SciLifeLab Fellows position / Assistant professor in Neurochemistry
Associate Senior Lecturer/Assistant professor in Neurochemistry
Stockholm university (SU) is inviting applications for a SciLifeLab fellow/assistant professor of neurochemistry with focus on molecular techniques to visualize and manipulate activity in the nervous system. The assistant professorship will be part of the faculty of Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics (DBB), and will be placed at SciLifeLab, Campus Solna. Neurochemistry and molecular neurobiology is one of the central themes of research and education at the department. Research groups within this theme focus on the brain control of innate behaviours, neural networks, neurodegenerative mechanisms, studies of ion channels, neurotoxins, cellular differentiation, intra- and extracellular signal transduction and the blood-brain-barrier. DBB is also home to internationally leading research on membrane proteins. A wide spectrum of analytical methods including biochemistry, bioinformatics, computational chemistry, biophysics and molecular biology are used and developed at the department. Other facilities at DBB include cell culture, in vitro- and in vivo- experimentation, MST, NMR, techniques for studying protein folding, comparative genomics crystallography, cryo-electron microscopy, electrophysiology, confocal microscopy and quantitative image analysis.
Neurochemistry with particular focus on molecular visualization and manipulation methods.
Molecular methods includes (but are not limited to) genetically based techniques to stimulate and inhibit neurons, and to visualize their activity and connections.
The position involves research and in addition some teaching and supervision. The applicant is expected to develop tools that can be used in experimental models to elucidate the structure and functional role of neurons and neuronal circuits.
In order to qualify for the position as assistant professor, the applicant must have completed a doctoral degree in Sweden or an equivalent degree from another country. In the first instance, an applicant should be considered who has received such a degree no more than five years before the deadline for applications. However, an applicant who has received such a degree earlier may be considered under special circumstances.
All teaching positions at Stockholm University require the ability to collaborate and the general ability and suitability to perform one’s duties.
In the appointment process, special attention will be given to research skills. Thereafter, attention will be given to the relevance of planned research within the SciLifeLab profile. Teaching skills will also be considered. The assessment of research skills will focus primarily on merits within the subject area of the position.
Further information about the position can be obtained from the Head of the Department, Professor Lena Mäler, email@example.com or Professor Christian Broberger, firstname.lastname@example.org .
For questions regarding the application process, please contact administrator Ulrika Kaby, telephone: +46 8 16 22 69, email@example.com.
Read more and apply at: https://www.su.se/english/about/working-at-su/jobs?rmpage=job&rmjob=9564&rmlang=UK
SciLifeLab Fellows program
The SciLifeLab Fellows program is a career program aiming at strengthening Swedish research in Molecular Biosciences and on a long-term perspective lead to societal impact for Sweden. The host universities provide an advantageous economic starting package and together with SciLifeLab a strong interdisciplinary research environment in close proximity to a cutting-edge research infrastructure. The recruitment of excellent researchers in international competition provides an influx of new and fresh knowledge and ideas to drive the development of the SciLifeLab research environment. Moreover, the SciLifeLab Fellows, who both use and develop technologies where SciLifeLab has its excellence, can strengthen both the research and technology development through collaborations with the SciLifeLab research infrastructure.
The SciLifeLab Fellows program and the strong research environment in which the Fellow is active, will increase the opportunities for individual Fellows to attract external research grants. Within the SciLifeLab Fellows program there are also great opportunities for collaboration and networking within SciLifeLab, with the host university and with Fellows from the Wallenberg Centers for Molecular Medicine. The SciLifeLab Fellow will be an important link and ambassador between SciLifeLab and other universities in Sweden as well as abroad.
The SciLifeLab Fellow is recruited by one of the host universities; Karolinska Institutet (KI), Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm University (SU), Uppsala University (UU).