Fixed-term Academic Research Fellow, University of St Andrews, Scotland. ~

13 de junio de 2011

Fixed-term Academic Research Fellow, University of St Andrews, Scotland.

The School of Biology at the University of St Andrews is one of the
leading departments of Biology in the UK. We offer several different
degree programmes, including Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Ecology &
Conservation and Marine Biology as well as general Biology, and additional
joint degree options.

We are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic research fellow to join the
School of Biology. You will work alongside leading academics with the
potential to contribute to collaborative research projects. You will
have a degree in the life sciences and will hold a relevant PhD. Ideally
you will conduct research complementary to some of the School's research
expertise established within the Centre of Evolution, Genes and Genomics
and the Institute for Behavioural and Neural Sciences. The School is
also developing a Centre for the study of Biological Diversity and has
broad interests in molecular, cellular and ecological biology.

We are looking to appoint an early career stage researcher who can will
prove successful in attracting funding for their research and publishing
innovative research, complementary to our current expertise.

This is a 48-month appointment with an anticipated start date of 01
November 2011 or as soon as possible.

Informal enquiries to Prof Mike Ritchie, email:>

Formal applications MUST be made through the University's Human Resources
application procedures. Look for application reference CD7082 at

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