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Marine Virology and Microbiology
Viruses and bacteria from 0.5mL of reservour water, Nacia, Mexico. Magnification: 1000x
Viruses and bacteria from 0.5mL of reservour water, Nacia, Mexico. Magnification: 1000x   

Job opportunities in the Suttle lab:
Please keep checking our website for new opportunities.


Potential Grad Students:
Please contact Professor Suttle to see if he is considering applications.

Here are links to the specific pages which are of interest to you - concerning the requirements and atmosphere of each department. As Dr. Suttle is cross-appointed to all three, you will have to choose which department to apply through. Peruse each and see which one fits your past achievements, and future goals. Two other useful links are:

Potential Post-Doctoral Fellows:
Although there are no funded postdocs available, individuals are encouraged to consider applying for a postdoctoral fellowship.

Specific funding opportunities that may be of interest:

http://www.biodiversity.ubc.ca/research/ppostdoc.html
http://www.grad.ubc.ca/awards/killam-postdoctoral-research-fellowship

The Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships Program will award 70 postdoctoral fellowships each year. Fellowships will be of two-year duration, valued at $70,000/year (taxable). The program requires that research institutions be closely involved in endorsing applicants and be committed to providing the research environment and professional development successful applicants require in order to become the research leaders of the future.

All applications to UBC for the Banting Fellowship will be coordinated through the Postdoctoral Fellows Office. More detailed information on the Fellowship, the process and information regarding the institutional documents to be included as part of the application.
http://www.grad.ubc.ca/awards/banting-postdoctoral-fellowships-program



Marie Curie International Incoming & Outgoing Fellowships - DEADLINE: August 16, 2012

European Commission CORDIS <http://cordis.europa.eu/fp7/home_en.html> : People

M.C. International Outgoing Fellowships for Career Development enables European experienced researchers (PhD or 4 years FT research experience[1]) to have the opportunity to be trained & acquire new knowledge in a third country (e.g. Canada) high-level research organization. Funding is provided for advanced training & trans-national mobility for nationals of a Member State[2] or Associated Country[3]. Experienced researchers applying to this action need to identify and develop a research training project that will provide the means to reach professional maturity and independence and to add different/complementary scientific competencies to their careers.

Minimum duration of 24 mo and up to 36 mo FT equivalent (outgoing phase btw 12-24 mo in Canada + mandatory 12 mo reintegration phase in any Member State/Associated country). The researcher must not have spent more than 12 mo at the host organization in the 3 yrs immediately prior. Funding is provided for salary (living, mobility & travel allowance), contribution to research costs and to overhead/mngt costs for host organization. Amount of funding varies on experience, family situation, host country, and whether project is lab-based. [1] After obtaining the degree which would formally entitle them to embark on a doctorate (4 years FT research experience required for MDs). Applicants must meet eligibility conditions at the time of the proposal submission. 2 Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.
3 Associated countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, FYROM, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey.

MARIE CURIE INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIPS

Marie Curie International Incoming & Outgoing Fellowships

Deadline: 16 August 2012 (17:00 Brussels local time) All fields of research of interest to the EU are eligible for funding.

Below is information regarding career fellowships - incoming & outgoing - offered by the European Commission for scholars, research staff and/or post-doctoral fellows. The EU Marie Curie People program is designed to help create long-term collaborations and mutually beneficial cooperation between Europe and Canada. Fellowships are for a minimum of 12 months.

SALARY: EUR 38,000 ($52K) for early-stage researchers to EUR 87,500 ($120K) for experienced researchers

MOBILITY ALLOWANCE: EUR 700/mo ($950) or EUR 1000/mo ($1300) with family obligations (includes travel, relocation, family expenses, language courses, etc)

RESEARCH/KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER: EUR 800 ($1000)/month for research consumables, conferences, journals, memberships.

Amount of funding varies on experience, family situation, & host country. Currency conversions are estimates only.

This information is provided as a broad overview only - interested applicants should consult the guide for complete details.

TO HOST EUROPEAN SCHOLARS / RESEARCHERS / POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWS AT UBC

Marie Curie International 'Outgoing' Fellowships for Career Development (IOF)- enables European experienced researchers (PhD or 4 years FT research experience[1]) to have the opportunity to be trained & acquire new knowledge in a third country (e.g. Canada) high-level research organization.

Funding is provided for advanced training & trans-national mobility for nationals of a Member State[2] or Associated Country[3]. Experienced researchers applying to this action need to identify and develop a research training project that will provide the means to reach professional maturity and independence and to add different/complementary scientific competencies to their careers.

The researcher must not have spent more than 12 mo at the host organization in the 3 yrs immediately prior. Funding is provided for salary (living, mobility & travel allowance), contribution to research costs [and to overhead/mngt costs for 'host' European organization]. Amount of funding varies on experience, family situation, & host country.