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The University can trace its origins to a School of Medicine and Surgery (later the College of Medicine), established in 1834, and to Armstrong College, founded in 1871 for the teaching of physical sciences.
These two colleges formed one division of the federal University of Durham, the Durham Colleges forming the other division. The Newcastle Colleges merged to form King's College in 1937. In 1963, when the federal University was dissolved, King's College became the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, and latterly, Newcastle University.
The United States Pharmacopeia (USP) is a non–governmental, official public standards–setting authority for prescription and over–the–counter medicines and other healthcare products manufactured or sold in the United States. USP also sets widely recognized standards for food ingredients and dietary supplements. USP sets standards for the quality, purity, strength, and consistency of these products–critical to the public health.
United States Pharmacopoeia Global Fellowship Awards Program for 2013-2014 - Three awards of $ 50,000
USP's Fellows Program promotes research in areas relating to standards for and use of drugs, foods, and dietary supplements. Since the inception of the USP Fellows Program in 1981, USP has invested nearly $4 million in over 200 Fellowship awards.
Three awards at $50,000
INSPIRE Faculty Scheme: a component of “Assured Opportunity for Research Career (AORC)” under INSPIRE.
The Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, has launched the “Innovation in Science Pursuit for Inspired Research (INSPIRE)” [inspire-dst.gov.in] program in 2008. The program aims to attract talent for study of science and careers with research. INSPIRE includes many components. The importance of Assured Career Opportunity in R&D sector has been recognized. INSPIRE Faculty Scheme opens up an “Assured Opportunity for Research Career (AORC)” for young researchers in the age group of 27-32 years.
PhD Fellowship in Notch family dependent development of Obesity and type 2 Diabetes @ Odense University Hospital/University of Southern Denmark
Scientific aim in lab: Overall, LMCC focuses on complications in relation to metabolic disorders such as Diabetes and Obesity. In specific, we work on two different settings, one investigating the clinical association of specific molecules with Diabetes development, and another dealing with the molecular and cellular aspects of these specific molecules in order to determine their signaling pathways, physiological functions as well as a way to manipulate their levels with the aim of developing diagnostic or intervention products to be used within diabetes/obesity treatment.
Two three-year PhD fellowships within the field of biomolecular nanoscale engineering are available at the Department of Physics, Chemistry and Pharmacy, University of Southern Denmark (SDU). The PhD fellowships are available from 1 February 2013 or shortly thereafter. The PhD fellowships are embedded in the newly established VKR Centre for Biomolecular Nanoscale Engineering (BioNEC) funded by the VILLUM Foundation and involves research groups from SDU, Aarhus University (AU) and University of Copenhagen (KU). The PhD fellowships are at the Nucleic Acid Center, SDU.
The UGC has the unique distinction of being the only grant-giving agency in the country which has been vested with two responsibilities: that of providing funds and that of coordination, determination and maintenance of standards in institutions of higher education. The UGC's mandate includes: Promoting and coordinating university education. Determining and maintaining standards of teaching, examination and research in universities. Framing regulations on minimum standards of education. Monitoring developments in the field of collegiate and university education; disbursing grants to the universities and colleges.
From a single campus at Clayton with fewer than 400 students, Monash has grown into a network of campuses, education centres and partnerships spanning the globe. With approximately 60,000 students (and 270,000 alumni) from over 170 countries, we are today Australia’s largest university.
Career for Teaching Fellow in King's College London | open for International Candidates - £31,020 to £37,012 plus £2,323 per annum
King's College London was founded in 1828-9 by a group of eminent politicians, churchmen and others. They wanted to see a Church of England alternative to what later became University College London (UCL, founded in 1826), known as 'the godless college in Gower Street'. King's was granted a royal charter by King George IV on 14 August 1829.
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