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25 Postdoctoral Fellowships at University of Copenhagen, Denmark

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Are you holding PhD degree and looking for Postdoctoral Fellowships? University of Copenhagen, Denmark invites multiple online application for Postdoctoral Fellowships in various research areas. Candidates interested in Postdoctoral Fellowships can check the details and may apply as soon as possible.

1. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Biochar is produced from biomass in a process called pyrolysis, and the carbon it contains remains stable in the soil for hundreds of years. Biochar soil amendment is one of the few technologies that can sequester carbon in large quantities. However, there are also a range of other potential benefits of biochar: 1) production of renewable energy, 2) biochar can reduce emissions of the potent greenhouse gas nitrous oxide (N2O) and may reduce nitrate leaching, and 3) biochar can improve soil physical properties, helping to increase crop productivity and reduce nutrient losses and pesticide leaching.

Application Deadline: 15-08-2023

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2. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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The postdoc should be a political theorist broadly conceived (incl. political philosophy, political science, political sociology, and political psychology) who is working on nationalism and theories of nationhood and/or political identity and identification. During employment, the candidate should engage with the following set of questions: What is involved in coming to experience oneself as a member of a political community or as part of a national we? What factors allow for the constitution of a transgenerational we? What ensures social cohesion among members of a national community or group solidarity within political communities? To what extent does the recognition of or conflict with outgroup members influence oneā€™s political identification or reinforce ingroup solidarity?

Application Deadline: 15-08-2023

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3. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

You will be part of multiple ongoing projects that are all centered around family and sexual health. You will primarily work on projects related to divorce. These projects include examining the long-term effects of a digital post-divorce intervention in terms of utilization of the health care system (in collaboration with the Rockwool Foundation) and testing of a new digital intervention for children of divorce and relationship dissolution. Additionally, you may have the opportunity to work on projects that investigate the effects of having a child with a psychiatric diagnosis on parental mental health and PTSD symptomology (in collaboration with Deakin University). There will also be the potential to contribute to the development and design of new projects related to intimate partner violence and sexual functioning and distress in couples.

Application Deadline: 15-08-2023

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4. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

We invite highly qualified, thorough and motivated applicants to apply for the position. The postdoc will engage in a collaboration that aims to study the intra- and intergenerational health and labour market implications and costs of divorce among families in Denmark. The postdoc will develop novel statistical methods and apply these to register and RCT data to investigate heterogeneity in effects of divorces and investigate whether subgroups are especially adversely affected by divorce. Specifically, the project aims to develop methods for inference on key features of the heterogeneous effects, to estimate characteristics and differences of the most and least impacted groups, and to data-adaptively identify key drivers of treatment effect heterogeneity. The successful candidate will be responsible for methods development, designing proof of concept simulation studies and carrying out the data analyses. The Postdoc is encouraged and expected to drive the ideas and solutions within these topics.

Application Deadline: 06-08-2023

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5. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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A Postdoc position for 3 years is available in the group of Jakub Sedzinski at reNEW. The team studies the general principles underlying epithelial homeostasis. Particularly, the team wants to determine both the mechanics and molecular regulation of the mucociliary epithelial cell development and renewal from stem cells hoping to provide new insights into treatment of epithelial pathologies associated with defective tissue homeostasis, such as asthma, colitis, and most common epithelial tumors, or carcinomas.

Application Deadline: 01-08-2023

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6. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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The main duty of the position is to manage and operate our pilot plant facilities within mainly dairy and food processing. The pilot plant facilities are used for research and teaching. The appointed candidate is expected to take part in the daily operation, coordination, and planning of the use of the facilities as well as provide practical introduction, instruction and support to researchers and students in dairy and food processing. The successful candidate should have a strong technical background and should be able to undertake basic maintenance and troubleshooting of the pilot plant.

Application Deadline: 31-07-2023

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7. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The larger project develops and tests a new theory of basic cognitive selection mechanisms by combining methods and perspectives from experimental psychology, cognitive neuroscience, mathematical modelling, and philosophy. The core idea is that selection in cognition may be understood as a biased competition between representations in a stochastic race (GrĆ¼nbaum, Oren, & KyllingsbƦk, 2021). In a series of experiments, we have consistently shown that tasks-sets are competing biased by their importance and that this selection process is severely capacity limited. We will extend our new experimental procedures and mathematical models to the study of selection in planning and problem-solving. If our conjecture is true, higher-order cognitive processes like task selection, planning, and problem-solving depend on the same type of selection.

Application Deadline: 31-07-2023

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8. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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The postdoc should be a philosopher with expertise in philosophy of science or philosophy of psychology broadly conceived (incl. relevant epistemology, confirmation theory, philosophy of statistics, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of the cognitive sciences). During the employment, the candidate is expected to engage with issues concerning how best to understand the relationship between theorising, the prior probability of the experimental hypothesis, and low replication rates of experimental findings. To what extent do low rates of replication of experimental findings depend on ambiguous and poorly formalized theories? Relying on Bayesian statistics and confirmation theory, is it possible to increase replication rates of experiments by developing strong mathematical theories of cognitive processes?

Application Deadline: 31-07-2023

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9. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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You will be part of the interdisciplinary research group Cognition, Intention and Action (CoInAct) at the Department of Psychology. The overall purpose of the CoInAct group is to understand the interplay between movement, actions and cognition. We study basic action neuroscience and higher order cognitive functions in humans. CoInAct brings together researchers from different disciplines ā€“ including philosophy, psychology and human neuroscience ā€“ with a common interest in understanding human cognition and action. In general, we aim to improve understanding of the psychological, philosophical and neural foundations of human cognition, action, and movement, and to foster interdisciplinary collaboration between scientists and students interested in these research areas.

Application Deadline: 31-08-2023

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10. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

We are looking for a talented postdoctoral researcher to be the driving force of a project initiated through the Green Transition national initiative. The project aims to identify saccharide derivatives which could be produced from biomass and are suitable as plasticizers in starch-based bioplastics. In the project, most of these derivatives will be made in small scale through enzymatic reactions, in order to provide structure-function relationships in terms of their possible application as plasticizers. The project will be carried out in the group of Prof. Lo Leggio (leila@chem.ku.dk) at the Department of Chemistry, who has many years of expertise in the structure and function of carbohydrate modifying enzymes.

Application Deadline: 17-07-2023

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11. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

Biomolecular self-assembly is a key process in physics and chemistry and rules the correct functioning of living systems. In addition, many of the most prevalent human neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimers and Parkinsons, are characterised by the presence of so-called amyloid aggregates in the brain, which are the result of protein self-assembly. The project aims to develop theoretical models for the advanced and quantitative evaluation of experimental data, both related to protein self-assembly and phase separation. The project is funded by the Villum Fonden to Associate Professor Vito FoderĆ .

Application Deadline: 16-07-2023

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12. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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The project will focus on a project in biostatistics, specifically in two subprojects (Causal estimation and optimal treatment targeting with and without identification of the causal effect of interest). The project aims to develop methods and software that allow for the bounding and or targeting of optimal personalized treatment and the estimation of effects under such treatment decisions. The Postdoc will work on three overarching topics and is encouraged and expected to drive the ideas and solutions within these topics, but also potentially other topics selected and driven by the postdoc:

Application Deadline: 05-07-2023

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13. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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You will be member of the Regenberg and Gorodkin research teams (Regenberg Lab; Computational Biology and Bioinformatics group). We explore the biology of circular DNA in eukaryotic systems taking advantage of our highly sensitive methods for detection and analysis of circular DNA in yeast, animals, and human cancer from whole genome data. You will be working in close contact with other scientists in bioinformatics, and experimentalists that purify, sequence and analyze the circular DNA in thousands of plasma and tumors of cancer patients. We offer an exciting international work environment in our renowned teams with ample opportunity to develop a strong scientific career. The project will be carried out at the Section for Ecology and Evolution, Department of Biology and with Professor Jan Gorodkin, Computational Biology and Bioinformatics group at Department of Veterinary and animal Sciences, University of Copenhagen.

Application Deadline: 02-07-2023

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14. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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The position is funded by a Villum Young Investigator research grant and a Revive&Restore/Morris Animal Foundation grant to Assistant Professor Josefin Stiller. The postdoc will work on two projects. The first project involves a large-scale genomic dataset of hundreds of whole genomes of Syngnathiformes that our lab is generation, on which the postdoc will perform phylogenomic analyses to understand the evolutionary relationships and the sources of phylogenetic incongruence. These phylogenetic insights will be important for ongoing comparative genomics analyses on this dataset. Secondly, the postdoc will lead a conservation genomic project that aims to investigate connectivity, adaptive potential, and genetic diversity of leafy and common seadragons using whole genome resequencing for ca. 200 individuals. The goal is to develop a conservation genomic assessment of the population genetic health of these two species to inform conservation stakeholders in Australia.

Application Deadline: 02-07-2023

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15. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The position is part of an externally funded project Purchase Power ā€“ SPP through private law enforcement (PURPLE) PurpLE aims to analyse EU and national public procurement laws from various national contract law perspectives. That is since the goals of public procurement are embedded in the public contracts, which are often regulated by contract law. Consequently, the latter implements public procurement aims and therefore affects if and how e.g. sustainable procurement goals are achieved.

Application Deadline: 02-07-2023

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16. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

As a postdoc in CCU, you will work in close collaboration with researchers at the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Basic Research. You will be part of an ambitious interdisciplinary team developing drug candidates, while you will be working on in vivo proof of concept studies using in-house developed pharmacological tool compounds and drug leads. These are used to characterize and validate the physiological role of the G protein-coupled receptor 39 (GPR39) in diabetes, Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD) and alcoholic liver disease (ALD).

Application Deadline: 02-07-2023

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17. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

This research area focuses on the contemporary and historical role of research-led museums like Medical Museion. How do they now position themselves between the ā€˜ivory towerā€™ of academic research and the public realm of a cultural venue? How has that role evolved; and how can such an institution today be most effective at involving and listening to interest groups and the general public, as well as disseminating scientific knowledge and its social/cultural contexts? And how is this sort of work done similarly, but differently in different international contexts.

Application Deadline: 02-07-2023

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18. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Merino Group is part of a vibrant international research community of computational biologists, statistical geneticists, experimentalists, and clinical translational scientists dedicated to understanding the genetic and environmental complexity of obesity, diabetes, and cardiometabolic diseases. The ability to integrate multidisciplinary skills, techniques, and methods enable us to address key questions at a deeper and more impactful level with the ultimate goal of generating actionable knowledge to inform more effective obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular prevention and treatment strategies. Our work stands at the forefront of human metabolic diseases, and being member of our group will provide the opportunity to contribute to the large efforts in the field of genomics and human metabolic diseases.

Application Deadline: 02-07-2023

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19. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The Guasch group is part of the Section of Epidemiology, Department of Public Health, and works closely with researchers at CBMR. The Guasch group focuses on investigating the role of dietary and lifestyle factors in cardiovascular diseases and type 2 diabetes and integrating -omics data to identify potential biomarkers of disease and improve our understanding of molecular mechanisms. You

Application Deadline: 02-07-2023

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20. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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The goal of the Moritz Group is to use metabolomics and fluxomics approaches to study the role of metabolites and lipids in metabolism. By using mass spectrometry-based methods we can screen for 100s to 1000s compounds or target specific compounds in different biological systems. We hope to able to uncover the basic role of metabolites in metabolism and their role in developing cardiometabolic diseases. The research is interdisciplinary and involves close collaboration with research groups at CBMR, international groups and the CBMR metabolomics platform. The group strives to work as a team, with members of both genders and from different nationalities.

Application Deadline: 02-07-2023

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21. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

This project is a highly collaborative and interdisciplinary project with researchers based at the Brigham Womenā€™s Hospital/Harvard Uni, US and DeLille University, France. Your tasks will be to work together with a trained electrophysiologist to perform patch-seq on acute brain slices from pigs and mice. You will help to maintain the mouse colony for experiments. You will help to generate cDNA libraries, and process smart-seq datasets using bioinformatic pipelines from single cell nuclei. You will generate probes for Merfish to study gene expression in the entorhinal cortex. As part of the postdoc, you will travel to the US for a short stay to learn and perform Merfish. You will also study extracellular signalling in neural/brain slice cultures from the entorhinal cortex using multi-electrode arrays.

Application Deadline: 01-07-2023

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22. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

Summary of Postdoctoral Fellowship:

The successful candidate will work as part of a project entitled ā€œThe role of infantsā€™ emerging self-perspective in memory developmentā€ funded by the Danish Independent Research Fund (DFF), under the supervision of PI Dr. Dora Kampis. The longitudinal project will investigate the emerging understanding of self-other perspective and its role in episodic/source memory development.

Application Deadline: 01-07-2023

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23. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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The objective of project CLASSICA is to clinically validate a novel AI-guided intraoperative decision support technology in the surgical care of cancer patients, across several clinics, surgical teams and countries. The project delivers full clinical validation, including inter-clinic generalisation, biopsy optimisation and guided resection of this welldefined, specific patient cohort and, by doing so, establishes the clinical, legal and ethical precedent for AI support in surgical operations more broadly including use case considerations for both locked and unlocked systems based on surgical video acquisition, aggregation and analysis.

Application Deadline: 30-06-2023

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24. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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Applicants are expected to have an excellent knowledge and strong research background in modern developments in gravity, field theory, holography and string theory. It is an advantage if the applicant has interest/experience in topics related to Carrollian physics, black holes and non-Lorentzian geometries. The postdocā€™s duties will include research within the area described above as well as some contributions to teaching. The post may also include performance of other duties.

Application Deadline: 25-06-2023

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25. Postdoctoral PositionĀ 

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We are looking for a highly motivated and dynamic postdoc for a 3-year position, that will join an international team focusing on signalling. The postdoc is expected to start 1 November 2023 or after agreement. The postdoc will be heading a project to develop novel methods to functionally interrogate phosphorylation sites in cells using pooled lentiviral base editing screens.

Application Deadline: 23-06-2023

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