Here you can find all available positions in the various areas of activity in the CEDOC.
. Management/Human Resources position - Management and Administrative Unit
The Management and Administrative Unit opened a call for a bachelor position for the Human Resources area.
Work will be supervised by Dr. António Jacinto, CEDOC coordinator.
The fellowship will have a duration of 6 months, with eventual renovations, starting on 1st of January 2018.
Applications should be sent to applications(at)nms.unl.pt with the reference de Bolsa DAI/2017/60 until December 29.
Full description of position here.
. Postdoctoral research position - Rosalina Fonseca Lab
The Cellular and Systems Neurobiology group opened a call for a motivated, inquisitive and independent postdoctoral researcher with strong background in cellular imaging, molecular biology and electrophysiology, for a collaborative project addressing the role of actin dynamics in the maintenance of synaptic plasticity.
Research will be mentored by Dr Rosalina Fonseca, an expert in synaptic plasticity in close collaboration with Dr. Valentin Nagerl from the University of Bordeaux, a world leader in super-resolution imaging.
The fellowship will have a duration of 3 months, with an eventual renovation up to 16 months, starting on 10th of January 2018.
Applications should be sent to applications(at)nms.unl.pt with the reference de Bolsa DAI/2017/48 between December 7 and 21.
The application should contain a motivation letter, CV, list of publication along with a brief explanation of the contribution of these works in relevant research area, e-mail addresses of three references,
copy of diploma and active certificate for animal research (if applicable).
Full description of position here.
. Postdoctoral research position - Cláudia Almeida Lab
A full-time position, initially for 6 months, renewable up to the end of the project is available for a highly motivated post-doc to join a multinational project to set-up a precise model of the human blood brain barrier in the research lab headed by Claudia Almeida. Selection will begin now until 15th of November to start in January 2018 but will continue until the right post-doc is found.
Dr. Claudia Almeida laboratory focuses on the dysfunction of intracellular trafficking in neuronal aging and neurodegenerative diseases. Dr. Almeida is seeking a highly talented and motivated postdoc, preferably with a PhD in neurosciences with expertise in cell biology, to work on the neurobiology part of NAB3, a collaborative project funded by JPND/H2020, aimed at combining different cellular types and organotypic brain slices or neuronal cultures to achieve a more precise in vitro model of the human blood-brain barrier in the Alzheimer’s disease state. The NAB3 project brings together expertise from across the continent and in a range of different fields, including genetic engineering, physiology, neurobiology, neuroanatomy and biochemistry. It is a coordinated effort with partners based in four European countries – France, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands.
Key responsabilities and Requirements available here.
To apply, send your CV, a motivation letter and the name of 3 referees, to claudia.almeida(at)nms.unl.pt
. Postdoctoral research position - Catarina Homem Lab
Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research position to study “The metabolic regulation of stem cells during development” in the Proliferation and Fate Regulation of Stem Cells group led by Catarina Homem.
In every animal embryo, stem cells are required for the development, growth and regeneration of tissues and organs. At some point, the stem cells have done their job and must disappear. C. Homem Lab uses the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster as a model to study the mechanisms that regulate stem cell proliferation and fate during development. In particular, the Lab is studying how metabolism and nutrition affect stem cells and consequently animal development.
Applicants should hold a PhD degree in a relevant subject area. Experience with cell imaging and Drosophila would be advantageous but not essential. The position is initially funded for one year, with possibilities of extension. Candidates are also expected to apply for competitive national and international funding sources.
To apply, send one single PDF file including CV, cover letter and the name of 3 referees, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications start on August 1 and will continue until the position is filled.
. PhD Student Position - Paulo Pereira Lab
Call for the expression of interest for a PhD Position in the Proteostasis and Proteolytic Signalling (PPS) group at CEDOC.
Please contact Prof. Paulo Pereira (ppereira(at)nms.unl.pt).
. Trainees at CEDOC
CEDOC accepts individual applications from undergraduate and master students.
Applications for the internship should be sent by email to email@example.com, include your CV and a motivation letter.