JOB MARKET
Positions in International  Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IIMCB) for:

senior post-doc experienced in biochemistry and structural biology. For more see: Link
junior post-doc for modeling of RNA-small molecule interactions. For more seeLink
PhD student in biochemistry and structural biology of RNA. For more see:  Link
PhD student for modeling of RNA-small molecule interactions. For more see: Link
technician (MSc, or PhD) in biochemistry and molecular biology of RNA. For more see Link

Deadline for applications: July 14, 2017.


Consultant in spinal cord injuries, Queen Elizabeth Spinal Unit, Glasgow 

 
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Consultant in Spinal Cord Injuries based within the Queen Elizabeth Spinal Unit, Glasgow UK.
This is a full-time post, with responsibility for acute care and rehabilitation. The Unit hosts a fully embedded research facility.

For more see: Link

Postdoctoral position: neural stem cells in spinal cord injury, University of California - San Diego 

A post-doctoral position is available to study neural stem cell biology in models of rodent spinal cord injury. Experience is desirable in neural stem cell culture methods, spinal cord injury models, molecular biology (including transcriptomic analysis) and viral tracing tools in neuroscience. Experience in each of these disciplines is not essential.

Please address correspondence to Mark Tuszynski, MD, PhD at mtuszynski@ucsd.edu


Postdoctoral position with ICORD's Autonomic Laboratory 

ICORD, in the UBC Faculty of Medicine, Vancouver Campus, is seeking a postdoctoral research fellow to join an established group of scientists and clinicians in the laboratory of Dr. Andrei Krassioukov for a two year term (with possibility of extension), starting immediately.
To apply, please send your CV, statement of research interests, any spinal cord-related publications and the names and contact information for three referees to krassioukov@icord.org.


3 Postdoctoral positions in Strasbourg

Project 1: Physiology and pathology of striatal development - towards understanding and treatment of restless legs syndrome.
Project 2: New targets and pathways in neuroprotection - relevance for treatment of basal ganglia disorders
Project 3: New tools in biological studies

For more see: Project 1; project 2; project 3

Contact:

Wojciech Krezel (Research Director, INSERM); IGBMC, 1, rue L.Fries, 67404 Illkirch (CU Strasbourg), France; email: krezel@igbmc.fr; Phone : +33 388 653 349


Postdoctoral position in Marseille from October 2017

Topic: INTRAVITAL DYNAMIC IMAGING OF NEUROINFLAMMATORY CELLULAR EVENTS AFTER
IMPLANTATION OF A BMI-NEUROPROSTHESIS IN THE TRAUMATIZED SPINAL CORD

Site: Institut de Neurosciences de la Timone UMR 7289; 27 Bd Jean Moulin 13385 Marseille Cedex 05, France

Qualification: skills in microsurgery, fluorescent microscopy, intravital electrophysiology, programming automated image analysis.
Short stays in Toledo (Spain) and/or Homburg (Germany) are to be considered.

For more see: LINK


Postdoctoral position in the Laboratory of Neuromuscular Plasticity at the Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology,

We are currently seeking an enthusiastic scientist for a postdoctoral position in our Laboratory who will participate in the project titled: “Spinal cord repair from endogenous stem cells in the spinal niche (NEURONICHE)”. This is a consortium project financed by the EU program ERA-NET CoFund under Horizon 2020 (for more information see http://www.neuron-eranet.eu/en/ ). The team of our consortium comprises colleagues from the UK, Germany, Belgium, France and Poland, among them basic neuroscientists and neurosurgeons.

For information and application please contact the Laboratory Head, Prof. Urszula Sławińska (u.slawinska@nencki.gov.pl ) and see: LINK

For more information about the Laboratory of Neuromuscular Plasticity see http://en.nencki.gov.pl/laboratory-of-neuromuscular-plasticity.

Please send your application to: u.dziewulska@nencki.gov.pl 

Application deadline: April 30th, 2017


Lecturer Position at KING'S COLLEGE LONDON - Wolfson Centre for Age-Related Diseases

LOCATION: London; SALARY: £40,523 to £48,327 Grade 7 p.a.;HOURS: Full Time; CONTRACT TYPE:Permanent
PLACED ON: 7th March 2017; CLOSES: 27th March 2017
JOB REF: A7/PNW/0502/17-SS

The post is for a Lecturer who will carry out research within the Wolfson Centre for Age-Related Diseases (CARD), and teaching within the
Neuroscience and/or a related department. Within the Wolfson CARD, several PIs study regeneration mechanisms and have expertise in animal models of spinal cord injury and stroke.

For an informal discussion to find out more about the role please contact Professor Pat Doherty patrick.doherty@kcl.ac.uk

The deadline for applications is midnight on 27th March 2017.

For more see:  http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/AXV155/lecturer


Position of a Group Leader in Genomics Technology Development

Enclosed please find the most recent Group Leader vacancy notices from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL). Location: Heidelberg, Germany, staff category: staff member, contract duration: 5 years

Deadline for sending applications: 5 April, 2017

For more see: LINK


PhD/Postdoc. Position Available in Israel

We seek for PhD students and postdocs. for projects aiming to better understand the molecular mechanisms controlling brain development and their implications in adult neurological and psychiatric disorders.

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Post-doc position in the Laboratory of Neurobiology

Professor Leszek Kaczmarek (Laboratory of Neurobiology, Nencki Institute of Experimental  Biology in Warsaw) is searching for 2 outstanding postdoctoral candidates for the research project entitled: Pursuing addiction: appetitive learning and synaptic plasticity in the amygdala.

Application deadline: September 15, 2016

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Basic biomedical fellowships

Support for postdoctoral researchers in basic biomedical science at each stage of their career.

Sir Henry Wellcome Postdoctoral Fellowships
Provide support for the most promising newly qualified postdoctoral researchers.

Sir Henry Dale Fellowships
Provide support for outstanding postdoctoral scientists wishing to build their own independent, biomedical research career based in a UK academic organisation.

Research Career Development Fellowships in Basic Biomedical Science
Provide an opportunity for postdoctoral scientists to become independent research scientists and to undertake research of high quality in a Republic of Ireland institution.

Senior Research Fellowships in Basic Biomedical Science
Provide support for exceptional individuals who can demonstrate their ability to carry out independent research.

Career Re-entry Fellowships
Provide postdoctoral scientists who have had a recent break of at least two years with the opportunity to return to high-quality research, with the potential for refresher or further training.