Prof. Damjana Rozman from the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana seeks a candidate for the European Marie Curie Fellowship (24 months) who wants to complement her/his existing skills. The established researcher (ER) should be fluent in English and is expected to actively participate in grant writing. The project deals with an interdisciplinary area of systems medicine of multifactorial liver disorders. Eligible candidates:
- Ph.Ds in biomedical sciences or MDs with 4 years of documented research track, with basic level of mathematical understanding. The candidate will be trained in applications of modeling to aid understanding and predicting the progression of non-alcoholic liver pathologies, from mouse models and in humans.
- Ph.Ds in mathematical or technical (engineering) sciences. The candidate will be trained in basics of the liver-related biochemistry and biomedicine and will apply modeling to aid understanding and predicting the progression of non-alcoholic liver pathologies.
Interested candidates should send an email with CV and motivation letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org until August 1st 2014.
Prof. Dr. Damjana Rozman
Head of the Centre for Functional Genomics and Bio-Chips
Institute of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine
Further information on the program can be found here: [more]