[Socbin] Fwd: CNIO International PhD and Postdoctoral Programmes
arne at bioinfo.se
Wed Oct 21 10:37:51 CEST 2009
I would like to draw your attention to the 2010 calls for the International
PhD and Postdoctoral Programmes at the Spanish National Cancer Research
Centre (CNIO). We would greatly appreciate if you could forward the
information about these exciting programmes to potential candidates.
The CNIO offers excellent training and research opportunities in cutting
edge basic and applied cancer research. The programmes are open to
outstanding young graduates from all over the world who want to pursue
ambitious research projects.
The CNIO International Postdoctoral Programme offers up to 6 very
competitively funded two-year postdoc positions to outstanding junior
scientists. Applications are considered at regular intervals; this call
closes on December 31st, 2009.
The CNIO International PhD Programme each year supports 10 candidates for a
4-year PhD. We have one selection per year. The deadline for applications
is March 15th, 2010.
Our webpage provides further information on both programmes and the
- Postdoc Programme: www.cnio.es/postdoc
- PhD Programme: www.cnio.es/phd
Please feel free to distribute this message on your local institute network
and thank you very much in advance for advertising our programmes in your
Mar Pérez, PhD
Fax: +34 912246980
E-mail: phd at cnio.es or postdoc at cnio.es
Website: www.cnio.es/phd and www.cnio.es/postdoc
Dr Kerstin Nyberg Project manager, BioSapiens and EMBRACE EMBL Outstation
European Bioinformatics Institute Wellcome Trust Genome Campus Hinxton,
Cambridge CB10 1SD, UK
Email knyberg at ebi.ac.uk
Tel +44 (0) 1223 492567 Fax +44 (0) 1223 494468
Prof. Arne Elofsson Dep of Biochemistry and Biophysics
Tel:+46-8-16 4672 Stockholm University
Fax:+46-8-15 3679 10691 Stockholm, Sweden
Directions: see http://bioinfo.se/misc/directions.html
Net: arne at bioinfo.se http://bioinfo.se/
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