[Coral-List] Ph.D. Position on Cnidarian Physiology in Monaco

Alexander Venn alexandervenn at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 8 04:51:04 EDT 2010

A Ph.D.
position on cnidarian physiology is available at the Centre Scientifique de
Monaco (CSM) within the Physiology / Biochemistry team. The position, available
from October 2010, will be based at CSM and students will be enrolled in the “Ecole
Doctorale Diversité du Vivant” at the University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris.
The Ph.D. student will be supported by a monthly stipend of 1500 Euros from the
Centre Scientifique de Monaco for 3 years.
research will use live cell imaging to investigate the influence of environmental
parameters on intracellular pH in cnidarians. The research will compliment
existing research programmes on coral physiology at CSM (e.g. see Venn et al. 2009
PNAS 106:16574–16579). Further details on current research at CSM can be
found at www.centrescientifique.mc. A list of relevant references and further
details (in French) can be found under the link “Sujets de These” on the site http://eddv.snv.jussieu.fr/ .(Scroll to the bottom of the page). 
candidates should send a CV, covering letter, two references and university
transcripts to stambutte at centrescientifique.mc and alex at centrescientifique.mc.
The selection processes will involve a review of CVs, followed by interviews.
Please feel free to circulate this advertisement among interested parties.
Sylvie Tambutte and Alexander Venn
Centre Scientifique de Monaco (CSM)
Avenue Saint-Martin
Principality of Monaco
stambutte at centrescientifique.mc
alex at centrescientifique.mc


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