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Postdoc posts/Melbourne/Mitochondrial Neurodegeneration

Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by zelenkov, Jan 18, 2002.

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    zelenkov Junior Member
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    Two Post-doctoral positions are available immediately, to study aspects of
    mitochondrial function in neurodegeneration. Both positions are
    commercially funded, are for one year in the first instance with possible
    extension up to three years subject to the successful completion of project
    milestones. Ideally suited to new PhD graduates or post docs with up to
    three years experience. Experience in mitochondrial biochemistry,
    microscopic imaging/cell biology OR cellular neuroscience
    desirable. Conditions and remuneration will be negotiable and at the
    higher end of Australian scales, including generous superannuation
    provisions. In first instance, please email brief CV including two
    professional referees to [email protected] Shortlisted candidates
    will be sent full selection criteria and job descriptions and invited to
    formally apply.

    Melbourne, for those who don't know it, is a wonderful, cosmopolitan city
    of 3.5 million people (30% of whom were born overseas), sitting astride
    great beaches for the summer and just two hours from snowfields in Winter,
    although snow has never been seen in the city and the climate is
    "Mediterranean" ...and the food is great!

    Ian Trounce
    Head, Neurodegeneration Laboratory
    Centre for Neuroscience
    University of Melbourne
    Victoria 3010

    email: [email protected]

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