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Forwarded: FENS Job Market



The following message is forwarded to the clin_neurophysiol list as I
believe it may of general interest, although perhaps quite a few may
receive it directly thanks to a membership in an european neuroscience
organisation. It may in this context also be noted that clinical
neurophysiology now is an approved speciality within the European
Community; thus, the possibilities for "authorised" work abroad for
colleagues with this professional specialisation is now better within the
member states of the EC.


Regards
/Erik


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>
>!!!!!!!!!!NEWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!NEWS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!NEWS!!!!!!!!!
>
>To European Neuroscientists
>                                                 from the
>                                FEDERATION OF EUROPEAN
>                                       NEUROSCIENCE SOCIETIES (FENS)
>
>This is the FENS Job Market
>
>With this e-mail FENS starts a new initiative: in the future FENS will
>publish a European Job Market via e-mail. These e-mails will contain
>announcements for doctoral fellowships, PhD-positions, research
>fellowships, professorships, technicians, computer specialists – brief, all
>kind of positions related to the field of neuroscience research. This
>service is FREE OF CHARGE and will be issued monthly. Such a
>service is already established within the German Neuroscience Society
>and we have therefore included job offers from this service. In the future
>we hope to offer a truly European spectrum of jobs and this will only
>happen with your participation.
>
>????? How to place an add for the FENS Job Market ?????
>
>Send an e-mail to mt@nero.glia.mdc-berlin.de containing the text for the
>advertisement (preferably copied into the e-mail and NOT as an
>attachment):
>
>Thetext must be in English.
>Thetext must not exceed 100 words (including all information and
>address)
>Thetext should contain the following information:
>Typeof position and term of contract
>SHORTjob description (keywords)
>Deadlinefor application
>Contactaddress
>
>????? How to receive the FENS Job Market ?????
>
>The e-mail distribution list we use was delivered to us by the European
>society you are member of. We are in contact with your society and they
>send us an updated e-mail list on a regular basis. Please make sure that
>your society has your recent e-mail address.
>
>
>PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WILL PUBLISH ONLY
>ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR VACANT POSITIONS
>BUT NOT FOR POSITIONS WANTED !
>
>__________________________________________________________
>
>This e-mail contains the following information:
>
>1.     PhD student position in Berlin
>2.     PhD student position in Berlin
>3.     PhD student position in Munich
>4.     PhD student position in Freiburg
>PhDstudent position in Magdeburg
>PhDstudent and technician position in Regensburg
>7.     Post-doc + PhD student position in Hamburg
>8.     Post-doc + PhD student position in Göttingen
>9.     Post-doc or PhD student position in Berlin
>10.    Post-doc position in Frankfurt/Main
>11.    Post-doc position in Tübingen
>12.    Research position in Berlin
>13.    Group Leader position in Erlangen
>JuniorGroup Leader position in Berlin
>JuniorGroup Leader position in Berlin
>
>________________________________________________________________
>
>PhDstudent position in Berlin
>________________________________________________________________
>
>The Department of Neuroimmunology/Neurology of the Charite
>University
>Hospital in Berlin, Germany has a vacancy for a biochemistry/biology
>
>Ph.D.-/pre-doctoral student (public service pay scale).
>
>Our project examines the regulation and therapeutically relevant immune
>modulation of myelin-specific T-cells from multiple sclerosis patients.
>Our focus is an explanation of the molecular mechanisms that affect
>activation and elimination of antigen-specific T-cells.
>
>Please contact:
>
>PD Dr. Frauke Zipp
>Head of Department, Dept. Neuroimmunology
>Charité Campus Virchow
>Forschungshaus, 2.OG, R.535
>Augustenburger Platz 1
>13353 Berlin
>Tel./FAX  +49 (0)30 450 59718
>E-mail <mailto:frauke.zipp@charite.de>
>__________________________________________________________
>
>2.     PhD student position in Berlin
>__________________________________________________________
>
>The cell and neurobiology department of the Institute of Anatomy has a
>vacancy for
>
>a Ph.D./pre-doctoral student.
>
>Applicants should have a degree in biochemistry or biology and a
>profound
>interest in current neuroscience research questions and their clinical
>relevance. Practical knowledge and experience of molecular - and
>cell-biological methods would be an advantage.
>
>Starting date: July 1, 1999.
>
>For further information, please contact Dr. Oliver Ullrich at
>oliver.ullrich@charite.de
>
>Submit applications to robert.nitsch@charite.de
>
>Robert Nitsch MD
>Professor of Neuroanatomy
>Dept. Cell- und Neurobiology
>Institute of Anatomie
>Charité University Hospital
>Philippstraße 12
>10115 Berlin
>
>________________________________________________________________
>
>                       3.      PhD student position in Munich
>__________________________________________________________
>
>
>A predoctoral position (PhD Studentship)
>
>is available in the research goup for Developmental Neurobiology at the
>Institute of Physiology, Ludwigs-Maximilians-University Munich.
>
>Theme: The significance of gap junctions (electrical synapses) in the
>postnatal development of the cerebral cortex.
>
>Requirements: University degree, preferably in the medical or biological
>sciences or physics.
>
>Please send applications to:
>
>Prof. Dr. Bernd Sutor
>Institute of Physiology, University of Munich
>Pettenkoferstrasse 12, D-80336 München
>Tel.:  +89-5996-234
>FAX.:  +89-5996-216
>e-mail: bernd.sutor@lrz.uni-muenchen.de
>
>________________________________________________________________
>
>4.     PhD student position in Freiburg
>__________________________________________________________
>
>Neurobiology of transkription factor NF-kB
>
>The Molecular Neurobiology Laboratory, Freiburg University, Germany,
>invites applications for the
>
>doctoral position of a molecularbiologist, neurobiologist
>
>to work on the role of NF-kB in the nervous system. The position is
>available for up
>to 3 years. The successful applicant is expected to participate in DNA-
>Chip and functional cloning approaches. DNA-Arrayer and Scanner is
>available at the Lab.
>
>Please post or e-mail curriculum vitae to:
>
>PD Dr. Christian Kaltschmidt
>Molecular Neurobiology Laboratory
>University of Freiburg
>Verfügungsgebäude
>Stefan-Meier-Str. 19
>D-79104 Freiburg
>Germany
>+ 49 761 203 -5115; -5117
>+ 49 761 203 -5116 (fax)
>kaltschm@ruf.uni-freiburg.de
>
>________________________________________________________________
>
>5. PhD student position in Magdeburg
>________________________________________________________________
>
>The Leibniz-Institute for Neurobiology (IfN) in Magdeburg,
>Research Group"Visual Development and Plasticity" offers a
>
>PhD student position in Neurobiology
>
>Applications are invited from researchers who are interested in studying
>the experience-dependent development and functional organization of the
>visual cortex.
>
>Applicants are asked to send their CV, a list of publications and the
>names of three academic referees to:
>
>PD Dr. Siegrid Löwel
>Research Group"Visual Development and Plasticity"
>Leibniz-Institut für Neurobiologie (IfN)
>Brenneckestr. 6
>D-39118 Magdeburg
>Germany
>tel.: +49-391-6263-637/619
>fax:  +49-391-6263-648/638
>e-mail: loewel@ifn-magdeburg.de
>
>__________________________________________________________
>
>               6. PhD student and technician position in Regensburg
>__________________________________________________________
>
>Positions for a
>
>PhD student            and a
>Technician
>
>are available in a DFG supported project at the ENT
>clinic of the university of Regensburg to develop an animal
>model for central hearing loss. Psychoacoustic methods and
>immunocytochemistry will be used to identify age dependent
>deficits in behavioral performance and changes in the
>inhibitory circuitry of auditory brainstem nuclei.
>
>For more information contact O.Gleich or G.M.Klump by email:
>
>Otto.Gleich@klinik.uni-regensburg.de
>Georg.Klump@bio.tum.de
>
>Or contact us by mail:
>
>Dr. Otto Gleich
>HNO-Klinik Universitaet Regensburg
>D-93042 Regensburg
>Germany
>(Tel. +49-941-944-9426)
>
>
>__________________________________________________________
>
>7. Post-doc + Phd student postition in Hamburg
>_________________________________________________________
>
>Open positions:
>
>1 scientific associate (postdoc)
>1 PhD student
>
>Preferred areas of expertise:
>cell biology methods, cell culture, molecular biology, biochemistry.
>
>Our research focusses on the structure and function of proteins of the
>cytoskeleton, with particular emphasis on Alzheimer's disease, signal
>transduction, axonaler tranport:
>
>Applications and information:
>
>Prof. Dr. E. Mandelkow
>Max-Planck-Unit for
>structural molecular biology
>Notkestrasse 85
>D-22603 Hamburg, Germany
>Tel: +49-40-8998-2810 or -2801
>Fax: +49-40-89716822
>E-mail: mand@mpasmb.desy.de
>www.mpasmb-hamburg.mpg.de
>
>__________________________________________________________
>
>Postdoc+ PhD student position in Göttingen
>__________________________________________________________
>
>Post-doctoral Research Assistant
>PhD-position Neuropharmacology/Neurophysiology
>
>A post-doc position and a PhD-position are available at the
>Max-Planck-Institute for experimental Medicine.
>
>The project focuses on the interaction of peptide neurotoxins on voltage
>gated ion channels (Nature, 381: 148 (1996), JBC, 273:33 (1998)) and
>involves electrophysiological and molecular biology techniques.
>Applicants
>should have experience in at least one of those techniques. The positions
>are available for 2 years with possible prolongation.
>
>Applications should be sent to:
>
>Dr. Heinrich Terlau
>Max-Planck-Institute for experimental Medicine
>Hermann-Rein-Str. 3
>D-37075 Gottingen
>Germany
>__________________________________________________________
>
>               9. Postdoc or PhD studen position in Berlin
>__________________________________________________________
>
>HUMBOLDT-UNIVERSITY, BERLIN; INSTITUTE OF BIOLOGY
>
>Doctoral or Postdoctoral Position
>
>ELECTROPHYSIOLOGY AND COMPUTATIONAL
>NEUROBIOLOGY
>
>GENERAL THEME: Coding of behaviorally relevant stimuli.
>
>SPECIAL TOPIC: Neural basis for insect song recognition: processing of
>temporal and relational codes in the grasshopper auditory system.
>
>PROJECT: Planning and carrying out
>electrophysiological experiments (single and parallel recordings) in
>close
>cooperation with the groups of Prof. B. Ronacher (Experiment) and Prof
>A.V.M. Herz (Theory).
>
>REQUIREMENTS: Training in electrophysiology, extensive experience
>with
>computer-aided experiments.
>
>CONTACT AND FURTHER INFORMATION: a.herz@itb.biologie.hu-
>berlin.de
>
>__________________________________________________________
>
>Post-docposition in Frankfurt/Main
>__________________________________________________________
>
>Physiologisches Institut III der J.W. Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am
>Main
>
>Postdoctoral Position in Neurobiology/Neurophysiology
>
>Research subject is the process of degeneration and regeneration in the
>inner ear. The influence of growth factors on the de- and regeneration
>processes after sound trauma or application of ototoxic drugs will be
>investigated using both electrophysiological in vivo techniques and
>morphological methods. Candidates should have knowledge of cell
>biological and immunohistochemical techniques and have an interest in
>electrophysiological in vivo techniques.
>
>Please submit applications, including a curriculum vitae, references,
>research interests and plans to:
>
>PD Dr.J.W.Th Smolders
>Zentrum der Physiologie
>Institut für Physiologie III
>Theodor-Stern-Kai 7
>D-60590 Frankfurt am Main
>Phone: +49 69 63016980
>Fax: +49 69 63016987
>e-mail: smolders@em.uni-frankfurt.de
>
>__________________________________________________________
>
>11. Post-doc position in Tübingen
>________________________________________________________________
>
>University of Tübingen, School of Medicine, Department of Neurology
>
>Position available for
>
>1 Postdoctoral Scientist
>
>We are seeking a new collaborator to join our multidisciplinary team of
>scientists engaged in the examination of posttraumatic neuronal
>protection and regeneration. We offer a stimulating scientific
>environment and state-of-the-art facilities in the newly-constructed
>biomedical research center encompassing the new Institute for Cell and
>Molecular Biology. The applicants should have experience in cell
>biology, anatomy and animal surgery. Please send applications to:
>
>Prof. Dr.Mathias Bähr
>Neurologische Universitätsklinik Tübingen
>Hoppe-Seyler-Str. 3
>72076 Tübingen, F.R.G.
>FAX: 49-7071-2959576507
>Email: mathias.baehr@uni-tuebingen.de
>
>________________________________________________________________
>
>12.    Research position in Berlin
>________________________________________________________________
>
>
>MAX DELBRÜCK CENTER FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE,
>Research Team Cellular Neurosciences, invites applications for
>
>1 Research Position (five years) in the field of neuron-glia interaction
>
>Candidates should have expertise in electrophysiology and/or imaging.
>
>They should submit their application to:
>
>MAX DELBRÜCK CENTER FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE
>Cellular Neurosciences
>Prof. Dr. Helmut Kettenmann
>Robert-Roessle-Str. 10
>13092 Berlin, Germany
>Tel.: +49 30 94 06 33 25
>FAX: +49 30 94 06 38 19
>Email:hketten@mdc-berlin.de
>
>________________________________________________________________
>
>13.    Group Leader in Erlangen
>__________________________________________________________
>
>INSTITUTE FOR BIOCHEMISTRY, UNIVERSITY OF ERLANGEN-
>NÜRNBERG
>
>PROJECT GROUP LEADER
>
>Applications are invited for the position of
>a project group leader (biochemistry, biology,
>medicine). Potential areas of research include
>genomics, expression and / or mutant-analysis of
>neurotransmitter receptors. This position
>(tariff level C1) involves teaching
>obligations within the medical curriculum.
>Working knowledge of German is required.
>
>More information can be obtained from:
>http://www.biochem.uni-erlangen.de OR
>http://www.uni-erlangen.de/docs/FAUWWW/index_e.html
>
>Send your application (CV, list of publications, addresses of two
>referees) to:
>
>Cord-Michael Becker, MD
>Institut für Biochemie
>Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg
>Fahrstrasse 17
>D-91054 Erlangen, Germany
>Phone: (*49-9131) 85-24190 / 85-24191
>FAX:   (*49-9131) 85-22485
>Email: C.-M.Becker@biochem.uni-erlangen.de
>
>__________________________________________________________
>
>GroupLeader in Berlin
>________________________________________________________________
>
>The Department of Neuroscience at the Max-Delbrück-Center for
>Molecular Medicine (MDC) Berlin-Buch invites applications for
>
>a Junior Group Leader position
>
>Areas of interest include but are not limited to developmental
>neurobiology, glial cell biology, animal models of human brain disease,
>embryonic cells as precursors for neural cells, organogenesis,
>regeneration, systemic neurobiology.
>
>Successful applicants are expected to establish an independent and
>innovative research program. The position will be guaranteed for five
>years. Appropriate lab space, running cost and personal will be
>provided.
>
>Review of applications will begin in July and will continue until the
>position is filled. Please submit a letter of intent, curriculum vitae,
>statement of future research and addresses of at least three references to:
>
>Prof.. Dr. Helmut Kettenmann
>Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) Berlin-Buch
>Cellular Neurosciences
>Robert-Rössle-Str. 10
>13092 Berlin
>Tel.: 030 9406 28 06
>Fax: 030 9406 3819
>eMail: hk@nero.glia.mdc-berlin.de
>
>
>___________________________________________________________
>
>15.Junior Group Leader position in Berlin
>__________________________________________________________
>_
>
>A Junior Group Leader is available based in the Institute of
>Neurobiology at the Free University of Berlin. We seek for a
>behavioral biologist focussing on behavioral analysis of
>genetically-manipulated animals, emphasizing adaptive behavior in the
>study of mechanisms of learning and memory.
>
>Lab space and facilities for experimental animals are available.
>Additional funds for post-doc, technician and student positions can be
>granted. Applicants should be under 35 years
>of age when applying. (Slightly older applicants may be considered if
>they have taken time off for family leave.).
>
>Applications should be received by June 30, l999 by:
>
>Prof. Dr. R. Menzel
>Institut for Neurobiology
>Free University of Berlin
>Königin-Luise-Strasse 28-30
>14195 Berlin
>Germany.
>http://www.fu-berlin.de/sfb515/
>_______________________________________________________
>
>FENS Office Berlin
>Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC)
>Robert-Rössle-Str. 10
>D-13092 Berlin
>EMail: mt@nero.glia.mdc-berlin.de
>