Call for Application for the Recruitment of one PhD student
As part of a project entitled: Strengthening local capacity for malaria surveillance and elimination in Africa awarded to the Pan-African Mosquitoes Control Association (PAMCA) by the Bill and Melinda Foundation and led in Cameroon by the Centre for Research in Infectious Diseases (CRID), we are launching a call for application addressed to young students, residing in Cameroon, for one PhD project.
1- The applicant must have completed a Master’s degree in the past 3 years in Biochemistry, Microbiology, Biology or any other biomedical field.
2- He/she must demonstrate competences in either molecular biology, biochemistry, entomology, epidemiology and statistics. Skills on proteomic analysis techniques such as appreciable level in oral and written English would be valuable…..
The application must be addressed and sent to email@example.com and should include (in unique PDF):
1- Updated detailed curriculum vitae;
2- A letter of motivation;…………
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Deadline for applications: 15th Jun 2021.
Founded in 2017, the Centre for Research in Infectious Diseases (CRID) is a Not-for-profit research centre providing an excellent environment for conducting high quality and internationally approved research on infectious diseases in Cameroon and Africa. With an excellent technical platform and in collaboration with the various national and international partners, CRID aims to support research on the continent through the training of young African scientists, in order to fulfil its vision which is to save lives through quality research and capacity building in tropical infectious diseases.
Our recruitment at CRID is purely based on skills, qualifications and experience. We are working to create a safe working area of work for all free from any prejudice.