The research areas of this scholarship are: Fellowship is awarded for working in the field of Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry and PET imaging at the Department of Chemistry, .
Who can apply to this scholarship? Applicants must have a:
· PhD in Radiochemistry or Radiopharmaceutical Chemistry or other corresponding education equivalent to a Norwegian doctoral degree, with experience in PET radiochemistry and radiotracer synthesis.
· Working experience with short
· lived radionuclides and covalent labeling procedures.
· Excellent communication skills and good command of English in both, oral and written form are a prerequisite.
· Candidates with an excellent command of a Scandinavian language may be given priority.
· Ability and commitment to work flexibly, under pressure and to deadlines in order to meet logistic requirements.
· Ability to contribute to multidisciplinary teams involving biologists, chemists, clinicians and physicists.
· Ability to acquire a working knowledge of areas outside of the current field of expertise.
· Previous experience in the development and application of PET radiotracers for neuroimaging.
· Ability to work according to health and safety guidelines for radiochemistry laboratories.
Benefits of the scholarship: Position code 1352, Pay Grade: 57 – 65 (NOK 482 800 – 559 600 per year, depending on qualifications and seniority).
More information about the fellowship:
Duration: Fellowship is offered for two years, with the possibility of extension for 1 additional year. The starting date is negotiable, 1 February 2015 at the earliest. Duties may be assigned within the framework of the position.
Number of scholarships: One postdoctoral research fellowship is available.