Suomen Solubiologit ry

Yhdistys edistää solubiologian tutkimusta, koulutusta, tiedotusta ja työpaikkojen perustamista solubiologeille harjoittaen koulutus- ja tiedotustoimintaa.

Liity jäseneksi

Ajankohtaista

Open doctoral training positions at Biocenter Oulu

19.10.2017 | Ajankohtaista
The University of Oulu (www.oulu.fi/english/) is one of the largest universities in Finland, with approximately 16 000 students and 3 000 employees. The University of Oulu Graduate School (UniOGS) (www.oulu.fi/uniogs/) provides the framework and conditions for high-quality, research-driven doctoral education at the University of Oulu, and field-specific doctoral training is provided by its multidisciplinary doctoral programmesBiocenter Oulu (BCO) (www.oulu.fi/biocenter/) offers a high-level international multidisciplinary environment supplied with cutting-edge infrastructures.  Under this framework, the Health and Biosciences Doctoral Programme (HBS-DP) (www.oulu.fi/uniogs/dp/hbsdp) offers doctoral training in cell and molecular biology, molecular medicine, genetics, structural biology, bioinformatics, biocomputing, medicine, health sciences, and interdisciplinary topics.  
Applications are invited for a full-time doctoral student position for a maximum of four years, starting at the earliest on 1.1.2018 in a Biocenter Oulu.

Two postdoctoral positions in bioinformatics as related to metabolomics are open at Örebro University, Sweden

17.10.2017 | Ajankohtaista
Two new postdoctoral positions in bioinformatics as related to metabolomics are open at Örebro University.
 
One position will focus on research in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease as related to the ongoing EU funded project EPoS and the soon-to-start IMI project LITMUS.
 
The other position will focus on processing and analysis of ’multi-omics’ data in environmental (including exposome) research in the ’Environmental Forensic Laboratory – EnForce’ project (https://www.oru.se/english/research/research-environments/ent/mtm/research-teams/enforce/).
 
This is a great opportunity to join a young and growing research environment, with excellent analytical infrastructure dedicated to health-related metabolomics and environmental research.

Solubiologi-lehti