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Position as PhD Research fellow available at Department of Biosciences, Section for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Proteomics group.
The fellowship will be for a period of 3 years. Starting date no later than 01.04.2018.
No one can be appointed for more than one PhD Research Fellowship period at the University of Oslo.
A position for a PhD research fellow SKO 1017 in mass spectrometry-based protein analysis is available at the Proteomics group at the Department of Biosciences, University of Oslo. The Proteomics group is applying proteome technologies for own research and customers of the proteomics service. More information about the proteomics group can be found at: http://www.mn.uio.no/ibv/english/research/sections/bmb/Research%20groups/thiede-group/index.html.
The project is part of the multidisciplinary research training program “Analytics for Biologics (A4B)” in qualitative and quantitative analysis and purification of therapeutic protein species. The graduate school is offering 15 PhD positions with the aim to produce the much-needed specialists in field of production, down-stream processing and analysis of therapeutic proteins (TP). This Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) is composed of 11 European academic and industrial institutions and provides the optimal scientific network for training schools and individual research projects toward a common goal. Within her/his respective project, each PhD student will receive a background in production, analysis and economic exploitation of TPs, and training in relevant soft skills. This training will be provided during dedicated Training Schools, soft skills training sessions and a number of workshops to be hosted at the different partner institutions. For more information about the positions within this program see below and at www.analytics4biologics.eu
The project at the University of Oslo is focusing on developing protein quantification methods for therapeutic proteins and their modifications using peptide and protein labeling techniques in combination with liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry.
Requirements and qualifications
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences has a strategic ambition of being a leading research faculty. Candidates for these fellowships will be selected in accordance with this, and expected to be in the upper segment of their class with respect to academic credentials.
The purpose of the fellowship is research training leading to the successful completion of a PhD degree.
The fellowship requires admission to the PhD programme at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. The application to the PhD programme must be submitted to the department no later than two months after taking up the position. For more information see:
How to apply:
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Please see the guidelines and regulations for appointments to Research Fellowships at the University of Oslo.
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