19/07/2019
Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
Science 4 Refugees

PhD

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  • ORGANISATION/COMPANY
    University College Dublin, School of Agriculture and Food Science
  • RESEARCH FIELD
    Biological sciencesBiology
    Biological sciencesLaboratory animal science
    Computer scienceAutonomic computing
    EngineeringMicroengineering
  • RESEARCHER PROFILE
    First Stage Researcher (R1)
  • APPLICATION DEADLINE
    15/11/2019 17:00 - Europe/Brussels
  • LOCATION
    Multiple locations, see work locations below.
  • TYPE OF CONTRACT
    Temporary
  • JOB STATUS
    Full-time
  • HOURS PER WEEK
    36-40
  • OFFER STARTING DATE
    01/12/2019
  • EU RESEARCH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME
    H2020 / Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
  • MARIE CURIE GRANT AGREEMENT NUMBER
    860960

"EUROVA" ITN Early Stage Researcher positions

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for a full-time fixed term position as an Early Stage Researcher within the EUROVA training network.

“Ex Ovo Omnia”: “From the egg comes all”(William Harvey 1578-1657): The EUROVAtraining network recognizes that excellent basic oocyte biology researchis central to the development of safe new therapies and interventions in fertility enhancement or fertility preservation for all mammalian species. We invite enthusiastic talented early stage researchers to apply to join our exciting multidisciplinaryresearch programme. The EUROVA training network will recruit and train 15 PhD students who will work on projects that include the safe storage and re-transplantation of ovarian tissue from female cancer patients, identifying therapies to improve the quality of oocytes from patients who suffer from metabolic conditions, adapting ART to save the Southern White Rhinoceros from extinction and building a cross species compendium of the molecular pathways and key processes involved in oocyte growth and development.

The positions are funded by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Union, pending Grant Agreement signature (No. 860960, due in August 2019) and will be available in Autumn 2019. The appointments will be on a full time basis for a period of 3 years. The remuneration will be in line with the European Commission rules for Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant holders (Early-Stage Researchers, Initial Training Network).

 

POSITIONS

Project 1: Mitochondrial function, the telomere system and epigenetic programming of oocytes

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Prof. T. Fair, University College Dublin, Ireland

PROJECT: During oogenesis, tightly orchestrated molecular and structural modifications, fundamental to successful development, occur in the nucleus and cytoplasm of oocytes. There is continual cross-talk between the nucleus and cytoplasm; published models include crosstalk between epigenetic regulation and telomere biology, epigenetic regulation and mitochondrial function, and telomere biology and mitochondrial function. Although not yet developed, a fully integrated model might account for many processes associated with oocyte quality and developmental programming, or indicate checkpoints for potential endogenous/exogenous environmental manipulation. The aim of this project is to characterize the crosstalk between epigenetic regulation and telomere biology, epigenetic regulation and mitochondrial function, and telomere biology and mitochondrial function.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Reproductive physiology developmental biology, molecular biology

Organisation/Institute:UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, DUBLIN

Website: http://www.ucd.ie/agfood/

 

Project 2Progesterone (P4) Regulation of Oocyte Growth & Maturation

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Prof. T. Fair, University College Dublin, Ireland

PROJECT:Cumulus Oocyte Complexes dynamically express both nuclear and membrane-bound progesterone receptors during maturation. Furthermore, the expression pattern is modulated in the presence of LH, FSH or P4. Inhibition of P4 synthesis or blocking the activity of the nuclear Progesterone Receptor during oocyte in vitro maturation, disrupts normal maturation and is associated with reduced oocyte competence. The aim of this project is to identify P4-mediated molecular and cellular pathways involved in oocyte growth and maturation and to determine the key pathways and stress responses associated with poor oocyte quality and embryo mortality in a suboptimal P4 signalling environment.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Reproductive physiology, developmental biology, molecular biology

Organisation/Institute:UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF IRELAND, DUBLIN

Website: http://www.ucd.ie/agfood/

 

Project 3: Physiological culture systems to access untapped ovarian reserves for improving reproductive efficiency

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Prof. Alberto Maria Luciano, University of Milan, Italy

PROJECT: The cohort of growing oocytes within preantral secondary follicles is a potentially larger source of oocytes compared with those in antral follicles. However, growing oocytes are still undergoing cytoplasmic changes, transcription and chromatin modifications that are essential for the control of gene expression and are required for the establishment of a proper maternal specific genomic imprinting and global methylation patterns. These processes are crucial for the attainment of the full embryonic developmental competence of a functional gamete.The project aims at determining the critical constituents of the ovarian microenvironment that orchestrate oocyte differentiation from preantral-to-antral stage of follicle development, leading to the definition of a multi-step preantral culture strategy that closely mimics the physiological environment.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Reproductive physiology, developmental biology, molecular biology

Organisation/Institute:UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI MILANO, ITALY

Website: http://www.redbiolab.unimi.it

 

Project 4: Optimization of in vitro follicle culture methods in mouse to improve developmental competence and offspring health

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Prof Ellen Ankaert, Vrie Universitet of Belgium

PROJECT: In vitro 3D-follicle culture systems, preserving the spatial configuration of the follicle, offer great potential to improve the developmental capacity of cultured oocytes, but are insufficiently optimized. Essential components of the ovarian extracellular matrix (ECM) have been identified and will be applied to early preantral In vitro follicle culture(IFC) systems to create an interactive 3D oocyte culture system. The aim of this project is of create a physiological environment which facilitates appropriate oocyte differentiation from preantral to antral follicle stage using mouse and bovine models.Oocyte meiotic and developmental competence and long-term health of adult offspring will be monitored.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Reproductive physiology, developmental biology, molecular biology

Organisation/Institute: VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL, BELGIUM

Website: http://www.brusselsivf.be/fobi

 

Project 5: Impact of the sub-cortical maternal complex on epigenetic programming of oocytes

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Dr. Gavin Kelsey, Babraham Institute, Cambridge, UK.

PROJECT: The sub-cortical maternal complex (SMC), a multi-protein structure of the mammalian oocyte, orchestrates several essential cellular processes during the oocyte-to-embryo transition, including spindle assembly, chromosome alignment and symmetric cell division in cleavage-stage embryos. The aim of the project is to determinewhether SMC defects cause failures in methylation establishment in oocytes, what genomic features are most susceptible, and the mechanisms responsible.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Developmental biology, molecular biology, bioinformatics

Organisation/Institute: The Babraham Institute, Cambridge, UK

Website: http://www.babraham.ac.uk/our-research/epigeneticd/gavin-kelsey

 

Project 6: Mitochondrial-driven splicing deregulation: New mechanism to explain the loss of competence in aged oocytes

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Dr. Rita Vassena, Clinic Eugin, Barcelona, Spain. Enrolment in Universitat Autonoma De Barcelona.

PROJECT: The oocytes of women of 35 years and older i.e.,advanced maternal age (AMA),have a higher rate of meiotic aneuploidy, meiotic spindle assembly defects, and decreased mitochondrial activity. Alternative Splicing deregulation has been linked to aging; recent work has associated mitochondrial dysfunction to alternative splicing deregulation in cellular models. It is likely that a similar mechanism acts in AMA oocytes, where the decreased mitochondrial activity might affect the oocyte developmental competence through the modulation of RNA alternative splicing. The aim of the project is to untangle the relationship between alternative splicing deregulation, reduced mitochondrial metabolic activity and spindle integrity in AMA oocytes.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Developmental biology, molecular biology, bioinformatics

Organisation/Institute:EUVITRO SLU, BARCELONA, SPAIN

Website: https://www.ivfresearchnetwork.com/centers/basic-research-laboratory-spain/

 

Project 7: Somatic signals regulating mRNA translation in mammalian oocytes

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Dr Federicia Franciosi, University of Milan, Italy

PROJECT: During oocyte maturation transcription is repressed and cellular functions, comprising meiotic progression and reprogramming of the genome to totipotency, are mainly regulated by the timely translation of maternal mRNAaccumulated during oocyte growth.Recent studies show that the follicular/cultural environment affects oocyte developmental competence by acting on the program of maternal mRNA translation, through the activation of the PI3K/AKT pathway in the oocyte. However the intercellular signalling linking the somatic and germline side of this cascade has not been elucidated. The aim of the project is to dissect the ability of signals originating in the follicular cells, transduced to the oocyte in response to the ovulatory stimulus, to affect the oocyte translational program.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Developmental biology, molecular biology, bioinformatics

Organisation/Institute: UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI MILANO, ITALY

Website: http://www.redbiolab.unimi.it

 

Project 8: Identification of signalling factors during bovine oocyte maturation

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Prof Ann van Soom, University of Gent

PROJECT: The addition of oocyte-secreted factors (OSFs) to in vitro maturation medium has shown potential to improve the developmental competence of oocytes in different animal models, suggesting immature oocytes from small antral follicles are deficient in OSFs.Oocyte and cumulus cell secreted factors such as ncRNAs and proteins may play a role in oocyte epigenome remodeling, chromatin integrity, maternal RNA translation and cytoplasmic acquisition of competence. The aim of the project isto identify candidate soluble molecules that will be added to in vitro maturation conditions to improve oocyte development and oocyte quality.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Developmental biology, molecular biology, bioinformatics

Organisation/Institute:UNIVERSITEIT GENT, BELGIUM.

Website: http://www.kliniek.ugent.be/v1/hond_kat

 

Project 9: Machine Learning platform to support assisted reproductive technologies

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Dr. Josep Lluís Arcos. Host institution Cientificas (CSIC): Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior De Investigaciones Enrolment in Universitat Autonoma De Barcelona.

PROJECT: It is often difficult to distinguish between epigenetic aberrations associated with infertility and those induced by assisted reproductive technologies (ART). Routine robust safety checkpoints for ovarian cortex and gamete storage techniques are not yet established for ART. Artificial Intelligence training onEUROVAresearch and clinical datasets could lead to the development of case specific diagnostic and therapeutic targets of oocyte development and survival. The aim of this project is to design a software platform, based on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for analysis and validation of ART data to support research and clinical exploitation of data analysis pipelines, which can be used for patient focused interventions and for standardization of ART culture systems.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Computer science, machine learning, bioinformatics

Organisation/Institute:AGENCIA ESTATAL CONSEJO SUPERIOR DE INVESTIGACIONES CIENTIFICAS (CSIC). CAMPUS UAB, BELLATERRA, SPAIN.

Website: http://www.iiia.csic.es/~arcos

 

Project 10: Proteomic profiling of AMA oocytes: from basic biology to improving fertility in aged women

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Dr. Rita Vassena, Clinica Eugin, Barcelona, Enrolment in UCD.

PROJECT: The oocytes of women of 35 years and older i.e.,advanced maternal age (AMA), have a higher rate of meiotic aneuploidy, meiotic spindle assembly defects, and decreased mitochondrial activity. Proteomic profiling of young and old oocytes could provide valuable information on the differential expression of proteins in the aged oocyte. The aims of this project are to identify changes in the proteome of oocytes induced by aging, to determine the potential of candidate proteins to rescue the aged phenotype of bovine AMA-like oocytes, and to investigate the potential application of an AMA oocyte rescue strategy to IVM in a clinical setting.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Developmental biology, molecular biology, bioinformatics

Organisation/Institute:EUVITRO SLU, BARCELONA, SPAIN

Website: https://www.ivfresearchnetwork.com/centers/basic-research-laboratory-spain/

 

Project 11: Replication of in vivo maturation environment in vitro to reduce epigenetic and chromosomal aberrations

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Prof Ann van Soom, University of Gent, Belgium.

Growing oocytes undergo modifications that are essential for the control of gene expression and are required for the establishment of a proper maternal specific genomic imprinting and global methylation patterns, processes crucial for the attainment of their full embryonic developmental competence. In vitro follicle culture (IFC) systems that mimic the physiological environment and facilitate appropriate oocyte differentiation from preantral to antral follicle stage will allow the use of this cohort of oocytes in assisted reproduction therapies. However, extensive improvement and validation of IFC systems are required before they can be applied to clinical use.The aim of this project is to develop a 3D co-culture system in bovine. The influence of different in vitro maturation conditions (3D, vesicles, temperature control) on epigenetic and chromosomal aberrations in bovine zygotes and cleavage stage bovine embryos will be investigated.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Developmental biology, molecular biology, bioinformatics

Organisation/Institute:UNIVERSITEIT GENT, BELGIUM.

Website: www.kliniek.ugent.be/v1/hond_kat

 

Project 12: Microfluidics a technology to study and improve oocyte maturation

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Dr. Pierre Gaudriault, Cherry Biotech, Rennes, France. Enrolment in University of Gent, Belgium.

PROJECT:The clinical application of microfluidics in assisted reproduction couldbe highly advantageous in terms of integrating and automating all aspects of the in vitro embryo production process,while simultaneously recording non-invasive measures of oocyte and embryo competency.An automated microscope stage/device will be developed using microfluidics technology at Cherry Biotech. The aim of this project is to develop an automated microscope stage/device based on microfluidics technology allowing the precise re-creation of gamete microenvironment to improve oocyte maturation under live imaging conditions. The device will be applied to test drug/reagent exposure of the cultured gametes, as well as medium sampling to identify biomarkers of interest.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Developmental biology, molecular biology, bioinformatics

Organisation/Institute: CHERRY BIOTECH, RENNES, FRANCE.

Website: www.cherrybiotech.com

 

Project 13: Development and safety analysis of optimized in vitro maturation in presence of oocyte-secreted factors (OSF)

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Prof Ellen Ankaert, Vrie Universitet of Belgium

PROJECT: Conventional patient in vitro fertilization protocols involve hormone stimulation, thus patients at risk of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, require alternative assisted reproduction strategies, such as in vitro maturation (IVM). There is aneed to improve IVM conditions for human assisted reproduction. The addition of oocyte-secreted factors (OSFs) to IVM medium has shown potential to improve the developmental competence of oocytes in different animal models. The aim of this project is to characterize the meiotic competence of human oocytes following supplementation of IVM with novel OSF, Cumulin5 (heterodimer of GDF-9 and BMP-15); (2) To assess the quality of resulting oocytes at the molecular level. Genome-wide methylation maps and transcriptomic profiles will allow marker identification for use in future optimization studies to select culture protocols with minimal epigenetic interference.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Developmental biology, molecular biology, bioinformatics

Organisation/Institute: VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT BRUSSEL, BELGIUM

Website: http://www.brusselsivf.be/fobi

 

Project 14: Translational research for developing ART for endangered mammals

Scientist(s)-in-charge: Prof T Hildebrandt, Leipzig Zoo, Enrolment in FUB.

PROJECT: The family Rhinocerotidae is under grave threat of extinction; three of the five extant species are listed as critically endangered (Sumatran, Javan, and Black Rhinoceros). Female individuals of the rhino species develop severe reproductive pathologies if they do not get pregnant. The loss of uterine integrity combined with pregnancy failure precedes deterioration of oocyte quality, ART offers a window of opportunity to rescue the genetic resources of critically endangered rhinos by transferring IVP embryos into related or subspecies healthy surrogates. The aim of this project is to develop novel ART strategies that can be translated into practical conservation tools, serving as a blue print for saving critically endangered mammalian species from extinction.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Developmental biology, molecular biology, bioinformatics

Organisation/Institute: Leibniz Instiute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (IZW), ENROLEMENT FORSCHUNGSVERBUND BERLIN EV, GERMANY.

Website: http://www.izw-berlin.de

 

Project 15: Optimizing conditions for freezing and transplantation of human ovarian tissue

Scientist(s)-in-charge Prof Claus Yding Andersen, RegionH, Rigshospitalet, Denmark

PROJECT: Transplantation of thawed ovarian tissue is currently the only available fertility preserving option for pre-pubertal girls and young women who cannot delay gonadotoxic treatment. However, almost 70% of follicles do not survive post transplantationand pregnancy rates are low. Antioxidants, have been shown to reduce oxidative stress. The aim of this project is to identify the most effective antioxidant, the dosage and optimum stage of administration including transplantation of ovarian tissue in an immune privileged environment, during short and longterm xenotransplantation, required to enhance follicle function and survival in frozen-thawed ovarian tissue after transplantation to restore fertility.

Job Detail

Type of Contract: Temporary (36 months); Status: Full-time (40 hours/week)

Specific Requirements for the project: Developmental biology, molecular biology, bioinformatics

Organisation/Institute: Fertility Department, REGION HOVEDSTADEN, Copenhagen, Denmark

Website: https://www.rigshospitalet.dk

 

How to apply

Interested candidates are invited to apply for these positions by submitting a current copy of their CV and cover letter to eurovaetn@ucd.ie. If you are interested in applying for more than one position, please rank the projects in order of preference. Closing date for applications is November 15th 2019.

Benefits

Training

The EUROVAtraining programme will train a community of oocyte biologists working to integrate a wide spectrum of knowledge, technical expertise, data, platforms and technologies across several species and ultimately advance innovation in this field of research. The 15 ESRs will be registered to a full-time, three-year, structured doctoral programme at leading European academic institutions. The highly qualified network of international research-intensive academic and industrial organisations and the incorporation of carefully planned secondments will ensure that the training of each of the 15 ESRs will equip its ESRs with appropriate scientific and transferable skills. Scientific training will be supplemented with workshops devoted to academia/industry collaboration, dissemination and public engagement, as well as the maintenance of a successful research environment. ESRs will meet other ESRs involved in the program during the network meetings, secondments and international meetings.

 

Employment

The successful candidates will be employees of the beneficiary’s institutions, with a contract period of 36 or 48 months, depending on the length of the PhD program at the hosting institute. The position is funded by a Marie Curie Initial Training Network initiative. The successful candidates will receive an attractive salary in accordance with the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) regulations for early stage researchers. The exact salary will be confirmed upon appointment and is dependent on the country correction coefficients (to allow for the difference in cost of living in different EU Member States) as well as applicable regulations. Basic gross rates include a living allowance subject to taxes, social security, employee and employer pension contributions), a mobility allowance and a family allowance. Envisaged job Starting Date: between December 1st 2019 and June 1st 2020.

Eligibility criteria

Candidates must have not been awarded a doctoral degree. Candidates must have excellent proficiency in written and spoken English (at least level B2) and fulfil the specific University recruitment criteria of each position. Candidates can be of any nationality but need to demonstrate mobility in terms of moving from one country to another when taking up their appointment. Importantly, candidates must not have resided or carried out their activities - work, studies, etc.- in the country of their host organization for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before December 1st 2019.

Selection process

How to apply :Interested candidates are invited to apply for these positions by submitting a current copy of their CV and cover letter to eurovaetn@ucd.ie. If you are interested in applying for more than one position, please rank the projects in order of preference. Closing date for applications is November 15th 2019.

First selection step :CV’s will be evaluated by the foreseen local supervisors. Numerical scores will be awarded for grading criteria such as relevant studies and experience, study marks, motivation and reference letters.

Second selection step: Prospective Supervisors (PIs) will have face-to-face or web-based video interviews with candidates. Scoring will be according to background knowledge, dedication, and motivation, based on a semi-quantitative scale. PIs will rank preferred candidates for their project.

Final decisions on the selection of candidates will be made by the primary supervisor and will be finalized during a tele-conference meeting with all PIs. In case of equal-scoring candidates, preference will be given to women and researchers with refugee status (provided they have or are able to obtain work permits).

Additional comments

Positions are open from December 1st 2019, until the positions are filled (at the latest June 1st 2020) and ESRs will be based in Ireland, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Belgium, Denmark, Germany or Italy.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

EUROVA-ETN will process data collected from the applicants for recruitment purposes only, according to the GDPR policies. The data will be kept for a period of five years after the end of the project for the purpose of an audit by the EU.

Offer Requirements

  • REQUIRED LANGUAGES
    ENGLISH: Good

Skills/Qualifications

Candidates

We are looking for talented and highly motivated early career researchers educated in biology, biochemistry, computer science, biochemical engineering or related subjects and experience in cellular biology, artificial intelligence, biochemistry. Applicants should possess scientific curiosity, a strong work ethic and the capacity to teamwork in an interdisciplinary environment. Positions are open from December 1st 2019, until the positions are filled (at the latest June 1st 2020) and ESRs will be based in the Ireland, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Belgium, Denmark, Germany or Italy.

 

 

Specific Requirements

Candidates can be of any nationality but need to demonstrate mobility in terms of moving from one country to another when taking up their appointment.

Candidates must have excellent proficiency in written and spoken English (at least level B2) and fulfil the specific University recruitment criteria of each position.

Candidates must have not been awarded a doctoral degree and must be eligible to enrol on a PhD programme at the host institution (or at a designated university in case the host institution is a non-academic organisation).

In addition:

H2020 MSCA Mobility Rule: researchers must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in the country of the host organisation (Belgium) for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before the recruitment date. Compulsory national service, short stays such as holidays, and time spent as part of a procedure for obtaining refugee status are not taken into account.

H2020 MSCA eligibility criteria: Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) must, at the date of recruitment by the host organisation, be in the first four years (full-time equivalent research experience) of their research careers and have not been awarded a doctoral degree. Full-Time Equivalent Research Experience is measured from the date when the researcher obtained the degree entitling him/her to embark on a doctorate (either in the country in which the degree was obtained or in the country in which the researcher is recruited, even if a doctorate was never started or envisaged).

Work location(s)
15 position(s) available at
Institutions across Europe in the EUROVA ITN network
Ireland
Dublin
2 position(s) available at
University College Dublin
Ireland
Dublin
Belfield
2 position(s) available at
UNIVERSITA DEGLI STUDI DI MILANO
Italy
Milan
2 position(s) available at
Vrie Universitet of Belgium
Belgium
Brussels
1 position(s) available at
Babraham Institute
United Kingdom
Cambridge
2 position(s) available at
Clinic Eugin
Spain
Barcelona
2 position(s) available at
University of Gent
Belgium
Gent
1 position(s) available at
Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior De Investigaciones (CSIC)
Spain
Barcelona
1 position(s) available at
Cherry Biotech
France
Rennes
1 position(s) available at
Leibniz Instiute for Zoo and Wildlife Research
Germany
Leibniz
1 position(s) available at
Fertility Department, REGION HOVEDSTADEN
Denmark
Copenhagen

EURAXESS offer ID: 428793

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