|CCL 23.02.14 Computational drug design PhD student, University of Copenhagen, Denmark|
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Subject: 23.02.14 Computational drug design PhD student, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Computational drug design PhD student, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Computational drug design PhD student at the Department of Drug Design and Pharmacology, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen
We are looking for a 3-year PhD student to conduct computational drug design also referred to as computational chemistry or molecular modelling. Upon agreement with the employer, the PhD may be prolonged with two years of postdoc. The starting date is flexible May 1st 2023 or later (flexible).
The position is part of a DKK 35M Collaborative Project aiming to develop data-driven design tools to improve treatment of schizophrenia and drug addiction ( https://lundbeckfonden.com/en/datadrevne-designvaerktoejer-skal-forbedre-behandling-skizofreni-afhaengighed ). The project runs in close collaboration with Amy H. Newman (medicinal chemistry), Bryan Roth (in vitro pharmacology) and Ulrik Gether (neuropharmacology). Ultimately, your probes will help uncover the molecular mechanisms to target therapeutic over adverse effects in schizophrenia and drug addiction.
Career development within research and education is part of the position. The candidate can gain relevant teaching experience (10% of the time), which will support the development of a relevant teaching track record and portfolio.
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Terms of employment
The employment is conditioned upon the applicant's successful enrolment as a PhD student at the Graduate School at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen. This requires submission and acceptance of an application for the specific project to the Graduate School of Health and Medical Sciences.
The PhD study must be completed in accordance with The Ministerial Order on the PhD programme (2013) and the Faculty's rules on achieving the degree.
The PhD student is expected to be affiliated to the graduate programme in pharmaceutical sciences, Drug Research Academy.
Currently, the monthly salary starts at DKK 28,400 / approx. EUR 3,780 (October 2022-level). Depending on qualifications, a supplement may be negotiated. The employer will pay an additional 17.1% to a pension fund.
The position is covered by the Memorandum on Job Structure for Academic Staff at the Universities of January 2020.
General information about PhD studies at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences is available at the Graduate School's website: https://healthsciences.ku.dk/phd/guidelines/
For more information on working and living in Denmark: https://ism.ku.dk/, and http://www.workingconditions.ku.dk
As a prerequisite for a PhD employment, your master's degree must be equivalent to a Danish master's degree. We encourage you to read more in the assessment database: https://ufm.dk/en/education/recognition-and-transparency/find-assessments/assessment-database . Please note that we might ask you to obtain an assessment of your education performed by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science
Application deadline: 28 February 2023, 23.59pm CET We reserve the right not to consider material received after the deadline, and not to consider applications that do not live up to the abovementioned requirements.
The further process
You can read about the recruitment process at http://employment.ku.dk/faculty/recruitment-process/
The applicant will be assessed according to the Ministerial Order no. 242 of 13 March 2012 on the Appointment of Academic Staff at Universities.
Interviews are expected to be held within a month after the application deadline.
If interested, please apply for position on line at https://candidate.hr-manager.net/ApplicationInit.aspx?cid=1307&ProjectId=158443&DepartmentId=19218&MediaId=4638
University of Copenhagen and Denmark Founded in 1479, the University of Copenhagen is the oldest university in Denmark. With 37,000 students and 9,000 employees, it is among the largest universities in Scandinavia and one of the highest ranking in Europe. The University consists of six faculties, which cover Health and Medical Sciences, Humanities, Law, Science, Social Sciences and Theology. Read more at www.sund.ku.dk and www.drug.ku.dk .
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The University of Copenhagen wish to reflect the diversity of society and encourage all qualified candidates to apply regardless of personal background.
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