EMBL is Europe’s flagship research laboratory for the life sciences, performing research in molecular biology, physics, chemistry and computer science. Its 1753 employees, Postdoc and PhD fellows work from six sites: Barcelona, Cambridge, Hamburg, Heidelberg, Grenoble and Rome. EMBL’s mission includes offering vital services in training scientists, students and visitors at all levels; developing new instruments and methods in the life sciences; promoting technology transfer and integrating European life science research.
Host Institution(s): EMBL – European Molecular Biology Laboratory, Germany
Course Level: Postdoc and PhD Fellows
Subject(s): Mathematics, physics, quantitative biology, and related fields
· A Ph.D. or equivalent qualification in quantitative sciences (mathematics, physics, quantitative biology, and related fields).
· You are interested in data science, statistics, scientific computing, and cancer. You are able to assess, adapt, or further develop computational methods and wish to make or contribute to biological discoveries.
· You are interested in interdisciplinary science, enjoy collaborative work, and like to communicate concepts and results to other scientists in different fields of research. You are excited by pushing science forward with your own ideas.
· You will be part of the Huber group at EMBL Heidelberg and participate in the SMART-CARE project.
· The primary goal of the position is to evaluate proteomic, metabolomic and other ‘omic data types in terms of their ability to explain patient and disease heterogeneity, and to predict tumor recurrence and treatment response.
· You will have the opportunity to shape your own research profile by pursuing research in method development and collaborative analysis of novel datasets.
· Contract Duration: 3 + 3 years. Funding is available for 6 years
Deadline: 19 July 2020
For more detail about eligibility and how to apply,
Official Scholarship Website: https://www.embl.de/jobs/apply_page/?jobId=QHPFK026203F3VBQB688N79SB-2649&langCode=en_GB
Postdoc Position in EMBL – European Molecular Biology Labor