-The candidate is required to have a PhD or equivalent degree in natural or medical science. -Excellent scientific track record, including at least one publication as first author in a high quality, peer reviewed international journal. International experience is desirable. -Prior experience in biochemistry, immunofluorescence microscopy, cell culture and/or protein chemistry techniques is desirable. -Knowledge in genetics and biology, cell signaling, high-throughput protein-protein interactions, or chromatin biology would be considered a distinct advantage. -Prior experience in high resolution mass spectrometry (LTQ Orbitrap Velos or Q-Exactive) is desirable, but not a requirement. -Good communication skills in English, both oral and written. Knowledge in bioinformatics or skills in statistical computational environment such as “R” is an advantage, but not a requirement -An analytical aptitude for devising innovative scientific or technical solutions. -Demonstrate enthusiasm, motivation, flexibility and confidence. – The candidate is expected to drive his/her own research project, actively participating in laboratory meetings and helping to train students.
Scholarship Deadline: 26 February, 2012
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