The „Regenerative Mechanisms for Health” International Research Agenda Unit (“ReMedy”),
Centre of New Technologies, University of Warsaw, Poland,
calls for applications for
RESEARCH GROUP LEADER (2 positions)
(according to Polish system: adiunkt naukowy or profesor nadzwyczajny naukowy)
We are looking for dynamic group leaders to establish two independent research groups and to develop ambitious and innovative research programmes on stress-evoked adaptability of cells at the molecular and biochemical level. We encourage outstanding researchers, both young and already established, to apply for the post.
The ReMedy Unit intends to make breakthrough discoveries that will open new lines of research and new strategies to maintain and restore health. The goal of ReMedy is to understand and to harness stress-evoked adaptability of cells at the molecular and biochemical level, in order to combat human diseases and pathologies. ReMedy aims to i) understand molecular mechanisms of stress response, ii) discover short- and long-term consequences of responses and their crosstalk in physiology and iii) apply the gained knowledge about stress responses for the development of new medical treatments. In the end we plan to have five new groups.
Key responsibilities include:
– Establish independent research group;
– Develop ambitious and innovative research programme on stress-evoked adaptability of cells at the molecular and biochemical level;
– Ensure scientific excellence, quality and completeness of developed programme,
– Engage in commercialization activities.
Profile of candidates/requirements:
• PhD degree in molecular biology, genetics, biochemistry, biomedicine, bioinformatics, biophysics, chemistry or similar and adequate post-doctoral experience,
• Outstanding record of scientific achievements reflected by publication record,
• Original and independent research programme,
• Strong leadership complemented by ability to collaborate,
• Research focus matching ReMedy goals.
– Possibility to develop an independent research program that complements existing research in the ReMedy
– Access to the state of the art equipment and facilities
– Stimulating and interdisciplinary research environment and research opportunities of the large biomedical campus
– Laboratory space and a start-up package (covering competitive salaries, basic equipment and supplies)
Applications must be written in English and prepared as a single pdf file including:
• Cover letter,
• Curriculum Vitae including a list of publications,
• Description of 1-3 most important scientific achievements (max. 2 pages),
• Summary (max. 2 pages) of the applicant’s future research plans,
• Statement (max. 1 page) how the future research plans relate to ReMedy goals,
• Contact details for 2 professional referees who can be contacted for recommendation letters.
Applications should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 January 2019.
Please, use ”Research Group Leader application” as a title of your message.
Short-listed candidates will be invited for a symposium-style interview to be held in Warsaw on 13-14 May 2019 during the ReMedy International Scientific Committee meeting.
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Tags: cellular stress, cellular adaptations, molecular defense responses, regeneration, pathology, neurodegeneration, cancer