PhD Position in Molecular Host: The Fish Health Division at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Vienna, Austria, has an immediate opening for a fully funded Ph.D. position in the field of molecular host-parasite interaction and fish immunology. The position is available for a duration of 3.5 years. Research at the Fish Health Division aims to enhance fish welfare, develop antiparasitic strategies, and create vaccines to support fish as a food source and increase sustainable global food production through aquaculture. The division’s laboratory specializes in studying a distinct clade of caldarian parasites known as Myxozoa, with a focus on innovating in the fields of parasitology and immunology.
Designation: Ph.D. Candidate
Research Area: Molecular Host-Parasite Interaction, Fish Immunology, Parasitology, Immunology
Location: University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, Austria
- Diploma/MSc. in life sciences, veterinary or human medicine, with disciplinary expertise.
- Specific experience in molecular biology methods, data science, or immunology.
- Proven research participation in the past.
- Highly motivated with excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Knowledge of statistics, quantitative data analyses, or bioinformatics methods is a plus.
PhD Position in Molecular Host-Parasite Interaction and Fish Immunology
- Join an international team to investigate host-pathogen interactions using innovative laboratory tools and unique laboratory systems.
- Contribute to cutting-edge research in the fields of molecular host-parasite interaction and fish immunology.
- Collaborate with experts in the field to advance our understanding of host-parasite relationships.
- Work on research projects focused on enhancing fish welfare and developing antiparasitic strategies.
How to Apply: Interested candidates should prepare the following documents in a single PDF file and send them via email to email@example.com with the reference number 2023/0286:
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Two academic contacts for references
- Cover letter containing a personal statement demonstrating your passion for the subject, reasons for pursuing a Ph.D., personal motivations, relevant extracurricular activities, and previous team-working experience.
Last Date for Apply: The application deadline is September 30, 2023.
Join the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna, an internationally renowned center of excellence for teaching and research, and contribute to groundbreaking research in molecular host-parasite interactions and fish immunology. Vienna is a hub of scientific innovation with top partnering institutions, providing a dynamic research environment.