Universitat Pompeu Fabra, in Barcelona, Spain, seeks outstanding scientists who have demonstrated (or have strong potential for) innovation and leadership in research, within the framework of the UPFellows programme, to integrate them at different levels

Organization
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Job Location
Barcelona
Spain
Salary
The UPFellows programme is funded jointly by the Marie Curie COFUND program (7th Framework Program) and the UPF. The fellowships are awarded for a period of 3 years, with a competitive salary (47.300 €/yr) and an initial contribution to research costs.
Job Description

Universitat Pompeu Fabra, in Barcelona, Spain, seeks outstanding scientists who have demonstrated (or have strong potential for) innovation and leadership in research, within the framework of the UPFellows programme, to integrate them at different levels in its departments, which cover a broad range of topics. In the Department of Experimental and Health Sciences (DCEXS) we specially encourage collaborative interaction and synergies with existing research programmes, while looking for novel expertise not currently covered by our faculty. Special areas of interest within this call are:

 

Signaling and Gene Expression in Immune Cells

Genomics

Computational cancer genomics

Biomedical Engineering



Requirements

 

Applications will include:

 

-          A full CV             

-          A statement of research interests and plans for the UPFellow period

-          The names of three scholars who are willing to serve as references for the applicant

-          An indication of which panel the applicant wishes to consider his/her application.

 

Application deadline: 20th April 2015

How to Apply

Detailed information on the call can be found at http://www.upf.edu/upfellows/ and general inquiries can be emailed at [email protected].

 

 

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