If you want to understand the molecular regulation of cellular identity in pancreas development and cancer, then you must apply for the PhD Fellowships in Pancreatic Cancer Research at BRIC offered by the University of Copenhagen for the academic year 2022-2023.
This fellowship will be awarded at BRIC, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, the University of Copenhagen to applicants who have successfully been enrolled and admitted as postdoctoral students. The selected candidates will be offered employment with a salary of 28.000 DKK with a pension for up to 3 years of study. The applicants that have a relevant Master of Science degree will be considered.
This support will help you pursue a postdotoral degree by providing you with an amount of 28.300 DKK /approx. 3.800 EUR.
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Application Deadline: 6th June 2022 is the last day to apply for this fellowship.
- University or Organization: University of Copenhagen
- Department: Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
- Course Level: Postdoctoral
- Award: 300 DKK
- Number of Awards: NA
- Access Mode: Online
- Nationality: Domestic and International
- The award can be taken in Denmark.
- Eligible Countries: Students of all nationalities are eligible to apply.
- Eligible Course or Subjects: The students can apply for the PhD study in Pancreatic Cancer at the University of Copenhagen.
- Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the following/given criteria:
- The applicants must be commencing their programme in September 2022.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: The applicants need to apply through the online platform of the university. Fellowship applications can be made here.
- Supporting Documents: The students are required to present the following documents to the university:
- Motivated letter of application (max. one page)
- CV incl. education, experience, language skills, and other skills relevant to the position
- Master of Science diploma and transcript of records
- Publication list (if possible)
- Admission Requirements: The applicants must have qualifications corresponding to a Master’s degree (the equivalent of the Danish candidate, 3+2 years) related to the subject area of the project and documented work in computation in single-cell omics, neuroscience, and brain disorders.
- Language Requirement: The students must submit scores of the following English language proficiency tests:
- IELTS – 6.5
- CPE/CAE – Passed
- TOEFL IBT –83
The selected PhD candidates will be provided a salary beginning around 28.300 DKK /approx. 3.800 EUR (April 2021-level) plus pension by the University of Copenhagen.