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The Pacific Islands Universities Research Network Committee is recruting for one year under the contract of Volontariat de Solidarité Internationale (VSI) an organiser of network.
His/her missions will be:
- to streghten the common knowledge of the members (territorie / countries, institutions, stakeholders)
- to animate the network and identify hints for cooperation in the field of research, traning and mobility (for students or researchers)
- to develop scientific collaborative projects coordinated by members (administrative ou scientific members of the network)
- to identify calls for projects that are adapted to members projects and participate to the application with the coordinating members
- to participate to the organisatin of the third PIURN Conference
This position is based in the South Pacific University in Fidji.
More information on this link
The Livestock Environmental Assessment and Performance (LEAP) initiative is a multi-stakeholder partnership between governments, the private sector and NGOs/CSOs, with the common objective to improve the environmental performance of livestock supply chains, whilst ensuring its economic and social viability. LEAP focuses on the development of guidelines, methods and indicators to better measure, understand, and improve the environmental performance of livestock supply chains.
The LEAP is recruiting candiates with experience and background in the area of environmental assessment of livestock supply chains, for the following profiles:
- A manager of the LEAP Partnership
- A technical experts on environmental assessment of livestock supply chains
- A technical expert on soil carbon stocks modelling
- Experts to support the road-testing and dissemination of LEAP products
More information on this link
A collaboration between scientists of Australian (University of Adelaide and Australian National University in Canberra), French (CEA-Saclay) and US (University of Tennessee) laboratories has obtained an Australian Research Center Discovery Grant for three years to investigate the “Foundations of the nuclear force, nuclear structure and dynamics”.
This project aims to investigate a profound problem in physics: the structure and interactions of atomic nuclei in terms of their microscopic constituents.
It is expected to improve our understanding of the structure and dynamics of nuclei, their formation in the cosmos, neutron star properties, and underpins future nuclear technologies.
The collaboration, led by Prof. Anthony Thomas, is seeking a Research Associate to work in the Centre for the Subatomic Structure of Matter (CSSM) in Adelaide.
This position will be of interest to theorists working in nuclear theory and the project will be focused on the development of the Quark Meson Coupling model and its application to nuclear structure and reactions as well as neutron stars.
The Australian National University’s Autonomy, Agency and Assurance Innovation Institute (3A Institute) is hiring Postdoctoral Research Fellows and Associate Professors. If you want to work collaboratively and across disciplines on a transformative project, make sure you apply:
- Research Fellow positions: http://jobs.anu.edu.au/cw/en/job/518652/research-fellow
- Associate Professor positions: http://jobs.anu.edu.au/cw/en/job/518876/associate-professor
The ambition of the 3A Institute is to bring together the world’s best researchers from a range of disciplines to build a new applied science around the management of artificial intelligence, data and technology and of their impact on humanity. It is headed by Professor Genevieve Bell, one of the world’s leading technologists and Senior Fellow at Intel Corporation.
By offering a significant support, the call for proposal “Recruiting emerging leaders in Oncology” welcomes new scientific talents in France to set up their research teams in translational research.
Projects must be in line with the ARC Foundation’s scientific strategy for accelerating discoveries, developing new treatments, preventive and therapeutic approaches in the field of oncology with a translational part.
Launch of the call for projects: October 2017
Return of complete files presented by the host structure: March 20th 2018
Audition of pre-selected projects by an international ad hoc committee: Mid May 2018
Final selection by the ARC Foundation: June 2018
Installation of the new team: starting 2nd semester 2018
More information on the ARC Foundation web page
Being an INRA researcher means supporting the Institute in its commitment to open science with digital tools. INRA uses open competitions to recruit experienced researchers who are proficient at designing and conducting research projects.
Applications are open from 3 July to 30 August (online applications) or 1st September (paper applications) 2017.
The call for new PhD students at CBI-Toulouse will close on July 31, 2017.
Students with a Master degree or equivalent are welcome to applicate.
Please find the details in the attached file: CBI PhD call 2017
The call for two Post-Doctoral positions in human science is available on this link
The Institute of Pharmacology and Structural Biology (IPBS, Toulouse-France) launches its International recruitment Program for New Group Leaders
Application deadline: July 15, 2017
Call Group leaders IPBS 2017
Founded in 1996, the Institute of Pharmacology and Structural Biology (IPBS) is a leading research institute of the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the University of Toulouse. Located on the main Campus of the Université Toulouse III-Paul Sabatier in Toulouse, southwest France, the IPBS offers multidisciplinary education in the fields of Science, Health, Engineering and Technology, developing one of the most important scientific research clusters in France.
The IPBS is a world leader in the discovery, characterization and validation of novel important pathways and pharmacological targets in the fields of cancer and infectious diseases, through the use of molecular and cellular biology approaches, together with in vivo experiments. It conducts state-of-the-art research in structural biology, proteomics, biophysics, cancerology, immunology and microbiology.
The IPBS brings together more than 250 scientists and supporting staffs, including more than 60 national and international postdoctoral fellows and PhD students. The IPBS offers outstanding scientific and stimulating research environment and several cutting-edge core facilities with highly qualified staff. These include mass spectrometry and proteomics, macromolecular crystallography, liquid- and solid-state NMR, biophysical characterization of proteins and complexes, virtual screening, whole body, tissue and cellular imaging, flow cytometry and cell sorting in standard or BSL3 environments, single particle tracking and tethered particle motion analysis, and animal facilities.
In order to reinforce its research endeavors in an inspiring, collaborative and cutting-edge environment, the IPBS is seeking new talented junior group leaders addressing fundamental questions within the spectrum of its research fields. Young scientists of any nationality, at junior or midcareer level, and with an excellent track record of publications in internationally recognized journals, are encouraged to apply. International experience as well as capacity to interact with other research groups within the institute are highly recommended.
Successful candidate(s) will be provided laboratory and office space for 5-8 people, a technical personnel and free access to the institute’s core facilities for a period of 2 years, together with a starting package for basic equipment and consumables. In addition, strong support will be provided from the IPBS to obtain tenured positions at CNRS, INSERM or the University of Toulouse. Outstanding candidates are expected to establish independent and vigorous national and international extramurally-funded research programs (ANR, ERC, etc.) that fit at least with one of the priority topics listed below. Researchers already holding a permanent position are also welcome to apply.
IPBS priority topics
See below full details for each topic
• Tumor microenvironment – Cancer immunology – Interactions of immune cells with stromal cells, the extracellular matrix and/or other immune cells; immune response to cancer.
• DNA repair/chromatin remodeling in cancer – DNA damage response (DDR) in connection with cancer through epigenetics, transcriptional regulation, DNA repair pathologies, chromosomal translocations, DDR-based drug discovery, or tumor resistance to clastogenic agents.
• Pulmonary infections – Biology of bacterial respiratory pathogens, with a strong focus on mechanisms underlying pathogen’s persistence, drug resistance or tolerance within the host.
• Drug discovery & structural biology – Development of biological and chemical drugs of the future, with the aim of strengthening the pharmacological aspects of the IPBS research framework; characterization of drug-target interactions and mechanism of action; “hit to lead” strategies and new approaches for drug target deconvolution or vectorization will be favored. A particular attention will be given to candidates willing to create a group in biological NMR.
Procedure & calendar
Application (about 5 pages in English) should include a cover letter describing previous research experience, an outline of the future research project, motivation for joining the institute and names and e-mail address of 3 referees, together with an updated CV (including a complete list of publications). Application should be sent to email@example.com in a single PDF file named LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME_IPBS2017.pdf. Other formats will not be considered.
Pre-selection: September 2017
Interviews: Mid-October 2017
Result: Early November 2017
New groups are expected to open in fall 2018 (National selection process for tenured positions will take place between January and April 2018)
Deadline for application: July 15, 2017