The Laboratory of Chemical Analysis, Department of Veterinary Public Health and Food Safety (DI06) aims to recruit a motivated PhD student with analytical interest, skills and/or knowledge to perform dedicated international research related to giant panda reproduction.
Degree: Master in Veterinary sciences, Biological Sciences of equivalent
Profile of the candidate:
Students graduating in July 2017 are encouraged to apply. No concrete work experience is required, however, candidates should at least show interest in analytical techniques (e.g. UHPLC-HRMS) and research in general. You need to prove having obtained the minimal degree of ‘distinction' upon graduation.
Please read further (restricting) guidelines on: www.fwo.be/en/fellowships-funding/phd-fellowships/doctoral-(phd)-grant-strategic-basic-research-(sb)/
Communicative skills (speaking and written language) in English are mandatory.
How to apply:
Send your curriculum vitae, including yearly lists with obtained study credits, and a motivation letter to Jella Wauters (Jella.Wauters_arroba_ugent.be), with prof. dr. Lynn Vanhaecke in cc (Lynn.Vanhaecke_arroba_ugent.be) before the 1st of July 2017.
Candidates will be invited between the 3rd and 7th of July, with final selection shortly after. The selected candidate will apply for an FWO-SB fellowship (see higher), with project deadline 15th of September (and a project defence between October-December 2017).
In case of successful defence, the candidate will be granted with a four-year research budget (including salary and modest bench fee). In case of any questions, please contact Jella Wauters (Jella.Wauters_arroba_ugent.be).