|Institution||University of Lethbridge|
|Type of Fellowship||Graduate Fellowship|
|Graduate Program Type||Biological & Medical Sciences|
|Specialty||Cell Biology / Development|
|Fellowship Amount||To be determined|
|College / University||http://studdys.com/alberta/university-of-lethbridge/|
Graduate Fellowship Description
The University of Lethbridge requests applications from Masters Graduate students for the available position of:
Characterize the structure, properties and reaction mechanisms related to DNA damage and repair.
The fields of interest for the fellowship will be biochemistry and/or biochemistry and biology. DNA damage and repair is the main field of work.
The fellowship is available, starting immediately.
The objective of the study and research in this position is to study the hormones of genetic harm and repair in the human cell systems.
Requirements of applicants are strong backgrounds in chemistry and/or biochemistry. The successful applicant will be trained in the field of computational chemistry throughout their degree.
The University is located in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. We have Apartment that gives 100 % free Wi-Fi. An average family fridge and micro wave are available for use to visitors.
We supply a desk and desk lamp. We also have a video gaming room available. Our guest launderette is also popular with visitors. Snack machines provide snacks and cool drinks.
We are known for the stunning Nikka Yukko Japoneses Gardens thats 7 km away.
Please send your curriculum vitae, a letter of application and the names of 3 references to Dr. Stacey Wetmore, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at:
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