2011-Research position in New sampling tools in postmortem redistribution studies for the students of EU/North America at Utrecht University in Netherlands
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.
We are looking for an enthusiastic and energetic graduate (MSc) with a background in the field of pharmacy, chemistry, biomedical sciences or equivalent. The candidate should have strong organisational, communication and writing skills (in Dutch and English). You are creative, result-driven and able to take initiative. We are looking for a team player who is also able to work independently. Experience in the field of bio-analysis will be an advantage.Only candidates from the European Union and North America are eligible for this position.
Study Subject: New sampling tools in postmortem redistribution studies
Employer: Utrecht University
Scholarship Application Deadline: 2 May 2011