PhD on Transport via ocean currents of human pharmaceutical products and their impact on marine biota in the European ArcticExternal

PHARMARINE Project, University of Gdańsk (Poland)

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E-mail: pharmarine.grieg [at] ug.edu.pl
Deadline: June 4, 2021

University of Gdańsk are seeking a PhD candidate within the PHARMARINE project - 'Transport via ocean currents of human pharmaceutical products and their impact on marine biota in the European Arctic'.

The main objective of her/his work will be to assess the impact of pharmaceuticals used in human therapy on marine fauna inhabiting the European part of the Arctic. In a series of laboratory experiments, animal responses to the presence of selected pharmaceuticals will be investigated using multi-marker analysis based on measurement of specific biomarkers at different levels of biological organization (from genes and cells to physiological aspects).

For more information on the role, including how to apply, please access the full announcement document below.

Application requires completion and sending of GDPR documentation which can also be found below.