Impact of environmental stress on nitric oxide homeostasis, respiration and gill ion transport mechanisms in fish.
Research on the influence of environmental stress (hypoxia, salinity change and other challenging conditions) on physiological mechanisms involves studies at organism, cellular and molecular levels. The investigation employs a variety of techniques, including chemiluminescence detection of nitric oxide metabolites, PCR and immunohistochemistry. The successful applicant should have a background or an interest in the field and some experience with relevant techniques.
As this is a mobility fellowship, the student’s present degree must have been awarded from a university other than the University of Southern Denmark.
For further information please contact Frank Bo Jensen; email@example.com).
Application, salary, etc.:
Appointment as a PhD Research Fellow is for three years. Employment stops automatically at the end of the period. The holder of the scholarship is not allowed to have other paid employment during the three-year period.
The successful applicant will be employed in accordance with the agreement of 1 October 2008 on salaried PhD scholars between the Ministry of Finance and AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations).
The successful candidate will be enrolled at this university in accordance with faculty regulations and the Danish Ministerial Order on the PhD Programme at the Universities (PhD order).
The university encourages all persons interested in the position to apply, regardless of their age, gender, religious affiliation or ethnic background.
Application must be made in the form of a Declaration of Interest including the following:
• A letter stating your specific interest, motivation and qualifications for the project in question (max. two pages)
• Detailed CV, including personal contact information and list of publications
• Copy of degree certificate(s)
• Two reference letters, signed
All applications should be marked: “Job ID 103038”.
Further information about the PhD-study can be found at the homepage of the University.
Applications must be forwarded by e-mail (in Adobe PDF format or Word XP 2003 legible format) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Incomplete applications and applications received after the deadline will neither be considered nor evaluated. This also applies to reference letters.
Closing date 9 September, 2010 at 12 noon
Mark application Job ID 103038 and send it to:
Please see above.
Please quote 10 Academic Resources Daily in your application to this opportunity!