Postdoctoral Fellowship at United Arab Emirates University: (Deadline 30 November 2020)
The Department of Genetics and Genomics at the College of Medicine and Health Sciences, United Arab Emirates University calls application for Postdoctoral Fellowship. The positions aim to
Elucidate the molecular and cellular mechanisms of human conditions including Mendelian disorders, and cancer.
This Postdoctoral Fellowship at United Arab Emirates University is supported by a grant from the United Arab Emirates University for three years. Salary is tax-free and is in the range of 11,000-13,000 UAE Dirhams per month, commensurate with training and experience. Interested candidates should submit electronically their curriculum vitae; a brief summary of research goals and names of at least three referees to the UAEU careers website. Develop novel biomarkers & therapeutics. Further information can be found on the College of Medicine and Health Sciences web site (https://cmhs.uaeu.ac.ae/en/index.shtml).
- The successful candidate should have at least a Ph.D. degree in a biomedical sciences or bioinformatics
- Extensive research experience in more than one of the following research areas: molecular biology, bioinformatics, biochemical Genetics, cell biology, genomics, human molecular genetics or protein chemistry.
The United Arab Emirates University is continuously ranked as the top university in the United Arab Emirates and the 4th in the GCC. Overall, the university is ranked as the 5th in the Arab region, the 329th in the world in the 2018/2019 QS World University Rankings. The 2011/12 QS World University Rankings placed UAEU among the Top 50 Under 50; i.e., among the top 50 world universities that were founded within the past 50 years, is ranked number 48.
Students come from all seven Emirates and more than 64 other countries. 6,696 students live on campus. In 2014 enrolled international students constituted 25% of the total enrolled students.