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Subject: permission to post phd position
From: Raquel Vasconcelos <>
Date: Sun, 12 May 2019 15:18:06 +0000
PhD scholarship available to work on zebrafish hearing and aging at the 
University of Saint Joseph, Macao. Topic:” Investigating the mechanisms 
underlying noise-induced hearing loss in the zebrafish model”

Description: The student will rely on the zebrafish model to investigate the 
mechanisms underlying the noise-induced hearing loss. The project implies the 
use of a variety of research methods, such as electrophysiology recordings, 
immunohistochemistry, confocal imaging and gene expression techniques (qPCR, 
Research activities will take place mostly at the USJ science laboratories 
(Macao), but availability to work in other labs abroad (China and/or Portugal) 
is necessary.

Qualifications required: Suitable candidates are those with a background 
(Master degree or equivalent experience) in one of the fields: Biology, 
Medicine, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Environmental Sciences or related 
fields. Laboratory experience in molecular techniques and/or electrophysiology 
is preferable, but training will also be provided.

Conditions: 36 months duration, starting on September 2019; stipend - 12.500 
MOP/month (1564 USD/month). The work will be funded by an FDCT/Macao research 
grant ref n. 046/2018/A2. Participation in international conferences and travel 
expenses will be totally covered by the project funds.
Candidates should send an email with a copy of the CV (English) and a 
motivation letter to the project coordinator Raquel Vasconcelos 
 along with the contacts of 3 potential referees.

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