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Two year fellowship, offered in association with Linacre College, which offers full salary support, funding for travel and consumables and college accommodation. Join one of the existing groups in Pharmacology and develop your own research programme.

Applications are invited from postdoctoral scientists or PhD students in final stages of their studies (submit thesis before appointment) for this Fellowship.

You will be embedded in any one of the research groups in the Department of Pharmacology (see  www.pharm.ox.ac.uk/research) but will be responsible for formulating and developing your own research strategy.

Applications are considered from postdoctoral scientists and finishing graduate students in any area of natural sciences related to the research of the Department. In accordance with the terms of the Blaschko Trust preference will be given to students from all countries in geographical Europe whether or not those countries are members of the EU.

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