PhD Studentships and Postdoctoral Positions at University of Antwerp, Belgium
- BIODIV-AFREID: Biodiversity changes in African forests and Emerging Infectious Diseases: should we worry?
- BioRodDis: Managing biodiversity in forests and urban green spaces. Dilution and amplification effects of rodent microbiome and rodent-borne diseases
- Co-infections, heterogeneity and behaviour: models and real rodents.
We are looking for smart and enthusiastic scientists to join our team for these projects.
For PhD students, we offer a starting grant of one year. Extension may be possible, but we will require each PhD student to also apply for a competitive PhD-grant from the Flemish Research Foundation FWO.
For postdocs, we can offer a position for a period between 1.5 - 4 years (the projects' salary budget is fixed, but monthly salary costs may vary considerably depending on seniority and, for foreigners, possible tax exemptions). Moreover, there will be opportunities every year to apply for competitive postdoc grants from the Flemish Research Foundation FWO
We are on the outlook for candidates with an interest in population ecology, epidemiology and modelling and who are not afraid to combine field work with diagnostic work in the lab (preferably all this in combination). Positions can start from March 2020 or soonest thereafter.
To apply, please send a CV and a brief motivation letter to email@example.com before 31 January 2020.
Post-doctoral Position at Imperial College London
A post-doctoral research associate position is available to join the laboratory of Professor Gloria Rudenko in the Department of Life Sciences at the South Kensington Campus of Imperial College London. The Rudenko lab investigates the molecular biology of African trypanosomes, with a focus on the epigenetic control of gene expression.
The deadline for applications is 9th February 2020.