Location of the positions: Italy, Switzerland, Portugal, Finland, Latvia, Ireland, Serbia
Positions start: tentatively between March and May 2020.
The PREMUROSA project, funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 programme (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Innovative Training Network) will soon publish a call for applications for 13 fully funded PhD positions (early-stage researcher, ESR), with attractive complementary training activities and generous travel, laboratory and research budgets. The successful candidates will be hosted by a member of a European Consortium of universities, research institutions and companies in Italy, Switzerland, Portugal, Finland, Latvia, Ireland, Serbia and will benefit from an excellent scientific environment, up-to-date technologies and supervision by international leaders in the field. They will learn to integrate academic and industrial aspects in their research work and they will sharpen their experimental and complementary skills in a well-designed and diversified and unprecedented training program.
The ultimate goal of the ITN PREMUROSA project is to train a new generation of scientists with an integrated vision of the whole value chain in musculo-skeletal regeneration technologies and able to boost the necessary innovations to achieve precision principles in developing innovative devices and optimized clinical applications.
We have 13 ESR positions available, with the following envisaged research projects:
A very attractive scholarship and benefits package is offered to successful applicants (including family and travel allowance).
The positions are offered full-time for 3 years (36 months).
Applicants should satisfy the eligibility requirements set for an Early Stage Researcher funded by Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions.
Candidates will be asked to apply on-line ([email protected]) for one to maximum three of the above-mentioned positions within 21th February 2020.
The application must include the following:
The selection procedure will be based on two steps: the first step will consist on the screening of all applications received and on the selection of a shortlist of candidates based on CV, academic transcripts, motivation and relevance with the specific research project; the second step will consist in an interview (held by person or on skype), at the end of which successful candidate will be recruited.
Prior to recruitment, successful applicants will be requested to produce the original copies of all certificates and documents declared. Incorrect or lacking of documentation may invalidate the recruitment procedure.
The entire call contents and the documents for applications are published at: www.scuolamed.uniupo.it/tutto-studenti/post-laurea/dottorato-di-ricerca/project-premurosa