The selected candidate(s) will join our ongoing efforts to study the links between circadian disruption and psychiatric disorders, and the post-translational modifications of clock proteins.
Expected background of candidates
Candidates should hold a B.Sc. or M.Sc. (to apply for a graduate student position) or a Ph.D. (to apply for a postdoctoral position) in basic biological sciences (e.g. Neuroscience, Biochemistry...) at the time of taking up the position.
How to apply
To apply for a position, the following documents should be sent by email to Dr. Nicolas Cermakian (firstname.lastname@example.org):
- Letter of presentation/motivation
- CV (including list of several reference persons)
- University transcripts (for applicants for graduate student positions)
Place of work: Fribourg
Contract: 1 year, with 2; possible 2-year extensions. Maximum duration is 5 years
Please consult also our web-page at: http://www.unifr.ch/biology
Applicant profile: We are seeking outstanding and highly motivated candidates with a master degree in Biology (major Molecular biology, biochemistry or equivalent), Biomedicine or a closely related field. The position involves a modest amount of assistance in practical courses of the Bachelor/Master curricula in Biology, Biomedicine and Medicine. Good command of English and German or French is expected.