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European Visiting Blaschko Research Fellow

Applications for this vacancy closed on 10 March 2017 at 12:00PM
Postdoctoral scientists and finishing graduate students are encouraged to
submit an application with a view to becoming the next Blaschko Fellow, based
in the Department of Pharmacology in Oxford.



This prestigious fellowship was set up as an endowment by the family of
Professor Hugh Blaschko in recognition of his career as an outstanding
researcher in the field of life sciences and his commitment to the development
and support of a generation of graduate students and researchers.



This unique Fellowship offers an outstanding newly qualified DPhil/PhD student
the opportunity of: two years of salary funding to conduct their own research
project; direct supervision and mentoring by a member of academic staff in the
Department of Pharmacology; accommodation and full access to the facilities of
Linacre College, enabling the Fellow to benefit from a network of other
researchers and graduate students; a small budget for consumables and travel
to facilitate research and the dissemination of research results at seminars
and events



You will have a PhD in life or physical sciences or expect to submit your
thesis by September 2017. In addition, you should have sufficient specialist
knowledge and experience in your research area to work within an established
research programme. Experience of managing your own research, contributing to
publications and presentations and presented research proposals and results
are essential. You will be expected to formulate research strategies, adapt
existing and develop new scientific techniques, advise and support other
members of the group and carry out collaborative project with colleagues in
other departments and institutions.



Before making your application, you should make direct contact with a
supervisor in the Department of Pharmacology (www.pharm.ox.ac.uk/research) who
is working in a field that interests you. Please include written confirmation
with your application, from your choice of supervisor, that they are happy to
host you and specify in your supporting statement which group you wish to work
with and why.



This post is offered on a fixed-term basis for 2 years, funded by the Blaschko
Trust, and will start on 1 October 2017. Preference will be given to students
resident in Continental Europe due to the terms of the Blaschko Trust.



The closing date for applications is 12.00 noon on Friday 10 March 2017.

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Postdoctoral scientists and finishing graduate students are encouraged to submit an application with a view to becoming the next Blaschko Fellow, based in the Department of Pharmacology in Oxford.


This prestigious fellowship was set up as an endowment by the family of Professor Hugh Blaschko in recognition of his career as an outstanding researcher in the field of life sciences and his commitment to the development and support of a generation of graduate students and researchers.


This unique Fellowship offers an outstanding newly qualified DPhil/PhD student the opportunity of: two years of salary funding to conduct their own research project; ...

Postdoctoral scientists and finishing graduate students are encouraged to
submit an application with a view to becoming the next Blaschko Fellow, based
in the Department of Pharmacology in Oxford.



This prestigious fellowship was set up as an endowment by the family of
Professor Hugh Blaschko in recognition of his career as an outstanding
researcher in the field of life sciences and his commitment to the development
and support of a generation of graduate students and researchers.



This unique Fellowship offers an outstanding newly qualified DPhil/PhD student
the opportunity of: two years of salary funding to conduct their own research
project; ...
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