Researcher, Experimental diabetes research, spec. regulated exocytosis.
Sort on published: 2018-05-25
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The Department of Medical Cell Biology at Uppsala University has a strong and international research environment with over 100 scientists, including around 25 PhD students, 20 postdocs and 30 researchers and professors
A postdoc researcher position is available immediately at the Department of Medical Cell Biology, in the group of Sebastian Barg. The lab studies the cell biology of regulated exocytosis and hormone secretion in the context of type-2 diabetes, using high-resolution and single molecule imaging in combination with patch-clamp electrophysiology and genetic approaches. For more information about the lab see http://www.mcb.uu.se/res/groups/sb/
The Department of Medical Cell Biology has a strong commitment to diabetes research and is part of the national EXODIAB network (http://www.exodiab.se/). There is excellent access to core facilities for imaging and other relevant technologies through the nearby national SciLifeLab.
You are expected to conduct research understanding the mechanisms related to secretion and how these mechanisms fail in diabetes. This involves experimental work using high-resolution live cell imaging, molecular biology, super-resolution imaging, image analysis, culturing cell lines and primary cells. and active participation in the day to day operation and mission of the lab, including supervision of research students and participation in the writing of grant application and publications. Teaching (including supervision of research students) and administrative duties can be a part of the position, to a maximum of 20 %.
To qualify for an employment as a post-doctoral researcher, the applicants must hold a PhD degree or a foreign qualification deemed equivalent to a PhD. The candidate is expected to have a strong track record of high quality research in an area relevant to the position, and should be competitive for external funding. Prior teaching or administrative experience is a merit. Applications are judged according to eligibility, previous experience and scientific excellence within related ﬁelds, and personal suitability.
Your application should include:
- Cover letter motivating your interest in the position and your suitability (no more than 1 page)
- Curriculum vitae (no more than 2 pages)
- Complete list of publications
- Names and contact info for 2-3 references
Salary: Individual salary
Starting date: 2018-08-01 or as otherwise agreed
Working hours: 100%
Type of employment: Permanent position
For further information about the position please contact: Associate Prof. Sebastian Barg, Sebastian.Barg@mcb.uu.se, 018-471 4660
You are welcome to submit your application no later than 2018-06-15, reference number UFV-PA 2018/1739.
Please do not send offers of recruitment or advertising services. Applications must be submitted as described in this advertisement.
Placement: Department of Medical Cell Biology
Type of employment: Full time , Permanent position
Pay: Fixed salary
Number of positions: 1
Working hours: 100 %
County: Uppsala län
Ellena Papaioannou, Seko
Suzanne Borén Andersson, TCO/ST 018-471 6251
Per Sundman, Saco-rådet 018-471 1485
Number of reference: UFV-PA 2018/1739
Last application date: 2018-06-15
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