CeMM International PhD Program 2016

Organization
CeMM Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences
Job Location
Lazarettgasse 14, AKH BT 25.3
1090 Vienna
Austria
Benefits

The successful candidate will be awarded a generous scholarship which will cover all research costs, university fees, work-related travel, salary and health insurance for 4 years. The degree will be awarded by the Medical University of Vienna.

Job Description

The next PhD Program at CeMM Research Center for Molecular Medicine of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, in Vienna, starts in October 2016. We are looking for exceptionally motivated PhD candidates with a keen interest in genomics, medicine and working in teams.

The 2016 CeMM PhD Program will focus on four thematic areas: Infection, Immunity, Metabolism and Cancer. These areasare built on the pillars of epigenetics, bioinformatics and systems biology, chemical biology and the mechanism of action of drugs, high-throughput genetics, genomics and proteomics, and molecular and cell biology.

The application deadline is 12th February 2016.

Requirements

To be eligible to enroll in the CeMM PhD Program all candidates are required to have a final degree* in medicine, biology, chemistry, bioinformatics, computer science, engineering, physics, mathematics or a similar subject (*at least a four year Bachelor’s degree). The working language at CeMM is English, so excellent written and oral communication skills in English are also required.

How to Apply

For further information on the PhD Program, and to apply through the centralised online system please refer our website: www.cemm.at/phd-program

About Our Organization

CeMM is an international research institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. Driven by medical needs, CeMM integrates basic research and medical expertise to pursue innovative approaches focused on cancer, inflammation, and immune disorders. CeMM is located at the center of one of the largest medical campuses in Europe, within walking distance of Vienna’s historical city center. A study by “The Scientist” placed CeMM among the top-5 best places to work in academia world-wide (http://the-scientist.com/2012/08/01/best-places-to-work-academia-2012). Vienna is frequently ranked the world’s best city to live. It is a United Nations city with a large English-speaking community. The official language at CeMM is English, and more than 30 different nationalities are represented at the institute.

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