Researcher position in Chemistry and Molecular Biology, Sweden

    Researcher position in Chemistry and Molecular Biology, Sweden

    Researcher in nanopore electrochemistry at cells and vesicles, at the Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden


    Deadline to Apply

    May 27, 2021 (23: 59 GMT +1)


    Overview

    PositionResearcher
    No. of Position(s)1
    Research AreaAnalytical Chemistry
    SalaryAccording to standard norms
    WorkplaceDepartment of Chemistry and Molecular Biology
    University of Gothenburg
    Sweden
    Contract Period1 Year
    Starting dateStart as soon as possible

    Qualifications

    A PhD degree in Analytical Chemistry is required with at least two years’ experience after the PhD and experience mentoring at least one PhD student. We are seeking someone with demonstrated experience in the design, fabrication, and application of carbon nanopore electrodes. Furthermore, we seek a person with experience in the analysis of catecholamines and reactive oxygen species at cellular organelles. The candidate must have experience in the design, fabrication, and application of carbon nanopore electrodes and must have experience in the analysis of nanometer cellular organelles. These areas are essential to the success of this project and applicants must have experience to be considered eligible.

    Responsibilities/ Job Description

    The job assignments mainly include planning, designing and carrying out research to develop electrochemistry at carbon nanopore electrodes to measure the contents of vesicles, exosomes and stress granules. Target applications will be in cellular neuroscience and transmitter vesicles, particularly the use of these methods to understand vesicle structure and dynamics. The researcher will be assigned to work with and mentor a PhD student.

    How to Apply?

    To apply, please click the Apply Online button mentioned above

    Documents Required

    The application must include; CV, cover letter and references

    About Research project

    We are seeking a person to contribute to a strong research program and add value to the on-going research in the Ewing laboratory at the University of Gothenburg. The topic of the work will be chemical measurements with nanoelectrochemistry with carbon nanopore electrodes and their application to analysis of the contents of vesicles. The goal is to understand the structure and dynamics of nanometer transmitter vesicles. The project will also involve using these methods for analysis of the contents of exosomes and stress granules. The person will have responsibility for mentoring a PhD student.

    About the Department

    The University of Gothenburg tackles society’s challenges with diverse knowledge. 53 500 students and 6 500 employees make the university a large and inspiring place to work and study. Strong research and attractive study programmes attract scientists and students from around the world. With new knowledge and new perspectives, the University contributes to a better future.

    Research and graduate education at the department of chemistry and molecular biology comprises a wide scientific field from the atomic and molecular levels all the way through cells to intact organisms. Much of the phenomena studied here impact on our natural environment and living systems. We participate in undergraduate programs in chemistry, molecular biology, medicinal chemistry, biology, marine sciences, and pharmacy. 

    Information for International Applicants

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    Inquiries

    Professor Andrew Ewing
    E-mail: andrewe@chem.gu.se

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