Graduated with a Master’s degree in Biology from the University of Geneva (Switzerland), I’m looking for concrete professional assistance to create, develop and/or complete laboratory and/or field studies on animal welfare and/or preservation of the environment, in Australia or New Zealand.
For example, I’d be thrilled to get involved in a bee conservation project, by genetics and molecular biology approaches, and file a patent and/or to take care of endemic animal species (kangaroos, koalas, wombats…).
I’m also willing to do a professional training (outside university) in winemaking, especially in the Melbourne area.
I’m interested in applied sciences after having done various experiments during my education, particularly in plant biology:
I created a website http://www.arabidopsme.com to present my:
My main professional skills are the following ones:
Innovate in search of solutions to a problem is something that I’d like to find in my career. I’m available, mobile, fluent in English, open-minded to other cultures (student for 14 years at the International School of Geneva) and have a good knowledge of computers. I’m also independent, flexible, reliable, enthusiastic and have a strong team spirit.
If you’re interested by my profile and to work with me, you can contact me by:
I’d be glad to meet you and answer any questions you may have. I’m looking forward to your reply and possible help.
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