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PostDoc position in Renal and Cardiovascular Physiology in Spain

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Originally From: Schiniotakis Constantin <>

Here follows an announce of the faculty of Medecine of Murcia (Spain). The post offered as financed by European Community programs must be occupied by a person of an European Union country except Spain.

Depto. Fisiologia of the Fac. Medicina at Murcia (Spain) proposes a postdoctoral student position in Renal and Cardiovascular Physiology. A Training and Mobility Research grant should be obtained from the European Union. The student will work on the Control of Blood Pressure by Renal and Systemic Hormones (renin-angiotensin system, nitric oxide, endothelin, prostaglandins,...). Interest will be directed to the study of the way these hormones interact with each other to modify pressure diuresis and natriuresis and therefore, blood pressure.

Stay of 1-3 years in the Departamento de Fisiologia of the Universidad de Murcia (Spain).

The candidate must originate from an European Union country and justify of University Degrees in Medicine, Biology, or Pharmacy. Postdoctoral status. At least 1-3 publications in peer-reviewed journals.

For more informations please contact
Joaquin Garcia-Estan
Depto. Fisiologia
Fac. Medicina
30100 Murcia

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