18 September 2012

Looking for candidates for a post-doctoral contrac

Campus de Excelencia Internacional Moncloa-UCM
 Contacto correo-e: tgarcia@vet.ucm.es

We are looking for candidates to apply to current International Call of Post-Doctoral Contracts in the Moncloa Campus of International Excellence (Madrid, Spain).  Candidate would incorporate to the project “Detection of allergenic nuts in foodstuffs using recombinant peptides and antibodies, and gene probes”. Experience on molecular biology, preferably on recombinant antibodies and multiplex real-time PCR is required.

The eligibility criteria for candidates are, according to the call:

a) To have obtained a doctorate qualification during the eight years prior to the date of the publication of the offer.
b) To provide proof of the contribution made by his/her previous scientific activity: to have at least six articles published in JCR journals.
c) To have participated in at least one competitive research project at a university, research centre or institute, or company or industry.
d) To be under 40 years of age at the time the offer is published.
e) To meet at least one of the following mobility requirements:
• Researchers who meet the Marie Curie Programme mobility conditions under the current European Commission Framework Programmes (ie Researchers must not have made a major activity research in Spain for more than 12 months in the last three years).
• Researchers of non-Spanish nationality who have obtained their doctorate outside of Spain.
• Researchers of any nationality who have carried out their research in a country other than that of their nationality for at least 2 years.

Información complementaria de la oferta:
Applicants interested should contact Prof. Teresa García Lacarra (tgarcia@vet.ucm.es, tel. +34 91 394 3747) or Prof. Charo Martín de Santos (rmartins@vet.ucm.es, +34 91 394 3752), Reseach Group in Development of advanced methodologies for traceability, detection of microorganisms in food and food biosecurity (TRADETBIO)

The research work will be done at:
Departamento de Nutrición, Bromatología y Tecnología de los Alimentos de la Facultad de Veterinaria de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid

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