PhD position in Biology, Plant Cell and Molecular Biology.
Time-resolving the dynamics of plant autophagy molecular machinery.
Position at the Department of Molecular Sciences, SLU, Sweden
In this project the doctoral student will perform a detailed time-resolved in planta analysis of autophagic response to a short and prolonged stress, focusing on duration of the transcriptional and post-translational signaling.
The successful candidate must have basic eligibility for third cycle education.
Four years of full-time employment as a doctoral student at SLU. Additionally, the employment will be prolonged to compensate for the doctoral students’ time spent on teaching at the department (up to 20% of the planned 4 years).
December 10th, 2018 or later (the date is negotiable)
Dead-line for application: 2018.09.30
How to apply
Please fill in this APPLICATION FORM (use the ref number advertisement SLU ua 2018.2.5.1-2242)
For more info click here.
Positions in Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, and United Kingdom
DRIVE (Driving next generation autophagy researchers towards translation) is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action (MSCA), Innovative Training Network (ITN) H2020-MSCA-ITN-2017, funded by the European Commission under Grant Agreement n. 765912.
Eligibility (who can apply): Early-Stage Researchers (ESRs).
Application: eligible candidates should fill in the application form and upload a cover letter stating their motivation and research interests, an updated CV with the dates of relevant diplomas (day, month and year), and the contact information of 2 referee persons.
Applicants should apply to their preferred research team within DRIVE’s network (click here for details), but they can indicate a secondary and tertiary preference in their application.