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Professorship in Molecular Mechanisms of Diabetes Pathogenesis

Employer: University of Southern Denmark
Posted: June 10, 2014
Expires: September 15, 2014
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Professorship in Molecular Mechanisms of Diabetes Pathogenesis

_The Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Faculty of Science, University of Southern Denmark (SDU) is seeking to recruit a professor in Molecular Mechanisms of Diabetes Pathogenesis with a particular emphasis on Stem Cell Biology. The professorship is funded by a grant from the Danish Diabetes Academy (DDA). This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding established investigator to play a leading role in an expanding diabetes research programme at a leading Danish University._

_Requirements and Expectations_

_Research. The successful candidate is expected to have a strong research profile in the field of molecular mechanisms of diabetes pathogenesis, with emphasis on stem cell biology and associated technologies_.

_Teaching. The successful candidate should have a strong record of teaching. He/she will contribute to undergraduate and graduate teaching in our Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Biomedicine study programmes. This will also include supervision of dissertation students for bachelor and master projects. In addition, the professor is expected to supervise graduate students and postdocs and participate in the training activities of the Danish Diabetes Academy._

_Start-up funding will include funding for one postdoctoral position (three years) and one PhD fellowship (three years) from DDA as well as DKK 5 million from the SDU Faculty of Science._


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