PhD Scholarships at the Center for Chromosome Stability (CCS), Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen

Two PhD positions are available from 1st October, 2019 in the research groups of Professor Ian Hickson and Associate Professor Ying Liu at the University of Copenhagen.

Project description

These fellowships are funded by a grant recently awarded to a consortium of partners from 9 universities in 6 European countries by the European Union Horizon 2020 Framework Programme (Project: 859853 — AntiHelix). The focus of the Antihelix project is to analyze DNA helicases in cells of different organisms at the molecular, biochemical and cellular level with the ultimate aim of developing specific inhibitors as potential anti-tumour drugs. The successful applicants will have the advantage of learning technologies in the fields of biophysics, biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology or advanced microscopy. As partners of this consortium, the Hickson and Liu groups at the CCS will study the functions of the human RecQ family helicases and the RTEL1 helicase, respectively. Mutations of these helicases have can cause human diseases. Further details of the research undertaken in these laboratories can be found on the CCS website (http://www.ccs.ku.dk).

Job description

The key tasks as a PhD fellow at the Faculty within the Antihelix consortium are listed below:

  • Carry out and complete an independent research project under the supervision of either Professor Hickson or Associate Professor Liu.
  • Complete PhD courses or other equivalent education corresponding to approx. 30 ECTS points.
  • Write regular reports, scientific articles and the PhD thesis on the grounds of your research project.
  • Take part in all of the meetings or training courses organized by the consortium partners. It is expected that fellows will spend a period of research training in at least one other laboratory in the consortium.
  • Obtain experience with teaching and/or other types of dissemination activities related to your PhD project.
  • Participate in national and international congresses and scientific meetings.
  • Obtain experience from an external research institution, preferably abroad.
Candidate Profile

We are looking for highly motivated individuals with the following criteria:

  • Must hold a Master’s degree (or equivalent) in a related area of biology, biochemistry, chemistry or biophysics.
  • Can be of any nationality, but due to EU requirements for researcher mobility, must not have lived in Denmark for more than one year in the previous three years.
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills, including the ability to work well in international academic settings.
  • Ability to work in a team of multidisciplinary scientists, and the potential to work independently.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English.
Other relevant credentials are:

  • Good academic record.
  • A track record of publication-standard research.
  • Work experience in relevant areas.
  • Good time-management skills.
Research environment

The research will be carried out in the laboratories of Ian Hickson and Ying Liu in the CCS, a Center of Excellence recently established by a major grant from The Danish National Research Foundation. The CCS provides an international level research environment to train young researchers in the fields of Cell Biology, Genetics and Biochemistry. The working language of the CCS is English.

Place of employment

The place of employment is at Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Panum Institute, University of Copenhagen. We offer creative and stimulating working conditions in a dynamic and international research environment. More details can be found at: https://icmm.ku.dk/english/.

Terms of employment and employment

The employment for these two PhD fellows is full time and for 3 years. The starting date is October 1, 2019 or by agreement. The post is conditional upon the candidate’s successful enrolment in the PhD school at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen. This requires submission and acceptance of an application for the specific project formulated by the candidate in consultation with the supervisors.

The PhD study must be completed in accordance with The Ministerial Order on the PhD programme (2013) and the University’s rules on achieving the degree. Salary, pension and terms of employment are in accordance with the agree­ment between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. Depending on seniority, the monthly salary begins around 26.755 DKK /approx. 3.567 EUR (April 2018-level) plus pension.

Questions

General information about PhD programs at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences is available at the Graduate School’s website: https://healthsciences.ku.dk/phd/guidelines/ Specific questions related to CCS and the research project should be addressed to Elin Ølgaard by emails to ee@sund.ku.dk

Application procedure

Your application must be submitted electronically by clicking ‘Apply”. The application must include the following documents in PDF format:

1. A motivation letter of application (max. two pages).

2. A CV including the details of education/qualifications, work experience, language skills and other relevant skills.

3. A certified/signed copy of Master of Science certificate. If not completed, a certified/signed copy of a recent transcript of records or a written statement from the institution or supervisor will be required.

4. A publication list (if possible).

Application deadline: 31st July, 2019, 23.59pm CET

We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications that do not live up to the aforementioned requirements.

The further process

After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the hiring committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an unbiased assessor. The assessor makes a non-prioritized assessment of the academic qualifications and experience with respect to the above-mentioned area of research, techniques, skills and other requirements listed in the advertisement. Once the assessment work has been completed, each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him/herself.






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330039070Phoenix-c26d70d512019-06-08T00:00:00PhD Scholarships at the Center for Chromosome Stability (CCS), Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of CopenhagenTwo PhD positions are available from 1st October, 2019 in the research groups of Professor Ian Hickson and Associate Professor Ying Liu at the University of Copenhagen.

Project description

These fellowships are funded by a grant recently awarded to a consortium of partners from 9 universities in 6 European countries by the European Union Horizon 2020 Framework Programme (Project: 859853 — AntiHelix). The focus of the Antihelix project is to analyze DNA helicases in cells of different organisms at the molecular, biochemical and cellular level with the ultimate aim of developing specific inhibitors as potential anti-tumour drugs. The successful applicants will have the advantage of learning technologies in the fields of biophysics, biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology or advanced microscopy. As partners of this consortium, the Hickson and Liu groups at the CCS will study the functions of the human RecQ family helicases and the RTEL1 helicase, respectively. Mutations of these helicases have can cause human diseases. Further details of the research undertaken in these laboratories can be found on the CCS website (http://www.ccs.ku.dk).

Job description

The key tasks as a PhD fellow at the Faculty within the Antihelix consortium are listed below:

  • Carry out and complete an independent research project under the supervision of either Professor Hickson or Associate Professor Liu.
  • Complete PhD courses or other equivalent education corresponding to approx. 30 ECTS points.
  • Write regular reports, scientific articles and the PhD thesis on the grounds of your research project.
  • Take part in all of the meetings or training courses organized by the consortium partners. It is expected that fellows will spend a period of research training in at least one other laboratory in the consortium.
  • Obtain experience with teaching and/or other types of dissemination activities related to your PhD project.
  • Participate in national and international congresses and scientific meetings.
  • Obtain experience from an external research institution, preferably abroad.
Candidate Profile

We are looking for highly motivated individuals with the following criteria:

  • Must hold a Master’s degree (or equivalent) in a related area of biology, biochemistry, chemistry or biophysics.
  • Can be of any nationality, but due to EU requirements for researcher mobility, must not have lived in Denmark for more than one year in the previous three years.
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills, including the ability to work well in international academic settings.
  • Ability to work in a team of multidisciplinary scientists, and the potential to work independently.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English.
Other relevant credentials are:

  • Good academic record.
  • A track record of publication-standard research.
  • Work experience in relevant areas.
  • Good time-management skills.
Research environment

The research will be carried out in the laboratories of Ian Hickson and Ying Liu in the CCS, a Center of Excellence recently established by a major grant from The Danish National Research Foundation. The CCS provides an international level research environment to train young researchers in the fields of Cell Biology, Genetics and Biochemistry. The working language of the CCS is English.

Place of employment

The place of employment is at Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Panum Institute, University of Copenhagen. We offer creative and stimulating working conditions in a dynamic and international research environment. More details can be found at: https://icmm.ku.dk/english/.

Terms of employment and employment

The employment for these two PhD fellows is full time and for 3 years. The starting date is October 1, 2019 or by agreement. The post is conditional upon the candidate’s successful enrolment in the PhD school at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen. This requires submission and acceptance of an application for the specific project formulated by the candidate in consultation with the supervisors.

The PhD study must be completed in accordance with The Ministerial Order on the PhD programme (2013) and the University’s rules on achieving the degree. Salary, pension and terms of employment are in accordance with the agree­ment between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. Depending on seniority, the monthly salary begins around 26.755 DKK /approx. 3.567 EUR (April 2018-level) plus pension.

Questions

General information about PhD programs at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences is available at the Graduate School’s website: https://healthsciences.ku.dk/phd/guidelines/ Specific questions related to CCS and the research project should be addressed to Elin Ølgaard by emails to ee@sund.ku.dk

Application procedure

Your application must be submitted electronically by clicking ‘Apply”. The application must include the following documents in PDF format:

1. A motivation letter of application (max. two pages).

2. A CV including the details of education/qualifications, work experience, language skills and other relevant skills.

3. A certified/signed copy of Master of Science certificate. If not completed, a certified/signed copy of a recent transcript of records or a written statement from the institution or supervisor will be required.

4. A publication list (if possible).

Application deadline: 31st July, 2019, 23.59pm CET

We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications that do not live up to the aforementioned requirements.

The further process

After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the hiring committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an unbiased assessor. The assessor makes a non-prioritized assessment of the academic qualifications and experience with respect to the above-mentioned area of research, techniques, skills and other requirements listed in the advertisement. Once the assessment work has been completed, each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him/herself.





Two PhD positions are available from 1st October, 2019 in the research groups of Professor Ian Hickson and Associate Professor Ying Liu at the University of Copenhagen. Project description These fellowships are funded by a grant recently awarded to a consortium of partners from 9 universities in 6 European countries by the European Union Horizon 2020 Framework Programme (Project: 859853 — AntiHelix). The focus of the Antihelix project is to analyze DNA helicases in cells of different organisms at the molecular, biochemical and cellular level with the ultimate aim of developing specific inhibitors as potential anti-tumour drugs. The successful applicants will have the advantage of learning technologies in the fields of biophysics, biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology or advanced microscopy. As partners of this consortium, the Hickson and Liu groups at the CCS will study the functions of the human RecQ family helicases and the RTEL1 helicase, respectively. Mutations of these helicases have can cause human diseases. Further details of the research undertaken in these laboratories can be found on the CCS website (http: www.ccs.ku.dk). Job description The key tasks as a PhD fellow at the Faculty within the Antihelix consortium are listed below: Carry out and complete an independent research project under the supervision of either Professor Hickson or Associate Professor Liu. Complete PhD courses or other equivalent education corresponding to approx. 30 ECTS points. Write regular reports, scientific articles and the PhD thesis on the grounds of your research project. Take part in all of the meetings or training courses organized by the consortium partners. It is expected that fellows will spend a period of research training in at least one other laboratory in the consortium. Obtain experience with teaching and or other types of dissemination activities related to your PhD project. Participate in national and international congresses and scientific meetings. Obtain experience from an external research institution, preferably abroad. Candidate Profile We are looking for highly motivated individuals with the following criteria: Must hold a Master s degree (or equivalent) in a related area of biology, biochemistry, chemistry or biophysics. Can be of any nationality, but due to EU requirements for researcher mobility, must not have lived in Denmark for more than one year in the previous three years. Strong communication and collaboration skills, including the ability to work well in international academic settings. Ability to work in a team of multidisciplinary scientists, and the potential to work independently. Excellent written and oral communication skills in English. Other relevant credentials are: Good academic record. A track record of publication-standard research. Work experience in relevant areas. Good time-management skills. Research environment The research will be carried out in the laboratories of Ian Hickson and Ying Liu in the CCS, a Center of Excellence recently established by a major grant from The Danish National Research Foundation. The CCS provides an international level research environment to train young researchers in the fields of Cell Biology, Genetics and Biochemistry. The working language of the CCS is English. Place of employment The place of employment is at Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Panum Institute, University of Copenhagen. We offer creative and stimulating working conditions in a dynamic and international research environment. More details can be found at: https: icmm.ku.dk english . Terms of employment and employment The employment for these two PhD fellows is full time and for 3 years. The starting date is October 1, 2019 or by agreement. The post is conditional upon the candidate s successful enrolment in the PhD school at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen. This requires submission and acceptance of an application for the specific project formulated by the candidate in consultation with the supervisors. The PhD study must be completed in accordance with The Ministerial Order on the PhD programme (2013) and the University s rules on achieving the degree. Salary, pension and terms of employment are in accordance with the agree ment between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. Depending on seniority, the monthly salary begins around 26.755 DKK approx. 3.567 EUR (April 2018-level) plus pension. Questions General information about PhD programs at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences is available at the Graduate School s website: https: healthsciences.ku.dk phd guidelines Specific questions related to CCS and the research project should be addressed to Elin Ølgaard by emails to ee@sund.ku.dk Application procedure Your application must be submitted electronically by clicking Apply . The application must include the following documents in PDF format: 1. A motivation letter of application (max. two pages). 2. A CV including the details of education qualifications, work experience, language skills and other relevant skills. 3. A certified signed copy of Master of Science certificate. If not completed, a certified signed copy of a recent transcript of records or a written statement from the institution or supervisor will be required. 4. A publication list (if possible). Application deadline: 31st July, 2019, 23.59pm CET We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications that do not live up to the aforementioned requirements. The further process After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the hiring committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an unbiased assessor. The assessor makes a non-prioritized assessment of the academic qualifications and experience with respect to the above-mentioned area of research, techniques, skills and other requirements listed in the advertisement. 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About SeaChanges SeaChanges is an international doctoral training network spanning archaeology and marine biology, which offers 15 fully-funded, salaried PhD studentships (ESRs) across seven institutions in six countries. The network takes a long-term perspective on human exploitation of marine vertebrates, with projects covering species from herring to sperm whale, timescales from decades to millennia, and all of Europe s seas and beyond. About your project ESR6 - Sedimentary fish archives and diadromous taxa Diadromous fish, i.e. those which migrate between rivers and seas during their spawning cycle such as salmon, sea trout and sturgeon, have been an important food resource in most regions of Europe for longer than their marine counterparts. Subject not only to fishing pressure but also to pollution and habitat modification in rivers and lakes, they are especially vulnerable to human activity. River-spawning anadromous fish, in particular, are often subject to intensive fishing during their spawning runs, which may also be disrupted by construction of dams and weirs. The presence of various migratory species in Europe s rivers is known to have contracted significantly over the past century, but the true time-depth of this decline remains to be established, as does the relative contribution of fishing pressure vs. damming and other modifications to river systems. The project will address this issue using ancient DNA from sediment cores (sedimentary aDNA sedaDNA). While historical records may reveal fluctuating prices, and archaeological remains provide evidence of consumed taxa, neither is direct evidence for the presence or relative abundance of migratory fish in particular freshwater systems. Continuously deposited lake sediments, by contrast, have recently been shown to contain genetic remains of past aquatic communities, each layer representing a temporal environmental archive in which we can identify and quantify the presence of migrating fish populations. Using sedaDNA analysis, combined with radiometric dating, the ESR will construct time-series of diadromous fish presence from cores taken in selected waters within the North Sea and Danube basins, and compare these with corresponding archaeological records to assess the complementarity of these sources. The ESR includes ancient DNA analyses conducted at the principal host UCPH (Denmark), secondments conducted at York (UK), and collaboration with NGO partners to explore potential of ancient sturgeon data for contemporary management and awareness-raising. The position is available for a 3-year period and your key tasks as a PhD student are: To manage and carry through your research project Attend PhD courses Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis Teach and disseminate your research To conduct secondments at the partner institutes Work for the department Principal supervisor is Assistant Professor, Morten Tange Olsen, Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen, morten.olsen@snm.ku.dk, 45 42661525 Co-supervisors are Dr. Mikkel Winther Pedersen (GeoGenetics, University of Copenhagen, mwpedersen@snm.ku.dk, 45 29275342) and Dr. David Orton (BioArCh, Department of Archaeology, University of York, david.orton@york.ac.uk, 44 7817427921). Eligibility criteria The researcher must not have resided or carried out his her main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of his her host organization (Denmark) for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to his her recruitment - unless as part of a procedure for obtaining refugee status under the Geneva Convention. The researcher must be Early Stage Researcher (ESR): at time of recruitment he she must be in the first 4 years (full-time equivalent research experience)of his her research careers and must not have been awarded a doctoral degree. Further requirements Marie Curie Training Networks offer a unique opportunity to get cutting-edge training in a multidisciplinary environment with a focus on academic and personal development of the PhD fellows. The supervisors in the network each provides specific competences, and as part of the network you develop your skills and carry out research both independently and as part of a network of 15 PhD fellows. The consortium ensures exchange of ideas through network-wide training events, summer schools and intersectoral secondments. As a PhD fellow in the SeaChanges network, you need to have good social skills, be innovative and goal-oriented and be willing to conduct the planned secondments. Applicants should hold an MSc degree in population genetics, bioinformatics, archaeology, aquatic ecology or equivalent with good results and good English skills. In the assessment of your qualifications emphasis will also be laid on previous publications (if any) and relevant work experience, including training in ancient or environmental DNA, genomics, radiocarbon dating, stable isotope analysis, zooarchaeology, and or fish and aquatic ecology. About the host and secondment institute The University of Copenhagen (UCPH) is the largest and oldest university and research institution in Denmark, with more than 40,000 students, close to 3,000 doctoral students and over 9,000 employees. The Section for Evolutionary Genomics is composed of multiple research groups focusing on genomic, proteomic, morphological, distribution and other data, to investigate broad reaching questions of cross-disciplinary interest. This includes population- and phylogenomic techniques to both model and non-model organisms, as well as development of new tools based around the study of degraded biomolecules (e.g. ancient and environmental DNA), to ask questions in biodiversity, human-environment interactions, museomics, archaeological science and metagenomics. BioArCh at the University of York is a collaborative research facility formed by the Archaeology, Biology and Chemistry Departments with a unique concentration of expertise in human palaeoecology and environmental archaeology, with internationally recognised strengths in proteins, lipids, DNA and stable isotopes human, other mammal, fish and bird bones molluscs, soils, and microscopic remains of plants and animals. Research covers prehistoric and historic themes, forging stronger and more diverse links between laboratory and field. Terms of employment Employment will start: October 1st 2019, or shortly thereafter. The terms of employment and salary are in accordance with Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff. Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State, and according to the rules and regulations laid down by the European Union s Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action European Training Network. The PhD study must be completed in accordance with The Ministerial Order on the PhD programme (2013) and the University s rules on achieving the degree. Salary, pension and terms of employment are in accordance with the agree­ment between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. Depending on seniority, the monthly salary begins around 27.135 DKK approx. 3.633 EUR (April 2019-level) plus pension. More information More information about the SeaChanges project can be found at https: sites.google.com york.ac.uk seachanges . For further information about the position, applicants may contact principal supervisor Assistant Professor, Morten Tange Olsen (Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen, morten.olsen@snm.ku.dk, 45 42661525) or co-supervisor David Orton (BioArCh, Department of Archaeology, University of York, david.orton@york.ac.uk, 44 7817427921). Application Your application must be submitted electronically by clicking Apply now below. The application must include the following documents in PDF format: 1. Motivated letter of application (max. one page) 2. Proposed project plan, including suggestion for methods and expected results (max. three pages) 3. CV incl. education, experience, language skills and other skills relevant for the position 4. Master of Science diploma and transcript of records. If not completed, a certified signed copy of a recent transcript of records or a written statement from the institution or supervisor will do 5. Publication list (if relevant) The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background. The closing date for applications is: August 1st 2019. We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications or letters of recommendation that do not live up to the above-mentioned requirements. The further process After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the hiring committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an unbiased assessor. The assessor makes a non-prioritized assessment of the academic qualifications and experience with respect to the above-mentioned area of research, techniques, skills and other requirements listed in the advertisement. Once the assessment work has been completed each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him herself. You can read about the recruitment process at http: employment.ku.dk faculty recruitment-process The applicant will be assessed according to the Ministerial Order no. 242 of 13 March 2012 on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Universities. Interviews for the position will be held in the first half of August via Skype, Zoom, or equivalent.PhD fellowship in “SeaChanges: Thresholds in Human Exploitation of Marine Vertebrates" at the Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen

A 3-year PhD fellowship is available at the Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, with an expected start October 1st 2019, or shortly thereafter.

The fellowship is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 813383 Innovative Training Network "SeaChanges: Thresholds in Human Exploitation of Marine Vertebrates".

About SeaChanges

SeaChanges is an international doctoral training network spanning archaeology and marine biology, which offers 15 fully-funded, salaried PhD studentships (ESRs) across seven institutions in six countries. The network takes a long-term perspective on human exploitation of marine vertebrates, with projects covering species from herring to sperm whale, timescales from decades to millennia, and all of Europe's seas and beyond.

About your project

ESR6 - Sedimentary fish archives and diadromous taxa

Diadromous fish, i.e. those which migrate between rivers and seas during their spawning cycle such as salmon, sea trout and sturgeon, have been an important food resource in most regions of Europe for longer than their marine counterparts. Subject not only to fishing pressure but also to pollution and habitat modification in rivers and lakes, they are especially vulnerable to human activity. River-spawning anadromous fish, in particular, are often subject to intensive fishing during their spawning runs, which may also be disrupted by construction of dams and weirs. The presence of various migratory species in Europe’s rivers is known to have contracted significantly over the past century, but the true time-depth of this decline remains to be established, as does the relative contribution of fishing pressure vs. damming and other modifications to river systems.

The project will address this issue using ancient DNA from sediment cores (sedimentary aDNA; sedaDNA). While historical records may reveal fluctuating prices, and archaeological remains provide evidence of consumed taxa, neither is direct evidence for the presence or relative abundance of migratory fish in particular freshwater systems. Continuously deposited lake sediments, by contrast, have recently been shown to contain genetic remains of past aquatic communities, each layer representing a temporal environmental archive in which we can identify and quantify the presence of migrating fish populations. Using sedaDNA analysis, combined with radiometric dating, the ESR will construct time-series of diadromous fish presence from cores taken in selected waters within the North Sea and Danube basins, and compare these with corresponding archaeological records to assess the complementarity of these sources. The ESR includes ancient DNA analyses conducted at the principal host UCPH (Denmark), secondments conducted at York (UK), and collaboration with NGO partners to explore potential of ancient sturgeon data for contemporary management and awareness-raising.

The position is available for a 3-year period and your key tasks as a PhD student are:

  • To manage and carry through your research project
  • Attend PhD courses
  • Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis
  • Teach and disseminate your research
  • To conduct secondments at the partner institutes
  • Work for the department
Principal supervisor is Assistant Professor, Morten Tange Olsen, Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen, morten.olsen@snm.ku.dk, +45 42661525

Co-supervisors are Dr. Mikkel Winther Pedersen (GeoGenetics, University of Copenhagen, mwpedersen@snm.ku.dk, +45 29275342) and Dr. David Orton (BioArCh, Department of Archaeology, University of York, david.orton@york.ac.uk, +44 7817427921).

Eligibility criteria

  • The researcher must not have resided or carried out his/her main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of his/her host organization (Denmark) for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to his/her recruitment - unless as part of a procedure for obtaining refugee status under the Geneva Convention.
  • The researcher must be Early Stage Researcher (ESR): at time of recruitment he/she must be in the first 4 years (full-time equivalent research experience)of his/her research careers and must not have been awarded a doctoral degree.
Further requirements

Marie Curie Training Networks offer a unique opportunity to get cutting-edge training in a multidisciplinary environment with a focus on academic and personal development of the PhD fellows. The supervisors in the network each provides specific competences, and as part of the network you develop your skills and carry out research both independently and as part of a network of 15 PhD fellows. The consortium ensures exchange of ideas through network-wide training events, summer schools and intersectoral secondments. As a PhD fellow in the SeaChanges network, you need to have good social skills, be innovative and goal-oriented and be willing to conduct the planned secondments.

Applicants should hold an MSc degree in population genetics, bioinformatics, archaeology, aquatic ecology or equivalent with good results and good English skills. In the assessment of your qualifications emphasis will also be laid on previous publications (if any) and relevant work experience, including training in ancient or environmental DNA, genomics, radiocarbon dating, stable isotope analysis, zooarchaeology, and/or fish and aquatic ecology.

About the host and secondment institute

The University of Copenhagen (UCPH) is the largest and oldest university and research institution in Denmark, with more than 40,000 students, close to 3,000 doctoral students and over 9,000 employees. The Section for Evolutionary Genomics is composed of multiple research groups focusing on genomic, proteomic, morphological, distribution and other data, to investigate broad reaching questions of cross-disciplinary interest. This includes population- and phylogenomic techniques to both model and non-model organisms, as well as development of new tools based around the study of degraded biomolecules (e.g. ancient and environmental DNA), to ask questions in biodiversity, human-environment interactions, museomics, archaeological science and metagenomics.

BioArCh at the University of York is a collaborative research facility formed by the Archaeology, Biology and Chemistry Departments with a unique concentration of expertise in human palaeoecology and environmental archaeology, with internationally recognised strengths in proteins, lipids, DNA and stable isotopes; human, other mammal, fish and bird bones; molluscs, soils, and microscopic remains of plants and animals. Research covers prehistoric and historic themes, forging stronger and more diverse links between laboratory and field.

Terms of employment

Employment will start: October 1st 2019, or shortly thereafter.

The terms of employment and salary are in accordance with Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff. Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State, and according to the rules and regulations laid down by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action European Training Network.

The PhD study must be completed in accordance with The Ministerial Order on the PhD programme (2013) and the University’s rules on achieving the degree. Salary, pension and terms of employment are in accordance with the agree­ment between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. Depending on seniority, the monthly salary begins around 27.135 DKK /approx. 3.633 EUR (April 2019-level) plus pension.

More information

More information about the SeaChanges project can be found at https://sites.google.com/york.ac.uk/seachanges/.

For further information about the position, applicants may contact principal supervisor Assistant Professor, Morten Tange Olsen (Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen, morten.olsen@snm.ku.dk, +45 42661525) or co-supervisor David Orton (BioArCh, Department of Archaeology, University of York, david.orton@york.ac.uk, +44 7817427921).

Application

Your application must be submitted electronically by clicking ‘Apply now’ below. The application must include the following documents in PDF format:

1. Motivated letter of application (max. one page)

2. Proposed project plan, including suggestion for methods and expected results (max. three pages)

3. CV incl. education, experience, language skills and other skills relevant for the position

4. Master of Science diploma and transcript of records. If not completed, a certified/signed copy of a recent transcript of records or a written statement from the institution or supervisor will do

5. Publication list (if relevant)

The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.

The closing date for applications is: August 1st 2019.

We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications or letters of recommendation that do not live up to the above-mentioned requirements.

The further process

After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the hiring committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an unbiased assessor.

The assessor makes a non-prioritized assessment of the academic qualifications and experience with respect to the above-mentioned area of research, techniques, skills and other requirements listed in the advertisement.

Once the assessment work has been completed each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him/herself.

You can read about the recruitment process at http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/

The applicant will be assessed according to the Ministerial Order no. 242 of 13 March 2012 on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Universities.

Interviews for the position will be held in the first half of August via Skype, Zoom, or equivalent.





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330052094PhD fellowship in "SeaChanges: Thresholds in Human Exploitation of Marine Vertebrates'' at the Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of CopenhagenRobot PhD fellowship in SeaChanges: Thresholds in Human Exploitation of Marine Vertebrates at the Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen A 3-year PhD fellowship is available at the Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, with an expected start October 1st 2019, or shortly thereafter. The fellowship is funded by the European Union s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 813383 as part of the Innovative Training Network SeaChanges: Thresholds in Human Exploitation of Marine Vertebrates . About SeaChanges SeaChanges is an international doctoral training network spanning archaeology and marine biology, which offers 15 fully-funded, salaried PhD studentships (ESRs) across seven institutions in six countries. The network takes a long-term perspective on human exploitation of marine vertebrates, with projects covering species from herring to sperm whale, timescales from decades to millennia, and all of Europe s seas and beyond. About your project ESR15 - Exploitation and collapse of the Black Sea marine fauna The archaeological record of the Black Sea region exhibits a great variety of economic and cultural practices dating back millennia. Marine resources appear to have played an important role in economy and diet, as documented by the recovery of small cetaceans and key fish species at archaeological sites from the Chalcolithic to Byzantine ages. The cetaceans inhabiting the Black Sea (harbour porpoise, common dolphin and bottlenose dolphin) are recognized as separate subspecies of special management and conservation concern, with IUCN listings as endangered or threatened. These have all been subject to periods of extensive hunting, and are now affected by fisheries bycatch and consequences of ctenophore invasion, undermining their trophic base. Along similar lines, overexploitation has decimated fish stocks, and led to the extermination of others. How did past marine resource use and environmental changes affect Black Sea cetaceans and key fish species? Did it reduce gene flow or adaptive genetic variation? Did cumulative pressures lead to trophic alterations, and how have this shaped the current marine ecosystem? To address these questions, the project will review the Black Sea zooarchaeological record and modern ecological data of the Black Sea, apply genomic, proteomic and isotopic analyses to track changes in the genomes, demography and trophic interactions of Black Sea cetaceans, turbot, and anchovies in response to major shifts in environment and in human cultural and economic practices. This will serve to identify past and present pressures on marine species, understand their past and present cultural and economic role, and provide recommendations for their conservation and management. Genomic and proteomic analyses will be conducted at the principal host UCPH (Denmark), the zooarchaeological record will be reviewed via secondment at IZNASU (Ukraine) and dietary insights and predator-prey interactions will be addressed via secondment at CSIC (Spain). The position is available for a 3-year period and your key tasks as a PhD student are: To manage and carry through your research project Attend PhD courses Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis Teach and disseminate your research To conduct secondments at the partner institutes Work for the department Principal supervisor is Assistant Professor, Morten Tange Olsen, Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen, morten.olsen@snm.ku.dk, 45 42661525. Co-supervisors are Pavel Gol din (Leading Researcher, Department of Evolutionary Morphology, IZNASU, pavelgoldin412@gmail.com, 38 044 2343093) and Graham Pierce (IIM-CSIC, g.j.pierce@iim.csic.es, 34 986 231930) Eligibility criteria The researcher must not have resided or carried out his her main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of his her host organization (Denmark) for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to his her recruitment - unless as part of a procedure for obtaining refugee status under the Geneva Convention. The researcher must be Early Stage Researcher (ESR): at time of recruitment he she must be in the first 4 years (full-time equivalent research experience)of his her research careers and must not have been awarded a doctoral degree. Further requirements Marie Curie Training Networks offer a unique opportunity to get cutting-edge training in a multidisciplinary environment with a focus on academic and personal development of the PhD fellows. The supervisors in the network each provides specific competences, and as part of the network you develop your skills and carry out research both independently and as part of a network of 15 PhD fellows. The consortium ensures exchange of ideas through network-wide training events, summer schools and intersectoral secondments. As a PhD fellow in the SeaChanges network, you need to have good social skills, be innovative and goal-oriented and be willing to conduct the planned secondments. Applicants should hold an MSc degree in population genetics, bioinformatics, archaeology, marine biology, ecology or equivalent with good results and good English skills. In the assessment of your qualifications emphasis will also be laid on previous publications (if any) and relevant work experience, including training in ancient DNA, genomics, proteomics, stable isotope analysis, zooarchaeology, statistical modelling, ecological modelling, and or systematic literature review. About the host and secondment institute The University of Copenhagen (UCPH) is the largest and oldest university and research institution in Denmark, with more than 40,000 students, close to 3,000 doctoral students and over 9,000 employees. The Section for Evolutionary Genomics is composed of multiple research groups focusing on genomic, proteomic, morphological, distribution and other data, to investigate broad reaching questions of cross-disciplinary interest. This includes population- and phylogenomic techniques to both model and non-model organisms, as well as development of new tools based around the study of degraded biomolecules (e.g. ancient and environmental DNA), to ask questions in biodiversity, human-environment interactions, museomics, archaeological science and metagenomics. The Schmalhausen Institute of Zoology (IZNASU) conducts research on the fauna of Ukraine, including evolution and taxonomy of animals development of policies in conservation and management of wildlife and its monitoring with regard to human activities and the zoological background for plant and animal protection. The Institute of Zoology is the leading Ukrainian centre in studies of biodiversity, contributing to the establishment of new protected areas and mapping the fauna of Ukraine. The Institute also houses collections. The Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) is the largest public research institution in Spain and the third largest in Europe, hosting over 4000 doctoral and post-doctoral researchers across 138 institutes. The Institute of Marine Research (IIM-CSIC) undertakes research on oceanography, global change, fisheries biology and ecology, stock assessment, biodiversity, reproductive ecology, aquaculture, larval rearing, microbial ecology, marine pollution and conservation of marine endangered species. Terms of employment Employment will start: October 1st 2019, or shortly thereafter. The terms of employment and salary are in accordance with Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff. Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State, and according to the rules and regulations laid down by the European Union s Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action European Training Network. The PhD study must be completed in accordance with The Ministerial Order on the PhD programme (2013) and the University s rules on achieving the degree. Salary, pension and terms of employment are in accordance with the agree­ment between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. Depending on seniority, the monthly salary begins around 27.135 DKK approx. 3.633 EUR (April 2019-level) plus pension. More information More information about the SeaChanges project can be found at https: sites.google.com york.ac.uk seachanges . For further information about the position, applicants may contact principal supervisor Assistant Professor, Morten Tange Olsen (Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen, morten.olsen@snm.ku.dk, 45 42661525). Application Your application must be submitted electronically by clicking Apply now below. The application must include the following documents in PDF format: 1. Motivated letter of application (max. one page) 2. Proposed project plan, including suggestion for methods and expected results (max. three pages) 3. CV incl. education, experience, language skills and other skills relevant for the position 4. Master of Science diploma and transcript of records. If not completed, a certified signed copy of a recent transcript of records or a written statement from the institution or supervisor will do 5. Publication list (if relevant) The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background. The closing date for applications is: August 1st 2019. We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications or letters of recommendation that do not live up to the above-mentioned requirements. The further process After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the hiring committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an unbiased assessor. The assessor makes a non-prioritized assessment of the academic qualifications and experience with respect to the above-mentioned area of research, techniques, skills and other requirements listed in the advertisement. Once the assessment work has been completed each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him herself. You can read about the recruitment process at http: employment.ku.dk faculty recruitment-process The applicant will be assessed according to the Ministerial Order no. 242 of 13 March 2012 on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Universities. Interviews for the position will be held in the first half of August via Skype, Zoom, or equivalent.PhD fellowship in “SeaChanges: Thresholds in Human Exploitation of Marine Vertebrates" at the Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen



A 3-year PhD fellowship is available at the Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, with an expected start October 1st 2019, or shortly thereafter.



The fellowship is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 813383 as part of the Innovative Training Network "SeaChanges: Thresholds in Human Exploitation of Marine Vertebrates".



About SeaChanges



SeaChanges is an international doctoral training network spanning archaeology and marine biology, which offers 15 fully-funded, salaried PhD studentships (ESRs) across seven institutions in six countries. The network takes a long-term perspective on human exploitation of marine vertebrates, with projects covering species from herring to sperm whale, timescales from decades to millennia, and all of Europe's seas and beyond.



About your project



ESR15 - Exploitation and collapse of the Black Sea marine fauna

The archaeological record of the Black Sea region exhibits a great variety of economic and cultural practices dating back millennia. Marine resources appear to have played an important role in economy and diet, as documented by the recovery of small cetaceans and key fish species at archaeological sites from the Chalcolithic to Byzantine ages. The cetaceans inhabiting the Black Sea (harbour porpoise, common dolphin and bottlenose dolphin) are recognized as separate subspecies of special management and conservation concern, with IUCN listings as endangered or threatened. These have all been subject to periods of extensive hunting, and are now affected by fisheries bycatch and consequences of ctenophore invasion, undermining their trophic base. Along similar lines, overexploitation has decimated fish stocks, and led to the extermination of others. How did past marine resource use and environmental changes affect Black Sea cetaceans and key fish species? Did it reduce gene flow or adaptive genetic variation? Did cumulative pressures lead to trophic alterations, and how have this shaped the current marine ecosystem?



To address these questions, the project will review the Black Sea zooarchaeological record and modern ecological data of the Black Sea, apply genomic, proteomic and isotopic analyses to track changes in the genomes, demography and trophic interactions of Black Sea cetaceans, turbot, and anchovies in response to major shifts in environment and in human cultural and economic practices. This will serve to identify past and present pressures on marine species, understand their past and present cultural and economic role, and provide recommendations for their conservation and management. Genomic and proteomic analyses will be conducted at the principal host UCPH (Denmark), the zooarchaeological record will be reviewed via secondment at IZNASU (Ukraine) and dietary insights and predator-prey interactions will be addressed via secondment at CSIC (Spain).



The position is available for a 3-year period and your key tasks as a PhD student are:

  • To manage and carry through your research project
  • Attend PhD courses
  • Write scientific articles and your PhD thesis
  • Teach and disseminate your research
  • To conduct secondments at the partner institutes
  • Work for the department


Principal supervisor is Assistant Professor, Morten Tange Olsen, Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen, morten.olsen@snm.ku.dk, +45 42661525.



Co-supervisors are Pavel Gol’din (Leading Researcher, Department of Evolutionary Morphology, IZNASU, pavelgoldin412@gmail.com, +38 044 2343093) and Graham Pierce (IIM-CSIC, g.j.pierce@iim.csic.es, +34 986 231930)



Eligibility criteria



  • The researcher must not have resided or carried out his/her main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of his/her host organization (Denmark) for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to his/her recruitment - unless as part of a procedure for obtaining refugee status under the Geneva Convention.
  • The researcher must be Early Stage Researcher (ESR): at time of recruitment he/she must be in the first 4 years (full-time equivalent research experience)of his/her research careers and must not have been awarded a doctoral degree.


Further requirements



Marie Curie Training Networks offer a unique opportunity to get cutting-edge training in a multidisciplinary environment with a focus on academic and personal development of the PhD fellows. The supervisors in the network each provides specific competences, and as part of the network you develop your skills and carry out research both independently and as part of a network of 15 PhD fellows. The consortium ensures exchange of ideas through network-wide training events, summer schools and intersectoral secondments. As a PhD fellow in the SeaChanges network, you need to have good social skills, be innovative and goal-oriented and be willing to conduct the planned secondments.



Applicants should hold an MSc degree in population genetics, bioinformatics, archaeology, marine biology, ecology or equivalent with good results and good English skills. In the assessment of your qualifications emphasis will also be laid on previous publications (if any) and relevant work experience, including training in ancient DNA, genomics, proteomics, stable isotope analysis, zooarchaeology, statistical modelling, ecological modelling, and/or systematic literature review.



About the host and secondment institute



The University of Copenhagen (UCPH) is the largest and oldest university and research institution in Denmark, with more than 40,000 students, close to 3,000 doctoral students and over 9,000 employees. The Section for Evolutionary Genomics is composed of multiple research groups focusing on genomic, proteomic, morphological, distribution and other data, to investigate broad reaching questions of cross-disciplinary interest. This includes population- and phylogenomic techniques to both model and non-model organisms, as well as development of new tools based around the study of degraded biomolecules (e.g. ancient and environmental DNA), to ask questions in biodiversity, human-environment interactions, museomics, archaeological science and metagenomics.



The Schmalhausen Institute of Zoology (IZNASU) conducts research on the fauna of Ukraine, including evolution and taxonomy of animals; development of policies in conservation and management of wildlife and its monitoring with regard to human activities; and the zoological background for plant and animal protection. The Institute of Zoology is the leading Ukrainian centre in studies of biodiversity, contributing to the establishment of new protected areas and mapping the fauna of Ukraine. The Institute also houses collections.



The Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) is the largest public research institution in Spain and the third largest in Europe, hosting over 4000 doctoral and post-doctoral researchers across 138 institutes. The Institute of Marine Research (IIM-CSIC) undertakes research on oceanography, global change, fisheries biology and ecology, stock assessment, biodiversity, reproductive ecology, aquaculture, larval rearing, microbial ecology, marine pollution and conservation of marine endangered species.



Terms of employment

Employment will start: October 1st 2019, or shortly thereafter.

The terms of employment and salary are in accordance with Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff. Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State, and according to the rules and regulations laid down by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie Action European Training Network.

The PhD study must be completed in accordance with The Ministerial Order on the PhD programme (2013) and the University’s rules on achieving the degree. Salary, pension and terms of employment are in accordance with the agree­ment between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. Depending on seniority, the monthly salary begins around 27.135 DKK /approx. 3.633 EUR (April 2019-level) plus pension.



More information



More information about the SeaChanges project can be found at https://sites.google.com/york.ac.uk/seachanges/.



For further information about the position, applicants may contact principal supervisor Assistant Professor, Morten Tange Olsen (Evolutionary Genomics Section, University of Copenhagen, morten.olsen@snm.ku.dk, +45 42661525).



Application

Your application must be submitted electronically by clicking ‘Apply now’ below. The application must include the following documents in PDF format:

1. Motivated letter of application (max. one page)

2. Proposed project plan, including suggestion for methods and expected results (max. three pages)

3. CV incl. education, experience, language skills and other skills relevant for the position

4. Master of Science diploma and transcript of records. If not completed, a certified/signed copy of a recent transcript of records or a written statement from the institution or supervisor will do

5. Publication list (if relevant)

The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.

The closing date for applications is: August 1st 2019.

We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications or letters of recommendation that do not live up to the above-mentioned requirements.





The further process

After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the hiring committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an unbiased assessor.

The assessor makes a non-prioritized assessment of the academic qualifications and experience with respect to the above-mentioned area of research, techniques, skills and other requirements listed in the advertisement.

Once the assessment work has been completed each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him/herself.

You can read about the recruitment process at http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/

The applicant will be assessed according to the Ministerial Order no. 242 of 13 March 2012 on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Universities.

Interviews for the position will be held in the first half of August via Skype, Zoom, or equivalent.





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330051167Postdoc in Optimum Antibiotic treatment of clinical mastitis in dairy cattle at the Institute of Veterinary and Animal SciencesRobot We are looking for a highly motivated and dynamic researcher for a 3-years post-doc position starting from 1st September 2019 or as soon as possible. During this period, the post-doc will take part in a large project on management and control of mastitis in dairy cattle herds. The candidate will work closely with other researchers on: 1) Improving our understanding of udder health management, 2) Characterization of pathogens causing intramammary infections, and 3) Comparing treatment protocols for mild and moderate clinical mastitis in dairy cattle herds in Denmark. Although the candidate will be involved in the three different activities, the main responsibility of the candidate will be to execute the tasks in the third activity. Information on the department can be found at: http: ivh.ku.dk english Our research The candidate will be situated in section of animal welfare and disease control which stands for research in animal welfare and ethics, epidemiology and statistics and disease spread and control. The section has a broad international network with collaborators from many countries. We enjoy a multidisciplinary research environment with strong collaborations between the different teams within the section and across the department. The post-doc will be part of a smaller team within the section that works with udder health consisting of a professor, a senior researcher, another post-doc and a PhD student. Your job Your main task in this project is to conduct a field study in order to compare the efficacy of different protocols to treat clinical mastitis cases with antibiotics. Your task will be to design the study and treatment protocols, participate in farms selection and randomisation of the cows, education and supervise farm employees to conduct the sampling and treatment protocol and analyse the collected data. Your secondary tasks include: Participation in collecting milk samples from 100 different dairy cattle farms Conducting a questionnaire study, with farmers, employees and udder health advisors that are attached to these farms. Follow up farm visits to collect data. Profile We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic veterinarian with the following competencies and experience: Essential experience and skills: You have a PhD in veterinary epidemiology preferably with focus on udder health You are highly experienced in design of field studies and collection of milk samples from dairy herds. You have an active interest in conducting questionnaire-based studies. Good experience of data analysis Good records of publication in both popular and international peer-reviewed journals. Proficient communication skills in both Danish and English and ability to work in teams. Excellent English skills written and spoken. Place of employment The place of employment is at institute of veterinary and animal sciences, at faculty of health and medical sciences, University of Copenhagen. We offer creative and stimulating working conditions in dynamic and international research environment. Terms of employment The employment as postdoc is a full time and fixed-term position for 3 years. Starting date is September 1st 2019 or after agreement Salary, pension and terms of employment will be in accordance with the agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and AC (Danish Confederation of Professional Associations). Currently, the monthly salary starts DKK approx. Euro (April 2019-level). Depending on qualifications, a supplement may be negotiated. The employer will pay an additional 17.1 to your pension fund. Non-Danish and Danish applicants may be eligible for tax reductions, if they hold a PhD degree and have not lived in Denmark the last 10 years. The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff at the Universities of June 28, 2013. Questions For further information please contact Professor Tariq Halasa (tariq.halasa@sund.ku.dk) www.sund.ku.dk Foreign applicants may find this link useful: www.ism.ku.dk (International Staff Mobility). Application procedure Your online application must be submitted in English by clicking Apply now below. Furthermore your application must include the following documents attachments all in PDF format: 1. Motivated letter of application (max. one page). 2. CV incl. education, work research experience, language skills and other skills relevant for the position. 3. A certified signed copy of a) PhD certificate and b) Master of Veterinary Science certificate. If the PhD is not completed, a written statement from the supervisor will do. 4. List of publications. Application deadline: 31 07 2019, 23.59pm CET We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications that do not live up to the abovementioned requirements. The further process After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the hiring committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an unbiased assessor. Once the assessment work has been completed each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him herself. You can read about the recruitment process at http: employment.ku.dk faculty recruitment-process The applicant will be assessed according to the Ministerial Order no. 242 of 13 March 2012 on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Universities. Interviews are expected to be held in week September 2019 University of Copenhagen wish to reflect the diversity of society and welcome applications from all qualified candidates regardless of age, disability, gender, nationality, race, religion or sexual orientation. Appointment will be based on merit alone.We are looking for a highly motivated and dynamic researcher for a 3-years post-doc position starting from 1st September 2019 or as soon as possible. During this period, the post-doc will take part in a large project on management and control of mastitis in dairy cattle herds. The candidate will work closely with other researchers on: 1) Improving our understanding of udder health management, 2) Characterization of pathogens causing intramammary infections, and 3) Comparing treatment protocols for mild and moderate clinical mastitis in dairy cattle herds in Denmark. Although the candidate will be involved in the three different activities, the main responsibility of the candidate will be to execute the tasks in the third activity.

Information on the department can be found at: http://ivh.ku.dk/english/

Our research
The candidate will be situated in section of animal welfare and disease control which stands for research in animal welfare and ethics, epidemiology and statistics and disease spread and control. The section has a broad international network with collaborators from many countries. We enjoy a multidisciplinary research environment with strong collaborations between the different teams within the section and across the department. The post-doc will be part of a smaller team within the section that works with udder health consisting of a professor, a senior researcher, another post-doc and a PhD student.

Your job
Your main task in this project is to conduct a field study in order to compare the efficacy of different protocols to treat clinical mastitis cases with antibiotics. Your task will be to design the study and treatment protocols, participate in farms’ selection and randomisation of the cows, education and supervise farm employees to conduct the sampling and treatment protocol and analyse the collected data. Your secondary tasks include:

  1. Participation in collecting milk samples from 100 different dairy cattle farms
  2. Conducting a questionnaire study, with farmers, employees and udder health advisors that are attached to these farms.
  3. Follow up farm visits to collect data.
Profile
We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic veterinarian with the following competencies and experience:

Essential experience and skills:

  • You have a PhD in veterinary epidemiology preferably with focus on udder health
  • You are highly experienced in design of field studies and collection of milk samples from dairy herds.
  • You have an active interest in conducting questionnaire-based studies.
  • Good experience of data analysis
  • Good records of publication in both popular and international peer-reviewed journals.
  • Proficient communication skills in both Danish and English and ability to work in teams.
  • Excellent English skills written and spoken.
Place of employment
The place of employment is at institute of veterinary and animal sciences, at faculty of health and medical sciences, University of Copenhagen. We offer creative and stimulating working conditions in dynamic and international research environment.

Terms of employment
The employment as postdoc is a full time and fixed-term position for 3 years. Starting date is September 1st 2019 or after agreement

Salary, pension and terms of employment will be in accordance with the agreement between the Danish Ministry of Finance and AC (Danish Confederation of Professional Associations). Currently, the monthly salary starts DKK/ approx. Euro (April 2019-level). Depending on qualifications, a supplement may be negotiated. The employer will pay an additional 17.1 % to your pension fund.

Non-Danish and Danish applicants may be eligible for tax reductions, if they hold a PhD degree and have not lived in Denmark the last 10 years.

The position is covered by the “Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff at the Universities” of June 28, 2013.

Questions
For further information please contact Professor Tariq Halasa (tariq.halasa@sund.ku.dk); www.sund.ku.dk

Foreign applicants may find this link useful: www.ism.ku.dk (International Staff Mobility).

Application procedure

Your online application must be submitted in English by clicking ‘Apply now’ below. Furthermore your application must include the following documents/attachments – all in PDF format:

1. Motivated letter of application (max. one page).

2. CV incl. education, work/research experience, language skills and other skills relevant for the position.

3. A certified/signed copy of a) PhD certificate and b) Master of Veterinary Science certificate. If the PhD is not completed, a written statement from the supervisor will do.

4. List of publications.

Application deadline: 31/ 07/ 2019, 23.59pm CET

We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications that do not live up to the abovementioned requirements.

The further process
After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the hiring committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an unbiased assessor. Once the assessment work has been completed each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him/herself.

You can read about the recruitment process at http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/

The applicant will be assessed according to the Ministerial Order no. 242 of 13 March 2012 on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Universities.

Interviews are expected to be held in week September 2019

University of Copenhagen wish to reflect the diversity of society and welcome applications from all qualified candidates regardless of age, disability, gender, nationality, race, religion or sexual orientation. Appointment will be based on merit alone.



KU - SUND - IKVH - Fr. bergFrederiksberg C2019-06-30T00:00:002019-07-31T00:00:00
330049023Postdoctoral researcher in experimental diabetes researchRobot The Knudsen laboratory at the Section for Cell Biology and Physiology, at the Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen is looking for a postdoctoral researcher. The position is for two years including a probation period. The Knudsen Lab is seeking a highly motivated and talented person to investigate the molecular mechanisms underlying the development of type 2 diabetes. The successful applicant will play a key role in a research project aimed at understanding the regulation of glucagon secretion in diabetes. Our lab use confocal time-lapse imaging combined with functional studies in mouse and human islets, to understand the mechanisms underlying dysregulation of islet hormone secretion in diabetes. We combine these experiments with in vivo phenotyping of genetically modified mouse models to understand how whole-body phenotypes are altered by changes in islet hormone secretion. The common focal point of the Section for Cell Biology and Physiology is to understand mechanisms underlying disease development and adaptations to environmental stimuli. There are 12 groups in the section focusing on topics ranging from cancer biology to metabolic disease, exercise and adaptations to extreme environments. This provides a stimulating scientific environment with multiple possibilities for collaboration and exploration of disease biology. Key responsibilities Carry out independent research under supervision Participate in active and collaborative research environments An obligation to conduct some undergraduate teaching and or other types of dissemination related to the project Eligibility A relevant PhD in natural or biomedical sciences is required in addition to: Experience in molecular biology and biochemistry. Experience with confocal microscopy Research background in diabetes, metabolism or a similar field. A strong track record with at least one publication in a prominent international peer reviewed journal Excellent communication skills both oral and written (English) The position is open from 1 October 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter. Further information please contact Assistant Professor Jakob G Knudsen (jgknudsen@bio.ku.dk) The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background. Terms of employment The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff. Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State. Application The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking apply now below. Cover letter describing your motivation, interest and previous relevant research experience (max. 2 A4 pages) Curriculum vitae Complete publication list Separate reprints of 3 particularly relevant papers Diplomas (PhD degree or equivalent) Contact details of 2-3 references. The deadline for applications is the 24 Juli 2019, 12:00 GMT 2. After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Appointments Committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an expert assessment committee. Selected applicants are notified of the composition of the committee and each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him herself. You can read about the recruitment process at http: employment.ku.dkThe Knudsen laboratory at the Section for Cell Biology and Physiology, at the Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen is looking for a postdoctoral researcher. The position is for two years including a probation period.

The Knudsen Lab is seeking a highly motivated and talented person to investigate the molecular mechanisms underlying the development of type 2 diabetes. The successful applicant will play a key role in a research project aimed at understanding the regulation of glucagon secretion in diabetes. Our lab use confocal time-lapse imaging combined with functional studies in mouse and human islets, to understand the mechanisms underlying dysregulation of islet hormone secretion in diabetes. We combine these experiments with in vivo phenotyping of genetically modified mouse models to understand how whole-body phenotypes are altered by changes in islet hormone secretion.

The common focal point of the Section for Cell Biology and Physiology is to understand mechanisms underlying disease development and adaptations to environmental stimuli. There are 12 groups in the section focusing on topics ranging from cancer biology to metabolic disease, exercise and adaptations to extreme environments. This provides a stimulating scientific environment with multiple possibilities for collaboration and exploration of disease biology.



Key responsibilities

  • Carry out independent research under supervision
  • Participate in active and collaborative research environments
  • An obligation to conduct some undergraduate teaching and or other types of dissemination related to the project


Eligibility

A relevant PhD in natural or biomedical sciences is required in addition to:

  • Experience in molecular biology and biochemistry.
  • Experience with confocal microscopy
  • Research background in diabetes, metabolism or a similar field.
  • A strong track record with at least one publication in a prominent international peer reviewed journal
  • Excellent communication skills both oral and written (English)
The position is open from 1 October 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.

Further information please contact Assistant Professor Jakob G Knudsen (jgknudsen@bio.ku.dk)

The University wishes our staff to reflect the diversity of society and thus welcomes applications from all qualified candidates regardless of personal background.



Terms of employment

The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff.

Terms of appointment and payment accord to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State.



Application

The application, in English, must be submitted electronically by clicking apply now below.

  • Cover letter describing your motivation, interest and previous relevant research experience (max. 2 A4 pages)
  • Curriculum vitae
  • Complete publication list
  • Separate reprints of 3 particularly relevant papers
  • Diplomas (PhD degree or equivalent)
  • Contact details of 2-3 references.


The deadline for applications is the 24 Juli 2019, 12:00 GMT +2.

After the expiry of the deadline for applications, the authorized recruitment manager selects applicants for assessment on the advice of the Appointments Committee. All applicants are then immediately notified whether their application has been passed for assessment by an expert assessment committee. Selected applicants are notified of the composition of the committee and each applicant has the opportunity to comment on the part of the assessment that relates to the applicant him/herself. You can read about the recruitment process at http://employment.ku.dk

KU - SCIENCE - NBIKøbenhavn Ø2019-06-25T00:00:002019-07-24T00:00:00
330044823Postdoc Researcher to the ERC project "Explaining Transnational Jihad" (re-announcement)Robot DIIS invites applications for a temporary and project specific 2-year position as postdoc researcher starting on 1 October 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter. The researcher will be part of the larger research project Explaining Transnational Jihad Patterns of Escalation and Containment funded by the European Research Council. The Project The overall project that the postdoc researcher will be part of aims at advancing an understanding of how jihadist conflicts become transnational and under what circumstances they can be contained. The project also aims at developing an interdisciplinary analytical framework, which combines micro- and macro level approaches to jihadism, drawing from both Religious Studies, Security Studies and Peace & Conflict Studies. With its focus on macro-level conflict structures, the ambition is to develop a new framework for thinking about containment, providing an alternative to both the micro-level countering discourses embraced by much of the radicalization research, and the containment thinking that stems from the treatment of jihadist conflicts as civil wars in the peace and conflict literature. The overall project has four main components 1) a quantitative examination of transnationalization processes drawing from among others the Religion and Armed Conflicts (RELAC) dataset UCDP hosted by Uppsala University, 2) comparative case studies of the mechanisms of escalation and de-escalation of jihadist conflicts in Syria Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Mali Niger, Pakistan Afghanistan focusing particularly on the movements of Islamic State, Al-Qaeda, the Taleban, and Boko Haram, 3) securitization analyses of the macro-level conflict structures that transnational jihadist movements tap into, and finally 4) sociotheological worldview analyses of potential changes in jihadist conflict imagery during transnationalization processes. The applicant is particularly expected to contribute to component 2 and 4 with an emphasis on investigating the escalation and containment dynamics that relate to theological interpretations and religious worldviews. The applicant must have obtained a PhD degree in a relevant field applicants with a background in theology, religious studies and or Middle Eastern Studies as well as linguistic skills in Arabic will be preferred. Proficiency in written and oral English is required. General Information The position is aimed at applicants who have obtained their PhD within the past three years. An older degree may be acceptable under special circumstances (such as sick leave, parental leave or similar). Furthermore, the applicant must have demonstrated an ability to publish and communicate research in accordance with the Danish Code of Conduct for Research Integrity. DIIS is a leading public institute for independent research DIIS is an independent public research institute. Researchers contribute to the ambition to be at the cutting edge of multi- and interdisciplinary research, policy analysis and communication on global affairs. The postdoc will be based at DIIS address in Nordhavn. Terms of employment The expected start date for the postdoc researcher is 1 October 2019. The employment is limited to two years and expires automatically at the end of this two-year period. Remuneration and other job conditions follow the general agreement between AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations) and the Danish Ministry of Finance as well as local collective agreements at DIIS. Depending on seniority, the starting yearly basis salary ranges between 375,724 DKK and 398,578 DKK, including pension contributions. Furthermore, a yearly research supplement of 53,486 DKK will be added. Depending on your personal qualifications, a qualification supplement may also be negotiated. Candidates from abroad may under certain conditions be eligible for a special researcher tax scheme, when working as a postdoc researcher in Denmark. The application All qualified applicants regardless of national, ethnic or religious background, gender, age or sexual orientation are encouraged to apply. The application must include the following items in order be considered: A cover letter with your motivation for applying for the position A detailed Curriculum Vitae, including a complete list of publications Documentation of academic qualifications, including Master s and PhD diplomas Up to five central scholarly works must be enclosed either uploaded electronically or sent by mail in three copies each (see more about this below). A statement of max. 1000 words describing your research idea, methodology and how it will contribute to the overall ambition of the ERC project. The application, including all the above-mentioned documents, must be uploaded in DIIS electronic recruitment system (HR Manager) no later than 12 August 2019 at 12.00 noon (CET). The position can only be applied for electronically through the link on the right. If you will be sending scholarly works by letter parcel, please note that your electronic application must also include a list of the up to five works sent to DIIS in physical form. It is possible to upload some works electronically, while others (e.g. books) can be sent in physical form (three copies each). Any material sent to DIIS in physical form must be marked ERC postdoc and addressed to HR, Danish Institute for International Studies, Østbanegade 117, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark. The letter parcel must reach DIIS no later than 12 August 2019 at 12.00 noon (CET). Also, please note that DIIS will only return books and non-copied materials, and only if the return address is clearly noted in HR Manager. Assessment Qualified applicants will be assessed by an assessment committee before selected for interviews. The applicants sent for assessment will be notified about the composition of the assessment committee beforehand. The committee will only assess applicants who meet the requirements listed above. When DIIS receives the assessment results, we invite selected candidates for an interview as soon as possible thereafter. Further information For further information about this project, please contact the Principal Investigator on the project, Senior Researcher Mona Kanwal Sheikh at mosh@diis.dk. For further information about the general terms of employment at DIIS, please contact HR at hr@diis.dk.DIIS invites applications for a temporary and project specific 2-year position as postdoc researcher starting on 1 October 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter. The researcher will be part of the larger research project “Explaining Transnational Jihad – Patterns of Escalation and Containment” funded by the European Research Council.

The Project

The overall project that the postdoc researcher will be part of aims at advancing an understanding of how jihadist conflicts become transnational and under what circumstances they can be contained. The project also aims at developing an interdisciplinary analytical framework, which combines micro- and macro level approaches to jihadism, drawing from both Religious Studies, Security Studies and Peace & Conflict Studies. With its focus on macro-level conflict structures, the ambition is to develop a new framework for thinking about containment, providing an alternative to both the micro-level countering discourses embraced by much of the radicalization research, and the containment thinking that stems from the treatment of jihadist conflicts as civil wars in the peace and conflict literature.

The overall project has four main components 1) a quantitative examination of transnationalization processes drawing from among others the Religion and Armed Conflicts (RELAC) dataset/UCDP hosted by Uppsala University, 2) comparative case studies of the mechanisms of escalation and de-escalation of jihadist conflicts in Syria/Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Mali/Niger, Pakistan/Afghanistan focusing particularly on the movements of Islamic State, Al-Qaeda, the Taleban, and Boko Haram, 3) securitization analyses of the macro-level conflict structures that transnational jihadist movements tap into, and finally 4) sociotheological worldview analyses of potential changes in jihadist conflict imagery during transnationalization processes.

The applicant is particularly expected to contribute to component 2 and 4 with an emphasis on investigating the escalation and containment dynamics that relate to theological interpretations and religious worldviews. The applicant must have obtained a PhD degree in a relevant field – applicants with a background in theology, religious studies and/or Middle Eastern Studies as well as linguistic skills in Arabic will be preferred. Proficiency in written and oral English is required.

General Information

The position is aimed at applicants who have obtained their PhD within the past three years. An older degree may be acceptable under special circumstances (such as sick leave, parental leave or similar). Furthermore, the applicant must have demonstrated an ability to publish and communicate research in accordance with the Danish Code of Conduct for Research Integrity.

DIIS is a leading public institute for independent research DIIS is an independent public research institute. Researchers contribute to the ambition to be at the cutting edge of multi- and interdisciplinary research, policy analysis and communication on global affairs. The postdoc will be based at DIIS’ address in Nordhavn.

Terms of employment

The expected start date for the postdoc researcher is 1 October 2019. The employment is limited to two years and expires automatically at the end of this two-year period.

Remuneration and other job conditions follow the general agreement between AC (the Danish Confederation of Professional Associations) and the Danish Ministry of Finance as well as local collective agreements at DIIS.

Depending on seniority, the starting yearly basis salary ranges between 375,724 DKK and 398,578 DKK, including pension contributions. Furthermore, a yearly research supplement of 53,486 DKK will be added. Depending on your personal qualifications, a qualification supplement may also be negotiated.

Candidates from abroad may under certain conditions be eligible for a special researcher tax scheme, when working as a postdoc researcher in Denmark.

The application

All qualified applicants – regardless of national, ethnic or religious background, gender, age or sexual orientation – are encouraged to apply.

The application must include the following items in order be considered:

A cover letter with your motivation for applying for the position

  • A detailed Curriculum Vitae, including a complete list of publications
  • Documentation of academic qualifications, including Master’s and PhD diplomas
  • Up to five central scholarly works must be enclosed – either uploaded electronically or sent by mail in three copies each (see more about this below).
  • A statement of max. 1000 words describing your research idea, methodology and how it will contribute to the overall ambition of the ERC project.
The application, including all the above-mentioned documents, must be uploaded in DIIS’ electronic recruitment system (HR Manager) no later than 12 August 2019 at 12.00 noon (CET). The position can only be applied for electronically through the link on the right.

If you will be sending scholarly works by letter/parcel, please note that your electronic application must also include a list of the up to five works sent to DIIS in physical form. It is possible to upload some works electronically, while others (e.g. books) can be sent in physical form (three copies each). Any material sent to DIIS in physical form must be marked “ERC postdoc” and addressed to HR, Danish Institute for International Studies, Østbanegade 117, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark. The letter/parcel must reach DIIS no later than 12 August 2019 at 12.00 noon (CET). Also, please note that DIIS will only return books and non-copied materials, and only if the return address is clearly noted in HR Manager.

Assessment

Qualified applicants will be assessed by an assessment committee before selected for interviews. The applicants sent for assessment will be notified about the composition of the assessment committee beforehand. The committee will only assess applicants who meet the requirements listed above. When DIIS receives the assessment results, we invite selected candidates for an interview as soon as possible thereafter.

Further information

For further information about this project, please contact the Principal Investigator on the project, Senior Researcher Mona Kanwal Sheikh at mosh@diis.dk.

For further information about the general terms of employment at DIIS, please contact HR at hr@diis.dk.

Dansk Institut for Internationale StudierKøbenhavn Ø2019-06-17T00:00:002019-08-11T00:00:00
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