Center for Cooperative Research in Biomaterials Post‐Doctoral Fellowship in “Carbon Nanotubes‐based Biomaterials for Neuroregeneration and MR Imaging Follow‐up of the Recovery” 2017, Spain

Publish Date: Aug 03, 2017

Deadline: Sep 15, 2017

Post‐Doctoral Fellow opportunity in “Carbon Nanotubes‐based biomaterials for Neuroregeneration and MR Imaging follow‐up of the Recovery”

Deadline: September 15th 2017 

Duration: 2 years 

Starting date: as late as December 2017 

One post‐doctoral position is available in CIC biomaGUNE (San Sebastián, Spain) under the upervision of Prof. Maurizio Prato, leader of the Carbon Bionanotechnology group, and Prof. Pedro Ramos, leader of the Magnetic Resonance Imaging Lab.

The objective of this fully‐funded 2‐year post‐doctoral fellowship is, in a first stage, to develop innovative 3D scaffolds based on carbon nanomaterials and conjugated polymers for neuronal tissue regeneration and, in a second stage, use magnetic resonance imaging techniques to follow up the recovery of the neuronal tissue after implantation in an animal model of disease. The project is developed in collaboration with the research neuroscience center Achucarro (Bilbao, Spain) and SISSA (Trieste, Italy). The applicant will be responsible of the synthetic part, of the magnetic resonance studies (in coordination with the MRI platform personnel of biomaGUNE) and of the collaborative work with the different institutions, as well as of the supervision of PhD students.

General requirements for all candidates: 

  • PhD Degree in Chemistry obtained before 1 November 2017  
  • Experience in organic synthesis and chemistry of materials are essential  
  • High motivation and ability to be involved in an international multidisciplinary team  
  • Co‐authorship of publications and participation in research projects  
  • High level of spoken and written English  
  • Writing, editing, and submitting research manuscripts experience

Other appreciated qualities: 

• Additional  experience  and  knowledge  in  electrochemistry,  polymer  chemistry,  characterization techniques and nanotechnology  

• Experience and/or knowledge in cell culture 

• Guiding research projects experience 

• Supervision of undergraduate, master or PhD students skills 

• Communication skills

Candidates should submit an application together with a motivation letter, their CV, and the contact details of two referees to quoting “303 PostDoc” in the e‐mail subject.

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