You will join international research group and will collaborating with cancer immunologists, oncologists, and will be embedded in a bioinformatics group. You will work with datasets that are unique in the world and at the forefront of cancer immunotherapy. Your work will have immediate impact on patient treatment and investigator-initiated study designs.
This is a temporary employment contract for a period of at least 4 years. Depending on experience, the salary amounts to a minimum of €3.355,- to a maximum of €4.073,- according to the standard PhD scales with a full-time employment of 36 hours per week.
During your PhD you have the opportunity to participate in courses offered by the Research School Oncology Amsterdam (OOA).
In addition to these employment conditions, the NKI-AVL offers an excellent working atmosphere in a specialized hospital. We can also help you find accommodation in the region.
For more information you can contact Prof. dr. C.U. Blank, medical-oncologist, via firstname.lastname@example.org
and Prof. dr. L. Wessels, head of Computational Cancer Biology email@example.comAmsterdam
Amsterdam is a very lively multicultural open-minded world capital with many cultural possibilities and hotspots. The institute is one of the European leading cancer center located within a 20-minute tram or bicycle ride from the city center and within 10 minutes from Schiphol airport by car or train.Interested?
Please upload your CV and motivation letter on the NKI website and send it to firstname.lastname@example.orgThe NKI values diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive work environment that stimulates the best in each individual. Applications of all individuals are welcomed regardless of age, ancestry, religion, disability, distance from the labor market, sexual orientation or gender identity.Acquisition for this vacancy is not appreciated.
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