The Cell Biology participates in the EC Horizon 2020 Marie S. Curie COFUND project RESCUE.
Check out for PhD positions ESR1.2 and ERS1.3 in the Maurice and Klumperman groups at www.RESCUE-COFUND.eu ; Section Stem Cells and organoid Biology
RESCUE provides an inspiring, multidisciplinary and translational education programme in the area of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cells. This programme aims to enhance the potential and future career perspectives of researchers by providing a global training network including over 50 excellent academic and industrial partner organisations. Thereby, shaping a new generation of research experts, empowering them to take leading positions in the field of regenerative medicine world-wide.
Together the University Medical Center Utrecht (UMCU, coordinator) and Utrecht University (UU) offer 29 PhD candidate positions (early stage researchers, ESRs) located at the Regenerative Medicine Centre Utrecht (RMCU). The ESRs will join the Regenerative Medicine PhD Programme within the Utrecht Graduate School of Life Sciences.
The RESCUE programme aims to enhance the potential and future career perspectives of researchers by providing a global training network including over 50 excellent academic and industrial partner organisations, creating a new generation of research experts, empowering them to take leading positions in the field of Regenerative Medicine world-wide. The group will work on three different themes within regenerative medicine: stem cells and organoid biology, cardiovascular tissue regeneration and musculoskeletal tissue regeneration.
The recruitment has started! We welcome you to distribute this message and attached flyer throughout your network, including finishing MSc students. We need excellent early stage researchers, who have not lived in the Netherlands for more than 12 months in the 3 years prior to 27 August 2018, who do not already have a PhD, and who received their MSc degree in the four years preceding the appointment date of 1 February 2019. Thank you very much.
All the relevant information about the project, the attached organisations, the 29 different research positions, the strict eligibility requirements and the obligatory online application form can be found on the RESCUE website at www.RESCUE-COFUND.eu.