- [Netherland] PhD researcher: new sampling tools in postmortem redistribution studies at University of Utrecht
- [Germany] Phd/ Doctoral position in Biological sciences at ZMBP Tbingen
- [Ireland] PhD in the Dynamics and Environmental Impact of Sub-surface Peat Fires : UCD, Dublin
PhD researcher: new sampling tools in postmortem redistribution studies at University of Utrecht
Utrecht University, The Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences (IRAS) - PhD researcher: new sampling tools in postmortem redistribution studies (1,0 fte)
Essential in forensic toxicology is the detection and evaluation of postmortem drug concentrations in order to determine the cause of death or contribution to the cause of death in autopsy cases. However, postmortem drug concentrations do not necessarily reflect concentrations at the time of death and may vary according to the drug involved, the sampling site and the time interval between death and sample collection. As a consequence, postmortem drug concentrations are often difficult to interpret. In order to be able to interpret the toxicological analyses, it is essential to compare the results from different sampling sites and investigate the factors influencing these postmortem drug concentrations. For postmortem toxicological analysis, the amount of biological sample is often limited and, more importantly, it is not possible to perform repeated sampling after death without disturbance of the biological system. Therefore, new passive sampling devices will be developed and validated as a new sampling technique to study postmortem kinetics and to estimate concentrations at time of death.
Phd/ Doctoral position in Biological sciences at ZMBP Tübingen
A phD position will be available on 1st of July 2011 within the Dept. of Plant Biochemistry at the Center for Plant Molecular Biology (ZMBP), Eberhard-Karls-University in Tübingen, Germany.
Our research focuses on pathogen perception and host cell-reprogramming by microbial factors in the model plant Arabidopsis. The aim of the project will consist to combine biochemical and molecular approaches to understand the role in planta of Avr2, an effector from Phytophthora infestans, the causal agent of potato late blight.
PhD in the Dynamics and Environmental Impact of Sub-surface Peat Fires : UCD, Dublin
Earth Sciences Institute, University College Dublin
A fully funded PhD opportunity to look at the dynamics of sub-surface peat fires is available as part of the Structured PhD Program of the Earth Sciences Institute, University College Dublin (http://www.ucd.ie/earth). The PhD will be co-supervised by Jon Yearsley (UCD), Guillermo Rein (University of Edinburgh) and Claire Belcher (University of Edinburgh).
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