PharmaBiotec: Drug Design and Transport. The Marie Curie Training Site at the Royal Danish School of Pharmacy holds internationally recognized expertise in analytical chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, structural chemistry, medicinal chemistry, organic chemistry, natural products chemistry, pharmaceutical formulation, drug delivery, processing technology, clinical pharmacy, biochemistry, microbiology, pharmacology, molecular pharmacology, pharmacotherapy, and regulatory aspects. Applications are invited for post-graduate Marie Curie Fellowships at the Graduate School of Drug Research at the Royal Danish School of Pharmacy for periods of 3-12 months. Graduate students, of both genders, applying for longer stays will be preferred by the School. The successful applicants will participate in ongoing research projects related to the discovery, design, and development of drugs in a highly interdisciplinary and fruitful research environment in an interplay between the Graduate School of Drug Research and the European pharmaceutical industry. For more information on available research projects, please contact Dr.Jette Buur (email@example.com), or check http://www.dfh.dk/activities/gradscool/index.htm. Applicants are expected to be pursuing studies for a pno-aeree in pharmacy, biochemistry, biology or chemistry in a field relevant to the drug design and development process. Fluency in English is required. Application, enclosing curriculum vitae and a letter of recommendation from the PhD supervisor, should be sent to Dr. Jette Buur, The Graduate School of Drug Research, The Royal Danish School of Pharmacy, 2 Universitetsparken, 2100 Copenhagen, Denmark.