PhD Fellowship in Molecular Mechanics Of The Cardiovascular System
Former FPI program
The Molecular Mechanics Of The Cardiovascular System Laboratory led by Jorge Alegre-Cebollada, at the National Institute of Cardiovascular Research – CNIC, in Madrid, Spain, offers a PhD Fellowship for a highly motivated and enthusiastic candidate.
We study the role of protein unfolding and refolding, and their regulation, in the mechanics of cardiac muscle in health and disease, by combining the latest single-molecule manipulation techniques (Atomic Force Microscopy and Magnetic Tweezers), protein biochemistry and animal models.
How to apply
We welcome candidates that are interested in a multidisciplinary approach to science, independently of their background. Interested candidates should be holding a Master degree by september-december 2018 and can contact us by sending a single PDF file including a motivation letter, a CV and the e-mail addresses of potential references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CNIC is the leading cardiovascular research institute in Spain. For more information about CNIC’s predoctoral program, please visit https://www.cnic.es/en/convocatoria/predoctoral-program.
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