USA; Ph.D. Student Position In Drug Delivery / Pharmaceutical Sciences

(taken from http://scholarship.bursa-lowongan.com/ )

PhD Graduate students are sought to fill open positions in drug delivery, nanomedicine, and pharmaceutical sciences at University of Texas at Austin.

The PhD student will work within the Division of Pharmaceutics of the College of Pharmacy. In 2008, U.S. News and World Report ranked the college among the elite programs of pharmaceutical education in the country. The college is situated in the heart of the Austin campus and has approximately 100 graduate students.

The available position(s) will focus on the development of novel methods for drug delivery to the airways. They will contribute to the understanding and development of one or more projects that are ongoing in our lab and include: controlled release drug delivery, inhaler device engineering, nanomedicine applications in infectious disease, inhalable vaccines and powder science.

Eligible candidates will work in a dynamic multidisciplinary environment and will obtain exceptional training to equip them with tools and experiences necessary to compete for jobs in either academia or the pharmaceutical industry. Applicants that have strong communication skills, laboratory experience, publications, or have obtained/expects to gain a Pharm.D. /Master degree, will be given preference. Interested applicants should submit a copy of their CV, a letter of intent, references, and other supporting documentation.

Please visit our website to find out more about our Graduate Student program: http://www.utexas.edu/pharmacy/divisions/pharmaceutics/index.html

Applications and inquires should be sent to Dr Hugh Smyth at hsmyth@mail.utexas.edu with preference given to applications received before December 16, 2009.

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