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PhD fellowship in Drug Delivery at University of Copenhagen | require Masters degree in a relevant subject
The Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen is pleased to announce that a PhD fellowship will be available from 1 April 2014 or as soon as possible thereafter. The application deadline is 15 February 2014. Applications are invited for the three-year fellowship from applicants who hold or expect to hold a master´s degree in a field relevant to the following project: Modelling the ischemic blood-brain barrier, investigations of drug transport proteins and barrier properties.
Applications are invited for the above post in the School of Life Sciences.
The Davison laboratory has recently made significant progress towards identifying the molecule that determines the left and right axis of asymmetry. The purpose of this role will be to have specific responsibility for research, for developing research objectives and proposals for a research project relating to key experiments and manipulations of snail embryos that are necessary prior to publication of the work.
Post: Research Fellow (Fixed-term)
The University of Nottingham is a global-leading, research-intensive university with campuses in the UK, Malaysia and China. Our reputation for world-class research has yielded major scientific breakthroughs such as Nobel-winning MRI techniques, drug discovery, food technologies and engineering solutions for future economic, social and cultural progress.
Applications are invited from talented doctors in training who seek a career combining research, teaching and the care of patients.
The NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer post provides integrated academic and clinical training. Only applicants who can demonstrate that they have outstanding potential as a clinical academic will be considered for this programme. These integrated academic training programmes will be associated with the award of a relevant National Training Number (NTN(a)). Successful applicants must be in post by March 31st 2014.
Post: NIHR Academic Clinical Lecturer (ACL) (Fixed-term)
The University of Cambridge has long and strong ties with India. Many of India’s leading politicians, businessmen and scientists are Cambridge alumni. St John’s College, one of the largest of the Colleges in Cambridge, has had particularly extensive links over many years.
Award title: University of East Anglia Science International Foundation Scholarship.
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.
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.
Post: Teaching Fellow
Beatson, as one of Cancer Research UK’s core-funded institutes, carry out a programme of world-class science directed at understanding key aspects of cancer cell behaviour, and try to translate these discoveries into new therapies and diagnostic/prognostic tools to help cancer patients.
The University of Worcester is the second fastest growing HEI in the UK. It is a progressive, friendly institution, which currently welcomes over 8,500 full time and part time students a year; however, planned growth over the next five years will take the University closer to 12,000 students.
These awards are designed to attract high quality overseas research students to the University of Edinburgh.
At least 30 Edinburgh Global Research Scholarships will be awarded for session 2012-2013.
Each award covers the difference between the tuition fee for a UK/EU graduate student and that chargeable to an overseas graduate student. The awards do not cover maintenance expenses.
Subject to satisfactory progress, the awards are tenable for up to three years.