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Doctoral Research Fellowship in Cross-modal Rhythms

About the position

A Doctoral Research Fellowship (SKO 1017) in Cross-modal Rhythms is available at RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion at the University of Oslo.

RITMO is a Centre of Excellence funded by the Research Council of Norway. This interdisciplinary centre focuses on rhythm as a structuring mechanism for the temporal dimensions of human life. Methods from musicology, psychology, neuroscience, and informatics are combined to study rhythm as a fundamental property that shapes and underpins human cognition, behavior and cultural expressions.

All RITMO researchers are co-located and work in a unique interdisciplinary constellation, with world-leading competence in musicology, psychology and informatics. It is expected that all members of the centre contribute to the general activities and collaborations within RITMO. The researchers have access to state-of-the-art facilities in sound/video recording, motion capture, eye tracking, physiological measurements, various types of brain imaging (EEG, fMRI), and rapid prototyping and robotics laboratories.

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Job description

The doctoral fellow will work on an empirical project investigating rhythmic phenomena such as, for example, pulse, grouping (meter), and the formation and variation of rhythmic patterns. The project should ideally be focused on cross-modal correspondences in both the brain and in behavior. In particular, attentional processing of sensory information in time and/or organized into rhythmic events, as well as hedonic or aesthetic responses to such events, will be relevant topics.

The research fellow must take part in the Faculty of Social Sciences’ approved PhD program and is expected to complete the project within the fellowship period.

The appointment is for a duration of three years, starting 1 September 2019. A fourth year can be considered with the addition of 25 % teaching requirements, depending on the competence of the applicant and the needs of the Department of Psychology. The fellowship period may be reduced if the candidate has previously been employed in a research fellowship position.

Qualification requirements

  • A Master’s degree or equivalent in psychology, neuroscience, human movement science, informatics, computer science, biology, qualifying for admission to the PhD program at the Department of Psychology. The applicant is required to document that the degree corresponds to the profile for the post. The Master’s Degree must have been obtained by the time of application. Only applicants with grade points A or B on the ECTS scale will be qualified for admission to the PhD program.
  • Experience with experimental/empirical methods and relevant statistical methods and programming.
  • It is beneficial if the candidate has knowledge of cognitive psychology and neuroscience and, possibly, music psychology, music cognition and music theory.
  • It is also a benefit to have some experience with (or motivation to learn) one, or several, of the following methods: fMRI, eye-tracking / pupillometry, full-body motion capture systems (optical or inertial), and other psychophysiological methods (e.g., EMG).
  • Excellent skills in written and oral English.
  • Personal suitability and motivation for the position.

In assessing the applications, special emphasis will be placed on:

  • the applicant’s scientific merit, as well as the quality of the research outline and its relevance to the research objectives of RITMO
  • the applicant’s estimated academic and personal ability to complete the project within the time frame
  • the applicant’s ability to complete research training
  • very good collaboration skills and an ability to join interdisciplinary academic communities.

Applicants who have recently graduated with excellent results may be given preference.

We offer

  • salary NOK 449 400 – 505 800,- per annum depending on qualifications in a position as PhD Research fellow
  • a professionally stimulating working environment
  • attractive welfare benefits
  • membership in the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund

How to apply

Applicants must submit the following attachments with the electronic application, preferably in pdf format:

  • application letter describing the applicant’s qualifications and motivation for the position
  • Curriculum Vitae (complete list of education, positions, teaching experience, administrative experience and other qualifying activities, including a complete list of publications with links to full version of published papers)
  • research outline, including relevant research questions and theoretical and methodological approaches (approximately 2-3 pages, see template for research outline)
  • transcript of records of your Master’s degree. Applicants with education from a foreign university are advised to attach an explanation of their university’s grading system
  • names and contact details of 2-3 references (name, relation to candidate, e-mail and telephone number).

Please note that all documents must be in English.

Educational certificates, master theses and the like are not to be submitted with the application, but applicants may be asked to submit such information or works later.

Short-listed candidates may be invited for an interview at the University of Oslo or we will arrange for a video-based interview.

Formal regulations

See also Guidelines for appointments to research fellowships.

Following the Freedom of Information Act (Offentleglova) § 25, Chapter 2, demographic information about the applicant may be used in the public list of applicants even if the applicant opts out from the entry in the public application list.

The University of Oslo has an Acquisition of Rights Agreement for the purpose of securing rights to intellectual property created by its employees, including research results.

The University of Oslo aims to achieve a balanced gender composition in the workforce and to recruit people with ethnic minority backgrounds.

Contact information

Head of Administration Anne Cathrine Wesnes, a.c.wesnes@imv.uio.no, +47 22 85 44 89

HR Officer Julie Bårdsen Tøllefsen, j.b.tollefsen@hf.uio.no

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About the University of Oslo

The University of Oslo is Norway’s oldest and highest ranked educational and research institution, with 28 000 students and 7000 employees. With its broad range of academic disciplines and internationally recognised research communities, UiO is an important contributor to society.

RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion

is financed through the Research Council of Norway’s Centre of Excellence Scheme. RITMO combines a broad spectrum of disciplines – from musicology, neuroscience and informatics – to study rhythm as a fundamental property of human cognition, behaviour and cultural expression. The Centre is organized under the Department of Musicology, in close collaboration with the Department of Psychology and the Department of Informatics.

 

Post expires on Tuesday January 15th, 2019

Doctoral Research Fellowship in Cognitive Neuroscience

About the position

A Doctoral Research Fellowship (SKO 1017) in Cognitive Neuroscience is available at RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion at the University of Oslo.

RITMO is a Centre of Excellence funded by the Research Council of Norway. This interdisciplinary centre focuses on rhythm as a structuring mechanism for the temporal dimensions of human life. Methods from musicology, psychology, neuroscience, and informatics are combined to study rhythm as a fundamental property that shapes and underpins human cognition, behavior and cultural expressions.

All RITMO researchers are co-located and work in a unique interdisciplinary constellation, with world-leading competence in musicology, psychology and informatics. It is expected that all members of the centre contribute to the general activities and collaborations within RITMO. The researchers have access to state-of-the-art facilities in sound/video recording, motion capture, eye tracking, physiological measurements, various types of brain imaging (EEG, fMRI), and rapid prototyping and robotics laboratories.

Faculty of Humanities

Job description

The doctoral fellow will work on the subproject ”The role of prefrontal cortex in auditory attention and prediction”. As the project will examine the role of prefrontal cortex in rhythm and temporal prediction, patients with focal lesions to frontal subregions will be recruited. Invasive EEG will be recorded from patients with medically refractory epilepsy undergoing intracranial EEG monitoring for seizure detection.

The project will be conducted in collaboration with the Dept. of Neurosurgery at Oslo University Hospital and the Dept. of Psychology/Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute at UC Berkeley (USA). The doctoral fellow is expected to be involved in all aspects of the research, including experimental design, data collection, signal analysis, and publishing results related to the project aims.

The research fellow must take part in the Faculty of Social Sciences’ approved PhD program and is expected to complete the project within the fellowship period.

The appointment is for a duration of three years, starting 1 September 2019. A fourth year can be considered with the addition of 25 % teaching requirements, depending on the competence of the applicant and the needs of the Department of Psychology. The fellowship period may be reduced if the candidate has previously been employed in a research fellowship position.

Qualification requirements

  • A Master’s degree or equivalent in cognitive neuroscience, cognitive psychology, or other relevant field qualifying for admission to the PhD program at the Department of Psychology. The applicant is required to document that the degree corresponds to the profile for the post. The Master’s Degree must have been obtained by the time of application. Only applicants with grade points A or B on the ECTS scale will be qualified for admission to the PhD program.
  • Experience with a) cognitive experimental designs, b) programming in Matlab, c) processing of electrophysiological data using EEGLAB or other toolboxes for analysis of EEG signals (event-related potentials and oscillatory activity), and d) statistics. Prior experience with structural or functional MRI, and research on clinical groups (neurological/neuropsychiatric) are advantageous.
  • Speaking a Scandinavian language is an advantage due to interaction with patients, but not a prerequisite.
  • Interest in music and knowledge of music theory will be considered advantageous.
  • Excellent skills in written and oral English.
  • Personal suitability and motivation for the position.

In assessing the applications, special emphasis will be placed on:

  • the applicant’s scientific merit, as well as the quality of the research outline and its relevance to the research objectives of RITMO
  • the applicant’s estimated academic and personal ability to complete the project within the time frame
  • the applicant’s ability to complete research training
  • very good collaboration skills and an ability to join interdisciplinary academic communities.

Applicants who have recently graduated with excellent results may be given preference.

We offer

  • salary NOK 449 400 – 505 800,- per annum depending on qualifications in a position as PhD Research fellow
  • a professionally stimulating working environment
  • attractive welfare benefits
  • membership in the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund

How to apply

Applicants must submit the following attachments with the electronic application, preferably in pdf format:

  • application letter describing the applicant’s qualifications and motivation for the position
  • Curriculum Vitae (complete list of education, positions, teaching experience, administrative experience and other qualifying activities, including a complete list of publications with links to full version of published papers)
  • research outline, including relevant research questions and theoretical and methodological approaches (approximately 2-3 pages, see template for research outline)
  • transcript of records of your Master’s degree. Applicants with education from a foreign university are advised to attach an explanation of their university’s grading system
  • names and contact details of 2-3 references (name, relation to candidate, e-mail and telephone number).

Please note that all documents must be in English.

Educational certificates, master theses and the like are not to be submitted with the application, but applicants may be asked to submit such information or works later.

Short-listed candidates may be invited for an interview at the University of Oslo or we will arrange for a video-based interview.

Formal regulations

See also Guidelines for appointments to research fellowships.

Following the Freedom of Information Act (Offentleglova) § 25, Chapter 2, demographic information about the applicant may be used in the public list of applicants even if the applicant opts out from the entry in the public application list.

The University of Oslo has an Acquisition of Rights Agreement for the purpose of securing rights to intellectual property created by its employees, including research results.

The University of Oslo aims to achieve a balanced gender composition in the workforce and to recruit people with ethnic minority backgrounds.

Contact information

Head of Administration Anne Cathrine Wesnes, a.c.wesnes@imv.uio.no, +47 22 85 44 89

HR Officer Tonje Olsen, t.n.olsen@hf.uio.no

Faculty of Humanities

About the University of Oslo

The University of Oslo is Norway’s oldest and highest ranked educational and research institution, with 28 000 students and 7000 employees. With its broad range of academic disciplines and internationally recognised research communities, UiO is an important contributor to society.

RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time and Motion is financed through the Research Council of Norway’s Centre of Excellence Scheme. RITMO combines a broad spectrum of disciplines – from musicology, neuroscience and informatics – to study rhythm as a fundamental property of human cognition, behaviour and cultural expression. The Centre is organized under the Department of Musicology, in close collaboration with the Department of Psychology and the Department of Informatics.

Post expires on Tuesday January 15th, 2019

PhD Research Fellowship in Human Geography

Job description

There is a vacant position at the Department of Sociology and Human Geography for a PhD research fellow (SKO 1017) in Human Geography. The position is for a period of three years.

The position is linked to the research project “WAGE: Work, Labour and Greening the Economy”, funded by the Norwegian Research Council. The project will investigate how workers in the oil and gas sector understand their role in transforming the carbon-emitting societies in which they work.

The PhD fellow will be part of a consortium of researchers at OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University, York University (Toronto) and the Department of Sociology and Human Geography at the University of Oslo (project host). The PhD research contribution will be related to one of three Work Packages in the project, WP2, which has as its main objective to study how climate literacy can lead to climate solidarity between oil workers, trade unions, community-based organisations, activists and educators. The PhD project is expected to generate fieldwork data in Norway and Canada. For more information on the project, including project description, please contact the project leader (see Contact persons).

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Requirements

Applicants must have a master’s degree/second-level degree (120 ECTS) in Human Geography or equivalent. Candidates from other disciplinary backgrounds must demonstrate in their application letter that their educational background, master’s thesis and project proposal fall within the scope of Human Geography. Candidates must have documented skills in qualitative data collection and analysis. The Master’s degree must include a thesis of at least 30 ECTS. Applicants must have a minimum grade B (ECTS grading scale) or equivalent. The master’s thesis must have been submitted before the application deadline. A prerequisite for taking up the position is the successful completion of a master’s degree. The successful applicant must be able to carry out interviews and focus groups in English. Oral fluency in Norwegian or another Scandinavian language is preferable due to fieldwork requirements, but not an absolute prerequisite.

Applicants should have research interests within one or more of the main areas of research within Human Geography at the Department: Urban studies and planning, Climate adaptation and transformation, Development and politics or Economic and labour geography. The applicant must provide a tentative description (5-10 pages) of a PhD research project that she or he plans to carry out during the fellowship period.

The position requires that the person who is hired participates in the Faculty of Social Sciences’ organised research education programme (PhD programme) and that the work results in a doctorate in Human Geography. The person who is hired will automatically be admitted to the PhD programme. For general information on the PhD program, please see the Faculty of Social Sciences` web site. Residence in Norway is expected, but PhD fellows are also encouraged to spend time abroad during the fellowship period.

The hiring process will include an interview. In addition to an overall evaluation of the applicant’s grades, particular emphasis will be placed on the quality of the project proposal and the master’s thesis.

We offer

  • salary NOK 449 400 – 515 200 per annum depending on qualifications
  • an academically stimulating working environment
  • attractive welfare benefits and a generous pension agreement, in addition to Oslo’s family-friendly environment with its rich opportunities for culture and outdoor activities

How to apply

The application must include

  • A letter of application
  • A project proposal (approximately 5 pages) which must include the topic, relevant theory and methods and time-line. Applicants are expected to be able to complete the project during the appointment period.
  • CV with full summary of education, practice and academic employment. The period of enrolment (admission-completion) in the master’s study programme must be specified.
  • Academic transcripts (university degrees only)
  • Copy of Master’s degree diploma
  • Master’s thesis.
  • Complete list of publications and any academic work
  • List of reference persons: 2-3 references (name, relation to candidate, e-mail and phone number)

The application with attachments must be delivered in our electronic recruiting system, please follow the link “apply for this job”. Foreign applicants are advised to attach an explanation of their University’s grading system. Please note that all documents should be in English (or a Scandinavian language).

Formal regulations

Please see the guidelines and regulations for appointments to Research Fellowships at the University of Oslo.

According to the Norwegian Freedom and Information Act (Offentleglova) information about the applicant may be included in the public applicant list, also in cases where the applicant has requested non-disclosure.

The appointment may be shortened/given a more limited scope within the framework of the applicable guidelines on account of any previous employment in academic positions.

The University of Oslo has an agreement for all employees, aiming to secure rights to research results etc.

Faculty of Social Sciences

About the University of Oslo

The University of Oslo is Norway’s oldest and highest ranked educational and research institution, with 28 000 students and 7000 employees. With its broad range of academic disciplines and internationally recognised research communities, UiO is an important contributor to society.

The Department of Sociology and Human Geography is Norway’s leading department for both Sociology and Human Geography. The Department offers four Bachelor’s and three Master’s programmes. Research, teaching and dissemination activities within both fields are of the highest level. The Department is renowned both for the breadth of topics and methodologies employed and for its highly qualified researchers. Gender balance among the academic staff is an important distinguishing feature. The Department has 35 permanent academic staff, nearly 40 doctoral and post doctoral research fellows and 12 administrative staff members. There are approximately 80 PhD. candidates and 1500 students enrolled in the Department.

Post expires on Wednesday October 31st, 2018

PhD Research Fellow in Rock Physics, Quantitative Seismic Interpretation and Geomechanic

Job description

Position as PhD Doctoral Research Fellow in Rock Physics, Quantitative Seismic Interpretation and Geomechanics available at Department of Geosciences

The PhD fellowship is for a period of 3 years and devoted to carrying out a project entitled “Overburden Analysis and Seal Integrity Study for CO2 Sequestration in the North Sea (OASIS)” funded by the Norwegian Research Council and two industry partners Equinor and TOTAL. Preferred starting date no later than 15/11/2018.

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Project Description

We invite applications for a challenging doctoral fellowship position (PhD) in rock physics, quantitative seismic interpretation and geomechanics. The main objective of this project is to build a seismic data derived 3D geomechanical model focusing on the seal, fault and overburden rocks for the CO2 storage site “Smeaheia” in the northern North Sea. The objective will be achieved by an interdisciplinary research involving laboratory experiments, petrophysical, rock physical and geophysical analyses and theoretical/computational geomechanical modelling.

The specific goal of this position is to combine cap rock and overburden characterization using wireline log data, core and cutting samples, laboratory experiments and seismic data to analyse the physical and mechanical properties of the seal and overburden rocks. The work comprises studying effects of uplift and erosion; triaxial compaction tests; sedimentological, petrophysical and rock physical analyses; fault delineation using seismic data; fault-seal analysis combining seismic and field analogues; fracture identification and quantification from seismic; and uncertainty and sensitivity analysis to build 3D geomechanical model of the study area.

The candidate will be part of a dynamic research team with expertise in rock physics, QSI, geomechanics, laboratory model testing and numerical modelling. The position involves a close collaboration between the University of Oslo (UiO, Norway), Norwegian Geotechnical Institute (NGI, Norway), Norwegian Computing Center (NR, Norway), Colorado School of Mines (CSM, USA), National Oceanographic Centre (NOC, UK), and Curtin University (CU, Australia). The successful candidate will have the opportunity to participate in international research networks.

Qualification requirements

  • The applicant must hold a Master degree or equivalent (120 ECTS) in Geophysics, Petroleum Geoscience, Rock physics or Geomechanics with minimum grade B (ECTS grading scale) or equivalent. The Master’s degree must include a thesis of at least 30 ECTS.
  • Fluent oral and written communication skills in English

The position requires a strong background and interest on:

  • Quantifying rock petrophysical properties using wireline logs and core/cutting samples
  • Seal (both top and lateral seal) analysis to identify impacts of seal breaching
  • Rock physics analysis and quantitative seismic interpretation
  • Fault-seal analysis
  • Uncertainty and sensitivity analysis
  • Data analysis using Matlab and/or Python programming
  • Demonstrate an ability to work independently and in a structured manner
  • Capability of cross-disciplinary collaboration

Priority will be given to candidates with multidisciplinary experiences including QSI, petrophysics and rock physics analyses and geomechanical modelling. In assessing the applications, special emphasis will be given to:

  • Academic background and professional experience in order to execute the project
  • Ability to incorporate multiscale data for geomechanical model building
  • The applicant’s mobility
  • Ability to join interdisciplinary academic communities
  • Ability to use standard software tools such as Petrel, Interactive Petrophysics, RokDoc, Hampson Russell, Abaqus and Comsol Multiphysics

The position is affiliated with the sections “Geology and Geophysics” (G&G) in the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Oslo (UiO).

We offer

  • salary NOK 449 400 – 505 800 per annum depending on qualifications in a position as PhD Research fellow, (position code 1017)
  • attractive welfare benefits and a generous pension agreement, in addition to Oslo’s family-friendly environment with its rich opportunities for culture and outdoor activities

How to apply

The application must include

  • cover letter statement of motivation and research interests
  • CV (summarizing education, positions and academic work – scientific publications)
  • copies of educational certificates (academic transcripts only)
  • documentation of english proficiency
  • List of publications and academic work that the applicant wishes to be considered by the evaluation committee
  • list of reference persons: 2-3 references (name, relation to candidate, e-mail and phone number)

The application with attachments must be delivered in our electronic recruiting system, please follow the link “apply for this job”. Foreign applicants are advised to attach an explanation of their University’s grading system. Please note that all documents should be in English (or a Scandinavian language).

When evaluating the application, emphasis will be given to the eventuelt “project description” and the applicant’s academic and personal prerequisites to carry out the project. Applicants may be called in for an interview.

Formal regulations

Please see the guidelines and regulations for appointments to Research Fellowships at the University of Oslo.

The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences has a strategic ambition of being a leading research faculty. Candidates for these fellowships will be selected in accordance with this, and expected to be in the upper segment of their class with respect to academic credentials.

The purpose of the fellowship is research training leading to the successful completion of a PhD degree.

The fellowship requires admission to the PhD programme at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences. The application to the PhD programme must be submitted to the department no later than two months after taking up the position.

For more information see:
http://www.uio.no/english/research/phd/
http://www.mn.uio.no/english/research/phd/

According to the Norwegian Freedom and Information Act (Offentleglova) information about the applicant may be included in the public applicant list, also in cases where the applicant has requested non-disclosure.

The University of Oslo has an agreement for all employees, aiming to secure rights to research results etc.

Contact information

For further information please contact: Nazmul Haque Mondol, phone: +47 2285 6693,
e-mail: nazmulh@geo.uio.no

For technical questions regarding the recruitment system, please contact HR Adviser Torunn Standal Guttormsen, phone: +47 2285 4272, e-mail: t.s.guttormsen@mn.uio.no,

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About the University of Oslo

The University of Oslo is Norway’s oldest and highest rated institution of research and education with 28 000 students and 7000 employees. Its broad range of academic disciplines and internationally esteemed research communities make UiO an important contributor to society.

The geosciences are the studies of planet Earth; the atmosphere, the hydrosphere and cryosphere, the earth’s surface and it’s interior.

The Department of Geosciences is Norway’s widest ranging academic geoscience research environment, encompassing four sections (Meteorology and Oceanography, Geography and Hydrology, Geology and Geophysics, Physics of Geological Processes) and one Centre of Excellence (Centre of Earth Evolution and Dynamics). In addition we participate in other centres and hold several ERC grants. The staff consists of 40 professors and associate professors, in addition to postdoctoral fellows, PhD students, researchers, technical staff and administrative personnel, to a total number of 240.

Post expires on Sunday October 21st, 2018

3 Postdoctoral Fellowships in Structural Biology and Drug Development

The Group for Structural Biology and Drug Development investigates medically relevant proteins and protein complexes using biophysical, biochemical and structural approaches.  The projects aim at understanding structure-function relationships with an emphasis on drug discovery.  We employ a variety of biochemical and biophysical techniques (x-ray crystallography, single particle cryo electron microscopy, DSF, ITC, SPR, HDX-MS, SAXS, molecular dynamics simulations etc.).  Specific, externally funded projects include inhibitor discovery targeting the Helicobacter pylori pH acclimation system (a pH-gated urea channel and a cytoplasmic urease1), and discovery of compounds that reactivate p53 cancer mutants in vitro and in vivo2.

The positions are available immediately.  We seek highly motivated individuals with an excellent track record and experience in protein purification and biophysical and biochemical characterization of proteins and protein complexes, preferably including membrane proteins.  Knowledge of one or more structural biology technique (x-ray crystallography, cryo electron microscopy or NMR) is required.  Postdoctoral fellows will be supported in developing their own research area on their path to independence.  We offer a stimulating environment with excellent working and social benefits in the Happiest Country on Earth.

 

The ideal candidate will have:

  • A Ph.D. degree in biochemistry, biophysics, chemistry, or a related area
  • Hands-on experience with extraction and purification of proteins and assembly of protein complexes (membrane protein experience preferred)
  • Ability to independently perform experiments, analyze and interpret results
  • Documented ability to write scientific manuscripts (one or more first author papers from Ph.D. and postdoctoral studies will be highly valued)
  • Excellent English interpersonal, communication and writing skills
  • Ability to operate as a team player in a multi-disciplinary environment

Application via website required and must include:

  • Cover Letter stating motivation and research interests
  • A detailed C.V.
  • A complete list of scientific publications with brief statement of candidate contribution
  • List of references (name, institution, e-mail, telephone number and relation to candidate)

Salary: Postdoctoral Research Fellow (SKO 1352) with a salary level of NOK490,900–569,000 (app. €51,800-€60,400) per year, depending on qualifications.

 

Inquiries:
About the position and projects: Prof. Hartmut “Hudel” Luecke (hudel@ncmm.uio.no).
About administrative aspects of the application: Nina Modahl (ninam@ncmm.uio.no).

In accordance with the University of Oslo’s equal opportunities policy, we invite applications from all interested individuals regardless of gender or ethnicity.  UiO has an agreement for all employees, aiming to secure rights to research results a.o. Note that no one can be appointed for more than one specified period at the same institution.

 

1Strugatsky et al. “Structure of the proton-gated urea channel from the gastric pathogen Helicobacter pylori” (2013) Nature 493, 255–258.

2Wassman et al. ”Computational Identification of a Transiently Open L1/S3 Pocket for p53 Cancer Mutant Reactivation” (2013) Nature Communications 4, article number 1407.

 

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Post expires on Wednesday October 31st, 2018