diagnostics, and consumer care. These interdisciplinary project teams are conducting groundbreaking biomedical research in an open innovation lab facility on the campus of the University of Heidelberg, Germany. They are working under the guidance of experienced mentors from academia and industry while expanding their scientific network and receiving entrepreneurship and leadership training.Each BioMed X project team is sponsored by an industry partner: The sponsor of this call for application is Janssen Research & Development.What we are looking forApplications are welcome from early career scientists with an outstanding track record in the field of:Rapid Identification of Auto-Antigens in Autoimmune DiseasesJanssen Research & Development is seeking new platform technologies or concepts which lead to identification of antigens recognized by T cells involved in autoimmune responses.Proposed experimental approaches should include the development and validation of novel antigen screening platforms that can rapidly decode the specificities of autoreactive T cells from patient samples. Ideally, the identified T cell epitopes should link back to relevant tissue-specific proteins that are targeted in disease. Screening approaches may incorporate a combination of in vitro, in vivo and in silico (bioinformatics) methods. As part of the project, the novel approach should be validated in a disease context of organ-specific autoimmune diseases, including but not limited to rheumatoid arthritis (RA), type 1 diabetes (T1D), multiple sclerosis (MS), or psoriasis. Validation in context of deciphering novel tumor T cell epitopes in immune-oncology may also be considered, however the approach should be exclusive of simply identifying mutated neo-epitopes and related screening strategies. Proposals building on very original ideas supported by first experimental findings are particularly encouraged.Group leader positions are intended to suit candidates with typically between four and eight years of postdoctoral experience who would like to develop themselves towards a leadership career path either in academia or industry. What we offerThe posts are offered for an initial term of two years, with the possibility of prolongation for up to two additional years, and an option for a permanent position.As part of the research group in the above-mentioned field the posts include a generous funding package covering salaries, consumables, services, travels, as well as access to the core facilities of neighboring research institutions and biotechnology companies in Heidelberg.There is flexibility over starting dates, but successful applicants are welcome to take up post starting April 1, 2018.Application & Selection ProcessApplications are to be made online at apply.bio.mx.Only applications received before December 10, 2017 will be considered. As part of the online application procedure candidates will be required to enter detailed information about their previous work and submit a competitive project proposal.After a first selection round, candidates will be invited to a five-day innovation boot camp in Heidelberg. The invitation includes full coverage of travel expenses, accommodation, sightseeing, and food for the entire workshop which will take place from February 23 to 27, 2018. With guidance of experienced mentors, candidates will jointly work on their project proposals and present them in front of a jury on the final day. Successful candidates will be offered a position at the BioMed X Innovation Center.
7575| Trinity College Dublin, Department of Geography| Research Fellow (ERC Post-Doctoral Researcher) - Financialisation of Households| Post Title: Research Fellow (ERC Post-Doctoral Researcher) - Financialisation of HouseholdsPost Status: approx. 3-Year Full-Time or Part-Time Salary: €36,488 - €41,003 (ca. £32,500 - £36,600; US$ 42,900 - US$48,200).Application via email to: [email protected] Application deadline: on Monday 27th November 2017 (12 noon, local Irish time)Please note: This post is tenable from the 15th January 2018 (or soon after). The successful candidate should be in place no later than 20th March 2018.Location: GEOFIN Project within the Finance, Economy & Society (FES) Research Group, Department of Geography, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin, Ireland.Funding body: European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant (Project 683197)Post SummaryERC-funded research project GEOFIN (Western Banks in Eastern Europe: New Geographies of Financialisation) based in the Department of Geography, Trinity College Dublin, is seeking to appoint a Research Fellow (ERC Post-Doctoral Researcher) with experience in conducting household surveys and interviews, to lead research on financialisation of households. The position is offered for 3 years on a Full-Time basis, but Part-Time arrangement will also be considered. The key aim of GEOFIN project is to examine how states, banks and households in post-socialist contexts of East-Central Europe have been financialised and to consider what implications this has for the societies in question and for Europe as a whole. The successful applicants will be a core member of the GEOFIN team – led by Dr Martin Sokol (Associate Professor in Geography and GEOFIN’s Principal Investigator) and including 3 other Post-Doctoral Researchers (financialisation of states; financialisation of banks; and financial futures); two Research Assistants based in East-Central Europe (household case studies); a PhD student (sub-national banking strategies) and a Research Project Officer. The successful candidate will be expected to collaborate closely with other team members based in Dublin and to oversee/coordinate the work of two Research Assistants based in East-Central Europe. The successful candidates will be hosted in the Department of Geography, School of Natural Sciences, on the main Trinity Campus and will become a member of the Finance, Economy & Society (FES) Research Group directed by Dr Martin Sokol.Person SpecificationQualifications (Essential)The successful candidate will hold a PhD in human geography, sociology, anthropology or a related area.• Knowledge, Skills & Experience (Essential):• Good knowledge of financialisation literature• Excellent research skills relevant to the post• Experience in conducting (and/or managing) households surveys• Experience in conducting interviews (e.g. with households, NGOs, community groups, or similar)• Ability to analyse and interpret secondary data (e.g. data on mortgage lending, consumer credit, household indebtedness)• Ability to perform documentary analysis (e.g. policy or regulatory documents)• Experience in presenting research findings at (international) conferences• Potential of developing a track record of publishing in leading international peer-reviewed journals• Excellent communication skills• Excellent command of the English language (in both written and oral form)• Ability to work both independently and in a team• Ability to think independently and to overcome difficulties in research process• Willingness to acquire new skills as required for the implementation of the projectKnowledge, Skills & Experience (Desirable):The following attributes may be of advantage, but are not necessary for a successful application:• Track record in publishing in leading international peer-reviewed journals and/or books• Experience in analysing quantitative data• Experience in GIS or other mapping software• Experience in managing websites and/or using social media for research dissemination• Experience in organising research seminars, workshops and/or other events• Knowledge of other European languages pertinent to the project – especially those used in East-Central Europe**• Knowledge of relevant international, European or national regulatory frameworks and/or institutional landscapes• Knowledge of post-socialist transformations in East-Central Europe• Pre-existing contacts in East-Central Europe pertinent to the project• Experience in attracting and securing research funding** Please note that these language skills are not a pre-condition for a successful applicationInformal enquiries concerning the post should be addressed to Dr Martin Sokol: [email protected] info and full Job Specification is available at:https://www.tcd.ie/Geography/research/gof/GEOFIN.php
1040151| Understanding Recruitment| Software Developer (Gaussian Processes, AI)| Software Developer (Gaussian Processes, AI)We are seeking a Software Developer (Gaussian Processes, AI) to join our Artificial Intelligence startup. We spun out of one of the global leading academic institutions, we have a highly academic team and as a Research Engineer/Software Developer you will be developing complex algorithms that will provide intricate insights into big data problems. We are going to automate a cloud based platform that will rival leading institutions worldwide. Our Research Engineer/Software Developer will be a confident coder who will be able to work alongside our Machine Learning Engineers translating their research in Gaussian Processes and Time Series Forecasting into a truly disruptive platform.If you are a Software Developer with a true passion for Machine Learning and innovative tech, we want to hear from you. Particularly if are from a research/PhD background with experience working in Python, Java or C++.What we can offer a Software Developer (Gaussian Processes, AI):A true 'early-stage' startup environment with no bureaucracyA chance for you to be a forward-thinking Research Engineer/Software Developer; to work with freedom in an environment with pushes creativity.To be a part of a startup that has plans to change the technologies we use in the future.To be challenged on a daily basis in our brand-new offices in the heart of Oxford. Key Skills Software Developer (Gaussian Processes, AI): Python, Java, Core Java, Server Side Java, Back End Java, C, R, x86 Assembly, Distributed Algorithms. Distributed systems, BSc, MSc, MPhil, PhD, Post-Doc, Research, R&D, startup, Multithreading. Machine Learning, AI, Artificial Intelligence, NLP, Natural Language Processing. Location: Central OxfordApply now for immediately consideration regarding this excellent opportunity!Understanding Recruitment is acting as an employment agency for this vacancy.
1040155| Understanding Recruitment| Computer Vision Engineer (ROS, Autonomous Vehicles)| Computer Vision Engineer (ROS, Autonomous Vehicles):Our year-old Bristol based startup are seeking a talented Computer Vision Engineer (ROS, Autonomous Vehicles) to join our team as we move forward in next generation autonomous vehicle technology. As a Computer Vision Engineer you will join our early age startup as we move forward tacking a market which will be worth five billion dollars within 3 years. We are looking for a Computer Vision Engineer who wants to use the newest Computer Vision Techniques (SLAM, 3D Geometry, Deep Learning, ROS, Autonomous Vehicles) who shares our vision to challenge leading industry giants; aiming to be leaders within our sector within a few years.As a Computer Vision Engineer you will be able to have autonomy over your own work within our fast-developing startup; working with top academic talent with years of experience with Computer Vision and Robotics. You will be challenged, learn and will improve your skills within Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence for autonomous vehicles!Strong Salary/Shares on offer. What we can offer a Computer Vision Engineer:A true 'early-stage' startup environment with no bureaucracy.A chance to use cutting edge techniques within Machine Learning and Computer VisionA chance for you to be a forward thinking SLAM/Computer Vision Engineer to work with freedom in an environment with pushes creativity.To be in an innovative environment in the centre of Bristol's tech scene. Key Skills Include: Software Developer/Software Engineer, Computer Vision, SLAM, 3D Geometry Machine Learning, ML, Artificial Intelligence, ROS, Autonomous Vehicles, Deep Learning, Reinforcement Learning, Deep Neural Networks, DNN, Java, C++, Python, Scala, Game Engine, Unity, Computer Graphics, Caffe, Theano, ML tools, Open CV, PhD, BSc, MSc, Research, Linux, Git, Computer Vision.Understanding Recruitment is acting as an employment agency for this vacancy.
1040114| Ignite Digital Talent| Computer Vision 3D SLAM Scientist/Developer| My elite global giant is seeking computer Vision Deep/Machine Learning Scientist 3D Developer with SLAM and Image Processing scientists/modelling Developers/C++/Open GL, SLAM - This project is bleeding edge and involves SLAM, Mathematics modelling, image processing, Dense estimation, 3D - mapping and location. This is highly scientific mathematically and modelling - therefore PhD is preferred as its very complx
1039951| Sheppard Pratt Health System| Postdoctoral Fellow (Center for Eating Disorders)| Job description: Req #: 12860 Department: Eating Disorders Inpatient Unit Schedule: Full-Time Shift: Days with an occasional weekend shift Hours: Day shift Hours Per Week: 40 Minimum Education Required: PhD or PsyD Job Details: The Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt is one of the nation's leading programs for the treatment of children, teens, and adults with eating disorders. As a Postdoctoral Fellow you: Will work primarily day shift Monday-Friday but also provide coverage for weekends/snow days/holidays, on a rotating basis, as needed. Anticipated start date for this position is August/September 2017. Provide direct psychological services to assigned specialized individual patients and groups Interview patients to obtain psychological history Complete written psychological assessments Participate in treatment planning Conduct individual and group therapy using the therapeutic framework appropriate to the patient's needs and the program's treatment philosophy (e.g., psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, DBT, etc.) Monitor patients' progress Work closely with assigned supervisor to improve clinical skill; attend supervision sessions; and respond constructively to clinical feedback and supervision Communicate effectively with the multi-disciplinary treatment team Maintain patient documentation in accordance with program and Health System requirements Administer and score psychological tests Provide specialized consultation and assessments May be responsible for completing all discharge summaries for patients for whom assigned as primary therapist. Education, training, experience: Completion of Ph.D. or Psy.D. degree program from a school of psychology accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA), which included supervised practicum, internships, field or laboratory training appropriate to the practice of psychology. Please send CV, three letters of recommendation, and cover letter to Dr. Irene Rovira: or 6535 North Charles St., Suite 300, Baltimore, MD 21204
7568| Université de Lorraine, Faculty of Pharmacy| Development of a co-culture cell model for nanotoxicology studies| A two-year Post Doctoral position is vacant as of 1 December 2017, at University of Lorraine, Nancy, France.The framework of this job is defined by the Smartnanotox project (http://www.smartnanotox.eu/).This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 686098. Our participation in the project is to assess the toxicity of nanomaterials in vitro by transcriptome studies. We address main respiratory toxicity pathways for a representative set of nanomaterials, in identifying the molecular initiating events, the key events and the adverse outcome of these pathways. These data will be related to the physico-chemical properties of the nanoparticles and will be of help to modelize bio/nano interrelationship by in silicio modelling.The successful candidate will develop co-culture on the air-lung interface (ALI) system developed by Vitrocell® to assess the toxicity of relevant nanomaterials for the consortium.The candidate will be involved in intensive interdisciplinary collaborations with the 10 partners of the project.The housing team is moving for a very attractive environment at UMR-CNRS 7198, Institut Jean Lamour, one of the most famous French and European la on material sciences.Educational qualificationsThe applicant should have a completed PhD in cell biology, or toxicology.We are seeking candidates with a background in cell biology. Favored practical skills involve co-culture, cell toxicity assays. Air-liquid interface cell exposure system knowledge is an asset. An excellent english language proficiency is mandatory.Contact Dr Olivier Joubert [email protected] publications of the group:Elaboration of Sterically Stabilized Liposomes for S-Nitrosoglutathione Targeting to Macrophages.Diab R, Virriat AS, Ronzani C, Fontanay S, Grandemange S, Elaissari A, Foliguet B, Maincent P, Leroy P, Duvaj RE, Rihn BH, Joubert O.J Biomed Nanotechnol. 2016 Jan;12(1):217-30.Comment on "Protein Corona Fingerprinting Predicts the Cellular Interaction of Gold and Silver Nanoparticles".Rihn BH, Joubert O.ACS Nano. 2015 Jun 23;9(6):5634-5. doi: 10.1021/acsnano.5b00459. Human monocyte response to S-nitrosoglutathione-loaded nanoparticles: uptake, viability, and transcriptome.Safar R, Ronzani C, Diab R, Chevrier J, Bensoussan D, Grandemange S, Le Faou A, Rihn BH, Joubert O.Mol Pharm. 2015 Feb 2;12(2):554-61. doi: 10.1021/mp5006382. Epub 2015 Jan 14.Drug delivery by polymeric nanoparticles induces autophagy in macrophages.Eidi H, Joubert O, Némos C, Grandemange S, Mograbi B, Foliguet B, Tournebize J, Maincent P, Le Faou A, Aboukhamis I, Rihn BH.Int J Pharm. 2012 Jan 17;422(1-2):495-503. doi: 10.1016/j.ijpharm.2011.11.020. Epub 2011 Nov 22.
7583| Medical Research Council, Laboratory of Molecular Biology| Cellular Electron Microscopy Specialist| Cellular Electron Microscopy Specialist – Cellular Biology Salary range £30,464 – £51,023MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge UK The Cell Biology division at MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB) wishes to recruit a specialist in cellular electron microscopy. The post will involve supporting multiple research projects within the institute, and implementation of new techniques including correlative microscopy and cryo-EM methods. There is also scope for the post-holder to manage an independent project if appropriate. Applicants should be able to demonstrate extensive experience in standard resin-embedding, sectioning, staining and electron microscopy imaging of cell or tissue samples, and ideally will have familiarity with more advanced approaches such as high-pressure freezing or electron tomography. The successful applicant will be appointed to a permanent post either at the higher level of Band 3 involving managerial responsibility for electron microscopy support, or at Band 4.For further information please email Ben Nichols, [email protected] for the MRC provides a whole host of benefits including a final salary pension scheme, Benenden Healthcare membership and excellent holiday entitlement. You will also have access to employee shopping/travel discounts, on site sport and social facilities, as well as salary sacrifice cycle to work schemes and childcare vouchers. For further information of the research undertaken at the LMB, please visit:http://www2.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk To apply and access full details of the vacancy please visit our job board at https://mrc.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/appcentre-1/candidate/postings/740.If you are unable to apply online please contact us at [email protected] date: 29th November 2017Final appointments will be subject to a pre-employment screening.The Medical Research Council is an Equal Opportunities Employer who participates in the Disability Confident scheme
1040134| Michael Bailey Associates - Munich| Biocomputational Scientist| Fantastic new opportunity has arisen to join a pioneering pharmaceutical company as we are recruiting for a Scientist within Computational Biology. You will be involved projects within Preclinical Safety, primarily supporting analysis, integration and biological interpretation of NGS-based data (RNAseq, ChIPseq, ATACseq, Bisulfite-seq etc) in support R&D. As part of a cross-disciplinary team, you will have the opportunity to influence the design of experiments and collaborate with project-based scientists to interactively support analysis of NGS data. Applying cutting-edge pipelines and analysis tools, you will not only deliver analysis results, but also provide customized solutions for visualization and data exploration. You will be a PhD-level computational biologist with a biological background, wet lab awareness, and extensive experience in NGS data analysis. You have a deep and flexible understanding of biological questions and pro-active attitude towards your cross-disciplinary collaborators (biologist, computational scientists, drug discovery teams). You have an excellent understanding of the statistical and mathematical methods used for analysis of genomics data. You will have profound experience and interest in Epigenetics. Skills & Experiences: PhD/PostDoc in Computational Biology, Epigenomic Data Science Minimum two years' experience working in Epigenetics Research, in academic or drug-discovery settings. Strong experience with NGS data analysis Excellent programming skills in R. Knowledge of other programming languages would be a plus. Confidence working in a UNIX environment Excellent communication skills, flexibility and ability to work with people from different backgrounds Please send CVs or callMichael Bailey International is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
7614| Massey Institute of Food Science and Technology, College of Sciences| Postdoctoral Fellow: Future foods and ingredients with novel functionality| The Riddet Institute is a world-best research centre in food and nutritional sciences, providing fundamental scientific understanding and training for a new generation of science leaders. The Institute integrates partner organisations (Massey University (host), Auckland and Otago Universities, AgResearch and Plant and Food Research) and disciplines, leading a 'NZ Inc' approach to food research, and generates knowledge and capability that transforms the New Zealand food industry.We are seeking high-achieving researchers to undertake three postdoctoral research projects as part of the Riddet Institute CoRE programme. This specific project is broadly in Future foods and ingredients with novel functionality.Main Supervisor: Professor Harjinder Singh, Riddet Institute, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.Other Supervisors: Professor Manohar Garg, Professor Paul Moughan, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.The Postdoctoral Fellow/Research Officer will form part of a multidisciplinary team investigating how food structures with predetermined digestive behaviours can be assembled into food systems that are able to deliver the required in-body functionality.The essence of this project is to synthesise existing knowledge on food structures and nutrient delivery and develop new structured food ingredients and products that could be used by the food industry.The successful candidate will have completed a PhD in food science and technology, food engineering, product development or related disciplines with preference given to someone with expertise in formulations, industrial product development and food functionality.Applicants without a PhD degree but with considerable industry experience in product development/innovation will also be considered.The salary will depend on experience but will be in the range for Postdoctoral Fellows at Massey University, with appointment for a term of two years.Applicants please send your CV including a statement of your research interests and goals and at least two referees, plus your university transcripts when uploading your application to the following website: http://jobs.massey.ac.nzEmail enquiries regarding the position can be sent to [email protected] date: January 2018Reference number: A374-17JKFor further information and to apply online, visit: http://massey-careers.massey.ac.nz/
7612| Massey Institute of Food Science and Technology, College of Sciences| Postdoctoral Fellow - Effects of dietary components on digestion and nutrient uptake kinetics| The Riddet Institute is a world-best research centre in food and nutritional sciences, providing fundamental scientific understanding and training for a new generation of science leaders. The Institute integrates partner organisations (Massey University (host), Auckland and Otago Universities, AgResearch and Plant and Food Research) and disciplines, leading a 'NZ Inc' approach to food research, and generates knowledge and capability that transforms the New Zealand food industry.We are seeking high-achieving researchers to undertake postdoctoral research projects as part of the Riddet Institute CoRE programme. This specific project is broadly in digestive physiology and nutrient uptake kinetics. The Postdoctoral Fellow/Research Officer will form part of a multidisciplinary team in nutrition, digestive physiology and the kinetics of nutrient uptake from food by the human body.Main supervisor: Professor Warren McNabb, Riddet Institute, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.Other Supervisors: Professor Paul Moughan, Riddet Institute, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.The Postdoctoral Fellow/Research Officer will form part of a multidisciplinary team in nutrition, digestive physiology and the kinetics of nutrient uptake from food by the human body.The essence of this project is to develop new understanding of the complex interactions between the structural aspects of the components of food, proteins, fats, carbohydrates etc. on their digestion. This will include the additional complexity of considering different foods when consumed as a meal. The focus of the project is to assess the effect of interactions on gut physio-chemistry, digestion and absorption kinetics.Techniques such as isotopic labelling, in vitro/ex vivo digestion and fermentation models, a gut-cannulated, blood-vessel-catheterised pig model and human nutritional trials will be used to study the effects of dietary components on stomach and intestinal digesta properties, transit times, nutrient uptake, the kinetics of nutrient uptake, endogenous protein flows, digesta mucin production, enzyme activities, plasma metabolites and satiety-related plasma hormones.The successful candidate will have completed a PhD in nutrition, digestive physiology or related disciplines with preference given to someone with expertise in digestive physiology and the kinetics of nutrient uptake.The salary will depend on experience but will be in the range for Postdoctoral Fellows at Massey University, with appointment for a term of two years.Applicants please send your CV including a statement of your research interests and goals and at least two referees, plus your university transcripts when uploading your application to the following website: http://jobs.massey.ac.nzEmail enquiries regarding the position can be sent to [email protected] must hold a PhD in a suitable discipline and demonstrated experience of previous postgraduate research relevant to one of these three topics.Please refer to the specifics of the individual projects and their requirements in the 'information for applicants' as you must clearly specify the project you are applying for and describe why you are the best candidate for the appointment.Email enquiries regarding the positions can be sent to [email protected] date: 7 January 2018Reference number: A375-17MAFor further information and to apply online, visit: http://massey-careers.massey.ac.nz/

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