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Research positions in Molecular Virology at Pasteur Institute, Athens

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From: "HR-Net News Distribution Manager" <dist@hri.org>

Originally From: Penelope Mavromara <penelopm@hol.gr>

Applications are invited for one predoctoral and one postdoctoral research position in the Molecular Virology Laboratory (http://www.hri.org/hsv/hpimv.html) of the Hellenic Pasteur Institute (http://www.pasteur.gr/).

Research will focus on the development of novel safe vaccines for HCV based on new generation amplicons and other defective HSV-1 derived vectors as foreign antigen delivery systems, in the context of an EU-funded network (Quality of Life & Management of Living Resources).

Positions start March 1st or thereafter, are funded for three years and can be extended depending on the progress of the project. Applicants should be holders of biomedical or medical degrees, and should ideally have previous experience with basic molecular biology and cell culture techniques. Please submit a Curriculum Vitae with names and addresses of three references to:

Penelope Mavromara, Ph.D.
Head, Molecular Virology Laboratory
Hellenic Pasteur Institute
127 Vas. Sofias Ave.
Athens GR-115 21
Greece
Tel: (+30+1) 647.8877
Fax: (+30+1) 642.3498
email: penelopm@hol.gr


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