|Institution||University of Calgary|
|Type of Fellowship||Postdoctoral Fellowship|
|Graduate Program Type||Biological & Medical Sciences|
|Specialty||Cell Biology / Development|
|Fellowship Amount||To be determined|
|College / University||http://studdys.com/alberta/university-of-calgary/|
Graduate Fellowship Description
The University of Calgary requests applications from Postdoctoral Graduate students for the available position of:
Post:Doctoral Fellow in Cardiovascular Genetics.
The fields of interest for the fellowship will be to work at the Cardiovascular Institute at the University of Calgary. Molecular Biology and cardiovascular research. Laboratory experiments.
The candidate needs to be able to work in a team as and individually.
The objective of the research is to focus on parts of cell:mobile or portable junctions in the pathogenesis of ARVC making use of mouse models for the research experiments.
Requirements of applicants are that they are expected to have demonstrated an excellent academic and publication record and excellent communication skills will be an advantage. The successful candidate has to be enthusiastic to bring his/her own ideas into a young dynamic research team.
The University is located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Â We are known to offer the greatest activity variety in the whole of Calgary.
Interested individuals will be required to supply a letter of interest, an updated CV and names of three references.
For any further information or questions regarding the application process or more information about the University itself please contact:
Dr. Brenda Gerull at [email protected]
Applicants can also find facts and more information on the University Page.
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