Molecular Virology Group, Barcelona Biomedical Research Park, University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
RNA viruses are a major threat to human health. They also provide a fascinating window into cell biology since they interact intimately with the infected cell. Aims of the project are to decipher how emerging mosquito-borne viruses such as Zika virus or Chikungunya virus efficiently translate their genomes in both mosquito and human translation machineries and how they modify the host gene expression program to their benefit.
Our group is integrated into the Biomedical Research Park of Barcelona (PRBB), one of the largest hubs of biomedical research in Europe. For more information please visit the web sites: http://www.prbb.org; https://www.upf.edu/web/virology-unit/
- PhD in a relevant field (Molecular Virology, Translational control, RNA biology) with at least one publication in a reputable international journal.
-Fluency in spoken and written English.
The candidate should be highly motivated, self-driven and passionate about science. He/she is expected to set up work standards in research quality and reproducibility, to tutor PhD students, to be involved in grant writing and to be a team player.
3-year contract (estimated annual gross according to Spanish standards, 30.000€).
Starting date: September 2017 (or later by agreement).
How to apply
To apply please submit the following to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating in subject "postdoctoral position":
1- A letter of interest that includes your laboratory experience, long-term career goals and data of availability to begin.
2- CV including the contact details of 3 referees.