ORGLIST:Post-doctoral and Faculty Positions in the University of Athens

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From: Thanasis Gimisis (gimisis$##$chem.uoa.gr)
Date: Wed Jul 21 2004 - 04:50:50 EDT


(1) Postdoctoral Position in Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Research position, forming part
of the EC RTN network:
"Selective Formation and Biochemistry of Oxidative DNA
Damage" (http://clustoxdna.chem.uoa.gr/)
(http://mc-opportunities.cordis.lu/show-PRJ.cfm?obj_id=4494)
This Network, which comprises 8
<http://clustoxdna.chem.uoa.gr/particip.html>institutions in 7 countries,
is dedicated to understand, at the cellular / biochemical / chemical level,
the potential for oxidatively induced clustered DNA damage, i.e. multiple
DNA lesions formed within about one helical turn of the DNA, and tandem
lesions, to compromise the cell's ability to maintain the stability of the
genome.
The successful candidate will be expected to possess a strong expertise in
synthetic organic chemistry. Experience in the chemistry of modified
nucleosides and oligonucleotides will be highly desirable although not
necessary. S/he will be working at the Athens node in close interaction
with the Bologna, Valencia and Grenoble nodes.

The position is available starting Fall 2004. The post will be for a period
of one year with the possibility of extension for another 1-2 years subject
to performance and availability of funding. It is only open to nationals of
a European Union country or an Associated State, or to a candidate who, at
appointment, would have been residing in the Community for at least the
previous 5 years. Owing to RTN rules, nationals of Greece are not eligible
to apply, applicants should be aged 35 or under, and should not have been
resident in the country where they propose to start work (Greece) for more
than 12 months in the two years before the start of the post. In addition,
a PhD and background in synthetic organic chemistry are essential.
The salary will be paid in accordance with local regulations on the scale
of ~50.000 euro per annum (gross sum) with the net amount being around
50-70 % of that amount depending on family status and cross-national
regulations.
Applications should be e-mailed (gimisis$##$chem.uoa.gr) and should include a
full CV, publication list, summary of current research interests and the
names and addresses of three referees. Deadline: 12/2004.

(2) Postdoctoral Position in Synthetic Organic Chemistry

Expresses of Interest are invited for an application for a Postdoctoral
Research position through the program "Pythagoras"
(http://www.epeaek.gr/epeaek/jsp/el/search_details.jsp?id=445) financed by
the Greek Ministry of Education and the European Community. The successful
candidate will be expected to possess a strong expertise in synthetic
organic chemistry and will be required to teach graduate courses in Greek.

The position, following a positive evaluation, will be available towards
the end of Fall 2004. The post will be for a period of 30 months. It is
only open to Greek speaking researchers that have completed or are about to
complete their PhD studies. In addition, a strong background in synthetic
organic chemistry is essential.
The salary will be paid in accordance with local regulations on the scale
of ~18000 euro per annum (gross sum).
Expresses of Interest should be e-mailed (gimisis$##$chem.uoa.gr) and should
include a full CV, publication list, summary of current research interests
and the names and addresses of three referees. Deadline September 31st 2004.

(3) Faculty Positions in Inorganic Chemistry

Two (2) new tenure track positions in the Inorganic Chemistry Section of
the Department of Chemistry in the University of Athensare are open at the
level of Lecturer under the general subject of "Inorganic Chemistry". The
successful candidate will be required to teach undergraduate and graduate
courses in Greek. The position is open to Greek speaking researchers that
have completed their PhD studies in a related field and probably have
gained post doctoral experience. For more information read the
corresponding FEK (http://www.et.gr/docs/OF0L/B/HAD7MI2.pdf) or contact the
Department's secretary at +30210 727 4341. Deadline: September 6th, 2004.

Dr Thanasis Gimisis
Assistant Professor
Organic Chemistry Laboratory
Department of Chemistry
University of Athens
15771 Panepistimiopolis
Athens Greece
Tel 30210 7274928
Fax 30210 7274761

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