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[Photosynthesis] Post-doc position in photosynthesis (Israel)

Yoram Gerchman via photosyn%40net.bio.net (by gerchman from research.haifa.ac.il)
Thu Aug 13 11:21:25 EST 2009


This is to announce a post-doc opening in photosynthesis research. The research
is to take place in Haifa University in Israel <www.haifa.ac.il>, in the Oranim
Campus (Kiryat Tivon). Research will include the study of the role of different
CP43s in cyanobacteria.

>The project will be held under the "UNESCO/Israel Co-Sponsored Fellowships for
Post Doctoral Studies" and funding is dependent upon successful application to
the above.<

Requested qualification:

* Experience in photosynthesis research, especially in biophysical methods
(spectroscopy, fluorescence, etc.) Experience in molecular biology techniques
is a plus.

* Willingness to work hard and learn new techniques

* Candidate must fit the UNESCO program eligibility criteria

"Applicants must meet the following general criteria:
1. Be from a developing country listed in Annex II.
2. Candidates must have received within three years their PhD degree.
3. Only candidates with the necessary qualifications, who demonstrate
outstanding intellectual promise and personal qualities, shall be considered
under this programme.
4. Candidates must be able to integrate an on-going research program being
conducted at one of the universities/institutes listed (Annex III).
5. Candidates must be able to communicate in English and are required to provide
the TOEFL scores (Test of English as a Foreign Language) obtained.
6. Applicants must be in good health, both physically and mentally."

Compensation will be up to $20,000 per year (see the UNESCO web-page above)

If you fit the qualification and intrested please contact Dr. Yoram Gerchman

gerchman at research dot haifa dot ac dot il

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