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Novo Nordisk Foundation Scholarships 2015

Novo Nordisk Foundation Grant for Clinical Nursing Research, Denmark 2013

Novo Nordisk Foundation awards grants to support research activities within clinical nursing research. The main applicant must be a nurse. Grants may fund an entire project or a clearly defined part of a major project. The project may for example, be in connection with a PhD training programme or postdoc training for nurses. Applicants can apply for funding to cover operational expenses including student assistance, development of new...

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2012 Grants for Medical and Natural Science Research, Denmark

Grants are available to projects in Denmark, primarily within the fields of basic biomedical research, translational research and clinical research. Grants are available for equipment, consumables, and salaries for post-docs and technical assistance but not for PhD students. Funding for up to three years can be applied for. If funding is granted for more than one year, additional funding will not be given as long as the grant is...

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PhD Stipend in Expression and Purification of Human Proteins of Medical Relevance, Denmark

The production of recombinant proteins (r-proteins) has been an important technology over the last twenty years with the one main focus being on biopharmaceutical products with medical applications. Most r-proteins in this category are complex molecules that need to be post-translationally modified for full bioactivity. As such modifications are only accurately performed by mammalian cells, they have become the major host for complex...

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Postdoctoral Position in MS-based Proteomics at University of Copenhagen, Denmark

The ideal candidate should be able to conduct independent and creative research, demonstrate scientific productivity, and show good interpersonal and communication skills. The postdoctoral fellow will work in the Department of Proteomics together with Associate Professor Michael L. Nielsen. The group aims at developing novel proteomic approaches for quantitative proteome analysis, global and unbiased identification of...

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Postdoctoral Position in MS-based Glycoproteomics at University of Copenhagen, Denmark 2011

The ideal candidate should be able to conduct independent and creative research, demonstrate scientific productivity, and show good interpersonal and communication skills. The postdoctoral fellow will work in the Department of Proteomics together with Professor Jesper V. Olsen. The group aims at developing quantitative proteomics techniques for global analysis of post-translational modifications (PTMs) in a cell culture and animal...

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