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31 de julio de 2020

17 contratos doctorales en inmunología en Alemania con una pinta muy buena

The newly established Research Training Group GRK2599 funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) announces the opening of:

17 Doctoral Positions
(Starting 01. January 2021, 3 years)

The goal of the proposed Research Training Group GRK2599 is to establish an in-ternationally competitive research and training program to promote young scientists and medical students in the field of immunology. The research field focuses on de-fined molecular regulators in different cells of the immune system, including DCs and macrophages and subpopulations found within the group of T cells and B cells and their roles in inflammation, autoimmunity, infection and cancer.
To identify and explore new fine-tuners of adaptive immune responses and immune memory. The doctoral candidates will apply genome-wide transcriptome analysis, modern imaging techniques, transgenic mouse technologies and CRISPR-mediated genome editing.
Core elements of the training program are a bi-weekly RTG Paul-Ehrlich-Club, re-search-specific as well as interdisciplinary hard skill and soft skill workshops, inter-nal RTG research retreats and RTG network meetings, the RTG guest speaker se-ries, the RTG’s public relation program as well as a trainee program financed by the RTG in research labs outside of Germany.
We are looking for natural science doctoral candidates from Germany and abroad with a very good master’s degree in biology, biochemistry, immunology, pharmacy, human biology, chemistry, or related subjects. 
Detailed information about the research and training programs, as well as the appli-cation process, can be found on our homepage at http://www.lymphozyten.de.

Técnico de laboratorio bio molecular en una empresa biofarmacéutica

Laboratory Technician (R&D Department, Biology Unit)
Reference
TECHNICIAN BIOLOGY

Job Description:

The ideal candidate will possess significant experience in molecular biology techniques and will join the Drug Discovery team, Biology unit.



Must have:
Technical background in a biology-related area.
Minimum 2 years of experience in similar roles.
Experience in developing and optimizing immunoassays.
Highly motivated.
Ability to work as part of multidisciplinary teams.
Ability to work independently in the planning and correct execution of laboratory assays.
Medium English level.
Experience working under ISO, GLP, GCP or similar

Main activities:
Perform laboratory assays using molecular biology techniques, following the protocols and assay design established by the principal research scientist.
Actively participate in the design of experiments, optimization of new assays and in the improvement of standard protocols.
Verification and calibration of laboratory equipment.
Stock management of reagents and consumables.
Preliminary analysis of experimental results which will be revised by the principal research scientist.
Write standard operating procedures (SOPs) under the supervision of the main researcher and according to the internally established protocols.



Desirable: Experience in ELISA and protein purification techniques.



Start date: September 2020.


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JOB VACANCY TECHNICIAN BIOLOGY

Trabaja para Fauna & Flora International como especialista en plásticos marinos

Technical Specialist, Marine Plastics

Salary: Circa £33,000 per annum, dependent on skills and experience

Start Date: As soon as possible

Contract Type: Permanent

Location: Fauna & Flora International, Cambridge (some remote working may be considered). Some travel within the UK and internationally may be required.

We are offering a unique opportunity to contribute to the effective delivery and future development of our marine plastics work. The Technical Specialist, Marine Plastics, will play an important role within the Conservation Science and Design team, leading on technical aspects of our marine plastics work.

We are looking for a high-performing and experienced technical specialist with a sound and up-to-date knowledge of marine plastics issues, and experience of developing solutions and changing practice, particularly in relation to microplastics. You will have demonstrable ability and track record in working constructively with a range of stakeholders, including the corporate sector and government, and will be able to represent our work effectively to diverse external audiences.

You will have strong research and analytical skills combined with the ability to present convincing arguments. You will be able to communicate with confidence and credibility to a range of audiences, and have experience in building and maintaining productive organisational and external stakeholder relationships.

In return, the role offers the opportunity to work within a ground-breaking and entrepreneurial organisation, at the forefront of global conservation, with opportunity to apply your skills and expertise where appropriate. In addition, FFI offers a generous pension contribution, attractive annual leave allowance and life insurance.

Our offices are located in The David Attenborough Building in central Cambridge, just a few minutes’ walk from glorious historic buildings and museums, the picturesque River Cam, the central market and shopping centre, and a host of cafés and restaurants.

Please view the following document for further details of the position and how to apply:

Download Application Pack

The closing date for applications is Tuesday, 11 August 2020.

30 de julio de 2020

20 ofertas de doctorado con muy buenas condiciones para investigar biomedicina en Alemania

i2TRON is a highly innovative PhD training program on “integrating immune strategies for Translational Research in Oncology and Neurology” and is supported by the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) within their PRIDE program. We will develop the next generation of translational scientists as boundary crossers, domain experts and skilled communicators.
Inflammation is a common hallmark shared across different non-communicable diseases (NCD).

i2TRON aims to advance our mechanistic insight into failures of the immune system across diverse disease areas including cancer, neurodegeneration, autoimmunity and allergy. Such insights will lead to discoveries of new biomarkers and therapeutic targets of NCDs, and facilitate translation into novel treatment strategies to advance research innovations, and to turn new mechanistic insight into diagnostic and therapeutic strategies to improve patient care.

What we offer:
20 PhD STUDENT positions are available with up to 4 years fixed-term contracts, full-time.
Among these, 4 positions are available for medical doctors in an MD-PhD program that can also be filled part-time over 6.5 years to allow for a parallel specialty training.

Earliest start date will be January 1st, 2021 after a comprehensive and competitive selection process starting in September 2020. The program includes individualized transferable skills training, career development programs, opportunities for international conference visits, internships in partner institutions regular scientific lectures by leading international speakers and annual PhD retreats.

PhD candidates will conduct their research projects in a highly interdisciplinary environment at either LIH, the UL, the CHL or the LNS. All PhD candidates will be enrolled at the University of Luxembourg or – for a limited number of projects in collaboration with the Department of Clinical Research - at the University of Southern Denmark.

The program will allow the candidates to obtain a PhD degree in Systems and Molecular Biomedicine or Health Sciences with a focus on:
> Cancer Biology and Precision Medicine
> Immuno-Oncology
> Allergy Immunotherapy
> Anaphylaxis
> Neurodegeneration
> Microbiome/Metabolism
> Patient-based Disease Modelling

Please visit the i2TRON website for details on the available 20 projects: https://www.lih.lu/page/dtu-i2tron

We are seeking excellent and highly motivated candidates holding a Master’s degree (MSc or equivalent) in a field related to the topics of the PhD program or an MD degree in Medicine interested in becoming a translational scientist at the interface between fundamental and clinical research. Advanced English knowledge in spoken and written is required, as English is the working language.

Methoden:
Applications including a cover letter stating up to 3 project preferences (see project description on the website), a full curriculum vitae with at least 2 references and the relevant diplomas showing marks should be submitted by 15 September 2020 through the following website:  www.lih.lu/jobs. Ref:VD/I2TRON0720/RK/TTM

With up to 4-year fixed-term contract, full time (up to 6.5 y for MD)

Homepage: http://https://www.lih.lu/jobs/detail/4-md-phd-and-16-phd-student-positions-in-systems-neuro-cancer-immunology-rk0720-13091

6 plazas de técnico en gestión ambiental

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Descripción:
Técnico/a Gestión Ambiental

Órgano convocante:
Ayuntamiento de Valencia - VALENCIA

Selección de:
PERSONAL FUNCIONARIO
Vía:
via INGRESO LIBRE
Titulación:
titulacionLicenciatura o Grado en Biología o en Ciencias Ambientales, Ingeniero/a Superior Agrónomo/a o de Montes o Licenciado/a en Geografía o Grado en Geografía y Medio Ambiente o Licenciatura en Geología, Licenciatura o Grado en Ciencias Geológicas o Ingeniero Geólogo, o equivalente, Grado en Ingeniería en Tecnologías Industriales, más Master Universitario en materia de Ingeniería industrial o titulación equivalente,
Plazas:
6 Libres: 1 Internas: 5
Ámbito geográfico:
LOCAL
Provincia:
VALENCIA
Dirección de Internet:
Más información
Plazos (*):
Hasta el 24/08/2020 El plazo de presentación de solicitudes será de veinte días hábiles a contar desde el siguiente al de la publicación de esta resolución en el «Boletín Oficial del Estado»
Disposiciones:
fuenteBOLETÍN OFICIAL DEL ESTADODispuesto el 03/07/2020 Publicado el 27/07/2020descripcionResolución de 3 de julio de 2020, del Ayuntamiento de Valencia, referente a la convocatoria para proveer varias plazas
(https://www.boe.es/diario_boe/txt.php?id=BOE-A-2020-8597)
fuenteBOLETÍN OFICIAL DE LA PROVINCIADispuesto el 19/06/2020 Publicado el 02/07/2020descripcionEdicto del Excelentísimo Ayuntamiento de Valencia sobre rectificación en las bases de la convocatoria para proveer en propiedad de seis plazas de técnico/a de Gestión Ambienta
(https://bop.dival.es/bop/drvisapi.dll?LO=00000001a6b7c8d9000000050000004c00000690434fb01d000000000001000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000&type=application/pdf)
fuenteBOLETÍN OFICIAL DE LA PROVINCIADispuesto el 22/02/2019 Publicado el 18/03/2019descripcionAnuncio del Excelentísimo Ayuntamiento de Valencia sobre modificación de diversas bases de convocatoria: 4 plazas de agente de Igualdad, 2 plazas de técnico/a prevención riesgos laborales y 6 plazas técnico/a gestión ambiental
(https://bop.dival.es/bop/drvisapi.dll?LO=00000001a6b7c8d9000000050000004f00000328434f025a000000000001000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000&type=application/pdf)
fuenteBOLETÍN OFICIAL DE LA PROVINCIADispuesto el 28/09/2018 Publicado el 18/10/2018descripcionAnuncio del Excelentísimo Ayuntamiento de Valencia sobre modificación de bases de las siguientes convocatorias: seis plazas de técnico/a de Gestión Ambiental, ocho plazas de técnico/a de Participación Ciudadana y Transparencia y cinco plazas de técnico/a de Turismo
(https://bop.dival.es/bop/drvisapi.dll?LO=00000001a6b7c8d9000000050000003500001557434ece1c000000000001000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000&type=application/pdf)
fuenteBOLETÍN OFICIAL DE LA CIUDAD DE MELILLADispuesto el 12/01/2018 Publicado el 23/07/2018descripcionAnuncio del Excelentísimo Ayuntamiento de Valencia sobre acuerdo aprobatorio de las Bases de la convocatoria para proveer en propiedad 6 plazas de Técnico/a de Gestión Ambiental
(https://bop.dival.es/bop/drvisapi.dll?LO=00000001a6b7c8d9000000050000002800001927434eb4b7000000000001000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000&type=application/pdf)

Colabora identificando peces en este proyecto de inteligencia artificial

We have a collaborative study between NOAA and Coral Morphologic to examine
the impact of COVID-19 changes in shipping on the fish community inhabiting
a coral reef in the Port of Miami. We have collected over 200 hours of
video to undertake this analysis and our partners with Blue Counter (
bluecounter.net) have developed artificial intelligence software to
identify and count the various fish species. We are now in need of
volunteers to help with training this software, primarily by identifying
fish from certain video frame-splits. We will train you, so fish
identification or Python data-processing experience is not required. If
you are interested, please go to bluecounter.com and click on the volunteer
link to register. We would like all potential volunteers to register by
Friday, August 7.

Thank you,
Chris, Colin, and Jishnu

--
Dr. Christopher R. Kelble
Oceanographer
NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory
Ocean Chemistry & Ecosystem Division
4301 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, FL 33149
(o) 1-305-361-4330, (c) 1-786-247-6072
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Consigue una beca para hacer un doctorado eco-evo en Australia

(Nota de Fernando: Trabajé con Mike y te lo recomiendo al 100% como mentor. Es un crack y una buenísima persona. De hecho, seguro que lo empiezas a notar al leer este texto.)

Australian National University: International applicants for PhDs in
Ecology & Evolution

Are you a high-achieving studentinterested in pursuing a PhD? Do you want
to work with top researchers, in a welcoming multinational department,
in a liveable, peaceful city, in a beautiful country? Then check out
theDivision of Ecology & Evolutionat the Australian National University.

Our Science: We provide an outstanding research environment with a
world-class reputation. Our staff include global leaders in molecular
ecology, phylogenetics, evolutionary genetics and ecology, behavioural
ecology, and macroecology. We research a wide range of topics ĄV from
orchid interactions with pollinators and mycorrhizae to cuckoo-host arms
races; from the evolution of genomes to that of languages. If you are
interested in doing a PhD with us check out our Research Groups below,
and contact prospective supervisors.

Diverse students: Right now we are home to PhD students from Bangladesh,
Brazil, New Zealand, Indonesia, Iran, Sri Lanka, Japan, Mexico, Thailand,
Nigeria, China, Taiwan, South Korea, Vietnam, U.S.A., Canada, Northern
Ireland, Russia, Italy, and Uzbekistan. We even have a few Aussies!

Our values: We work hard to provide quality supervision and we take pride
in creating an atmosphere that values intellectual rigour, inclusivity,
mentorship, community, social activities and enjoyment of science. Our
PhD students are well supported through internal funding, including
for conference travel, and our research facilities are superb. We
have a thriving community of PhD students and Postdoctoral Fellows,
and our graduates go on to productive careers in many areas of science
and beyond. Warning though ĄV once you arrive in Australia you won't
want to leave!

Location: The ANU is situated in the capital city of Canberra, which is
the countryĄŚs most liveable city. We are surrounded by bushland. There
are sometimes kangaroos on campus, and always possums. We are across
the street from the beautiful National Botanic Gardens. Due to the many
embassies in Canberra there are frequent cultural evenings, art exhibits,
film festivals and music events; and the politicians ensure there are
countless restaurants and bars to relax in after work.

The Australian National University:We have an international reputation for
research excellence. The ANU consistently ranks in the top 50 universities
in the world (e.g. 31 on QS World Rankings).

Candidates: Fully funded International PhD scholarships are highly
competitive at the ANU. To be a viable candidate you need: (1) excellent
undergraduate marks; (2) a Masters by Research with a high mark; or an
equivalent large Honours thesis; or (rarely) equivalent proof of research
experience. (3) While it is not essential, if you have published papers
this is a big bonus.

What do I do?First, contact potential supervisors from the list of staff
on the Research Groups above(include your CV and grades). If they are
interested in supervising you (conditional on you having funding),
then contact theGraduate Program Convenor, Professor Celeste Linde
(eeg.hdr.convenor.rsb@anu.edu.au), by 14th August 2020with: a detailed
CV, full academic transcripts, the name of your potential supervisor and
a brief description of a research project that you and your potential
supervisor have discussed. We will then compile a short-list of applicants
and invite them to formally apply to the ANU. Our system is designed
to avoid discrimination on the basis of which country or institute you
studied at. Rich or poor, North or South. As long as it is a reputable,
accredited institute you are eligible.

How it works: For now, we are assuming that your personal finances
are such that you need an ANU fellowship to do a PhD. We don't want to
waste your time, or make you pay an application fee unnecessarily. We
will therefore only recommend you apply for a PhD if you have a
viable chance of winning an ANU scholarship. Even then it is still
a very competitive process (we can make no promises). There is no
separate scholarship application. You simply apply for a PhD and tick a
scholarship box. Entry to the PhD program is open to applicants with a
Bachelor degree and having completed (or in the process of completing)
an Honours or Masters research (as opposed to coursework) degree that
comprises at least a half year, full time research component and a thesis
(5,000-10,000 words). Applicants with significant research experience
and publications may be deemed eligible if their achievements can be
justified as equivalent to completing an Honours/Masters degree.

Theapplication form is here, along with general information onhow to
applyand the details about theDoctor of Philosophy program. But read
on now as you need to plan ahead in case you are shortlisted. In brief,
your PhD application, due by31 August,requires:

Academic transcripts & graduation/completion certificates from your
Bachelor and Honours/MSc degree (in their original language and, if
needed, a translation), with grading scale information.A current CV,
include scholarships or prizes, publications and conferences.Research
proposal (this is quite short and your potential supervisor can help you
with it).Proficient in English: For many countries a current IELTS or
TOEFL certificate is required (see ANU policy). Note: You can state this
is pending. If awarded a scholarship you must then pass the test.Three
referee reports. You need to enter your referee details on the application
form. The system then automatically sends them a link to complete an
online form. NB: You need to ensure your referees are willing and able
to write letters and do so promptly. Plan ahead and alert them.

The information on this posting with active hyperlinks is at:
https://biology.anu.edu.au/research/divisions/division-ecology-and-evolution/international-applicants-for-phds-in-ecology-evolution



Professor MichaelJennions

Head of Division
Division of Ecology & Evolution
Research School ofBiology
ANU College of Science
RN Robertson Building
46 Sullivans Creek Road
The Australian National University
Canberra ACT 2600 Australia

T: +61 2 6125 2866

michael.jennions@anu.edu.au

W:http://thejennionslab.weebly.com

CRICOS #00120C

26 de julio de 2020

Prácticas coordinando redes sociales en una ONG internacional de conservación de los océanos


General Summary

The Social Media Intern works in a fast-paced environment and is able to work both independently and in teams to meet deadlines and accomplish tasks. This position reports to the Social Media Specialist and assists in executing Oceana’s social media strategy to support our campaigns, promote our brand awareness and further our fundraising goals.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

Essential Functions:

1. Draft and schedule content to be posted on Oceana’s key social media platforms, including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube with Oceana campaign updates, calls to action, fundraising efforts, and more.

2. Engage with social media follower engagements and comments across Oceana’s key social media platforms.

3. Support analyzing and reporting on Oceana’s social media impact across main platforms, including Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.

4. Participate in intra-department team effort to increase production of and effectiveness of video content.

Job Requirements

Education and work experience:

1. Pursuing a BA/BS OR recent grad in Marketing, Communication, Public Relations, or related field

2. Previous social media content creation experience a plus

Skills and knowledge:

1. Comfortable creating content for social media platforms, including Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and LinkedIn

2. Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint)

3. Ability to multi-task and work in fast-paced environment

4. Excellent written communication skills

5. Familiarity with AP style

6. Experience with Engaging Networks a plus

Required Competencies:

1. Effective Communication: Understands the value of effective communication. Can deliver messages in a clear, compelling and concise manner. Actively listens, checks for understanding and adjusts content and style to meet the needs of different stakeholders.

2. Situational Adaptability: Recognizes the need to be flexible and act differently in different situations – bring empathy in times of stress and change, firm direction in times of uncertainty, or diplomacy in times of conflict.

3. Being Resilient: Must be resilient and able rebound from setbacks and adversity when facing difficult situations. Can stay focused and composed in stressful situations, take constructive action and is viewed as a source of confidence in high-stress situations.

4. Interpersonal Savvy: Approaches relationships in an “others-oriented” way. Can taps into a range of interpersonal skills and approaches and knows when to use what with whom.

“Oceana values a diverse workforce and welcomes people different from each other in many ways, including characteristics such as race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, and national origin. Oceana considers all qualified candidates and seeks to recruit from a diverse candidate pool.”

25 de julio de 2020

Oportunidades de master, doctorado y postdoc en microbiología en Alemania

The newly founded Emmy Noether group, The Schuller Lab, opens in the attractive and historic city of Marburg. We are located at the Research Center for Synthetic Microbiology (SYNMIKRO), a joint institute of the Philipps University and the MPI for Terrestrial Microbiology - A hot spot for microbiological research in Germany. We cooperate closely with the laboratory of Prof. Volker Müller (University of Frankfurt), a world-renowned expert in the field of microbiology and physiology of acetobacteria.

The Schuller laboratory is particularly interested in biological systems responsible for biological carbon fixation, biological energy conversion and transport. We use the tools of high-resolution cryoEM single particle analysis, biochemistry and molecular biology to understand the mechanism of enzymes and metabolic processes in organisms that have high potential for Synthetic Biology approaches. The new knowledge could be used to create improved industrial microbes for the production of chemical compounds, to produce solar fuels and to sequester CO2 to combat global warming.

Acetobacteria are used in industrial-scale plants (see www.lanzatech.com) to capture and recycle CO2. Thanks to a unique set of enzymes, they can thrive in a gas mixture called syngas (CO2+CO+H2) that is waste in industrial processes. These enzymes are part of the Wood-Ljungdahl pathway, an ancient metabolic pathway that combines the fixation of carbon dioxide with the synthesis of ATP and is therefore considered one of the oldest life-supporting pathways on Earth. The projects are a collaborative effort with the Müller group (University of Frankfurt) and include the structural characterization of newly discovered metabolic enzymes from acetobacteria.

The techniques involved include standard molecular biological techniques, purification and handling of multi-protein complexes, high-resolution imaging by cryo-EM, image processing, 3D reconstruction and molecular modelling.

If you have a university degree in biochemistry, life sciences, physics or other related fields and have a strong interest in structural microbiology, you should contact Jan Schuller (jan.schuller@synmikro.uni-marburg.de) and inquire about open projects.


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Von:

Jan Schuller
jan.schuller@synmikro.uni-marburg.de
Philipps University - SYNMIKRO Research Center
Marburg

24 de julio de 2020

Jugosísimo postdoc aplicando inteligencia artificial al estudio de las señales en peces (USA/Francia)

A postdoctoral fellowship is available to study the
evolution of animal signal design with Tamra Mendelson at
UMBC (www.mendelsonlab.net [1]) and Julien Renoult at CNRS
(https://www.eevcom-montpellier.com/julien-renoult.html [2]). The
project asks how information theory informs the evolution of pattern
preferences and signal design, and the study organism is a lineage of
North American freshwater fish called darters, which are beautiful,
fun to catch, and fascinating to watch. The postdoc will primarily use
AI methods to analyze and manipulate images of fish and habitats, with
some behavioral experiments and field collections. We also encourage
additional projects suited to the candidate’s interests.

The primary geographic location of the research will be in Mendelson’s
lab at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) in Catonsville,
MD, with at least one extended visit to Renoult’s lab at the Center
for Functional and Evolutionary Ecology (CEFE - CNRS) in Montpellier,
France. UMBC is a national model for diversity and inclusive excellence
in STEM, and the department of Biological Sciences is research-intensive,
with thriving graduate and undergraduate programs (http://biology.umbc.edu
[3]). Catonsville is a quiet place to live with easy access to
the mountains to the west, ocean to the east, and two major cities,
Baltimore and Washington, D.C. The CEFE is the largest French research
center in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Montpellier, located next
to the Mediterranean sea and surrounded by vineyards, hosts the largest
community of ecologists in Europe; its university is currently ranked
first in Ecology in the global Shanghai ranking.

This is a 3-year NSF-funded position with a starting salary of 54,000
USD per year, increasing 3% per year, plus benefits. Candidates with a
doctoral degree focusing on computational biology, animal behavior, and/or
evolutionary biology are encouraged to apply. Please send a CV and brief
cover letter outlining your interests and experience to tamram@umbc.edu
and julien.renoult@cefe.cnrs.fr. We look forward to hearing from you!

Tamra C. Mendelson, Ph.D.
Professor and Associate Chair
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Maryland Baltimore County
tamram@umbc.eduwww.mendelsonlab.net [4]
Interdisciplinary Consortium for Applied Research in the Environment
(ICARE [5])



Links:
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[1] http://www.mendelsonlab.net/
[2] https://www.eevcom-montpellier.com/julien-renoult.html
[3] http://biology.umbc.edu/
[4] http://www.mendelsonlab.net
[5] http://icare.umbc.edu

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