ImPuLSe is a new International Fellowship Programme for talented young researchers in Life Sciences that offers exciting career opportunities at the Center for Genomic Regulation (CRG). The programme aims at enabling outstanding junior scientists of all nationalities to develop a competitive research project in life sciences, thus promoting the transnational mobility and career perspectives of young scientists in Europe.
We offer you a career boost by providing opportunities to learn new techniques and skills and develop leadership qualities in a highly stimulating and international environment with a collaborative work atmosphere.
No. of fellowships: 5
- Candidates can be of any nationality, but must undertake trans-national mobility, which means that candidates must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in Spain for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately prior to the call deadline. Furthermore, applicants working at CRG for more than 3 months before the deadline will not be considered.
- Candidates must hold a PhD degree at the start of the fellowship obtained not more than 4 years before the call deadline (exceptions for up to 3 years for maternity/paternity leaves and other documented career breaks)
- Candidates must have at least one publication as first author (either in press or published) at the time of the deadline
- Candidates must provide two letters of reference
Fellows may be employed up to 36 months
Applications for the ImPuLSe programme are accepted exclusively online through our online application system.
The application deadline is the 30th of June 2015, at 5:00pm (local time).
Successful candidates will join research groups with top-level scientists and will carry out their research in the following areas of biomedicine:
- Bioinformatics and Genomics Program: Roderic Guigó, Gian Tartaglia
- Cell and Developmental Biology Program: Pedro Carvalho
- Gene Regulation Stem Cells and Cancer Program: Juan Valcárcel, Bill Keyes, Fátima Gebuer, Guillaume Filion, Bernhard Payer
- Systems Biology Program: Mara Dierssen, Luis Serrano, Manuel Irimia
Further details: http://www.crg.eu/node/293