Details about Biomolecular Medicine Doctoral Fellowship at Ghent University 2020
Biomolecular Medicine Doctoral Fellowship at Ghent University 2020 is offered for PhD degree in the field of Biomolecular Medicine. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 15 Jul 2020. This scholarship is provided by Ghent University and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, Partial funds . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationals.
- Deadline: 15 Jul 2020
- Scholarship value: Partial Funding, Partial funds
Eligibility for Biomolecular Medicine Doctoral Fellowship at Ghent University 2020:
- You have (or will obtain soon) a Master in Science (Bioinformatics, Bioengineering, Biochemistry-Biotechnology, Biomedical Sciences, Medicine, Computer Sciences) with a specialization track in bioinformatics or equivalent through experience.
- You have experience with bioinformatics programming, and scripting (e.g. R and/or Python). Experience with the analysis of sequencing data, such as (human) whole exome/genome sequencing and (single cell) RNA-sequencing, including variant calling, copy number and structural variation analysis, expression level analysis, etc is highly recommended. More specifically, knowledge about network inference is a plus.
- You have a basic insight of (cancer) biology and genomics.
- You should have good communication skills, you are a team player and have strong strategic analytical problem-solving skills (creative, critical, and open-minded). You have excellent oral and written communication skills in English (English language proficiency).
Value of Biomolecular Medicine Doctoral Fellowship at Ghent University 2020:
- A PhD position for at least one year (including a 6-month evaluation period) after which you will apply for a personal PhD grant with FWO, BOF, etc.,
- Participation in an exciting and rapidly evolving research area of clinically translational genomics,
- Being part of a research team operating at international level and dedicated to improving survival of patients with cancer,
- State-of-the-art technology and facilities (sequencing, single cell sequencing and manipulation, bioinformatics, molecular biology, etc),
- The opportunity to work in a dynamic and interdisciplinary academic research environment,
- Embedding within top-research teams with a broad range of expertise,
- Collaboration with and assistance of wet-lab scientists in the design, analysis and interpretation of cancer genomics data.