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Education

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Throughout the year we have vacancies for group leaders, postdoctoral fellows, Ph.D. students and technicians. Also, for masters students and student technicians we offer rotation projects.

Below we have listed the current vacancies. If you are interested in a position at our institute, please contact one of our group leaders.

We offer a stimulating and interactive research environment, state of the art facilities, a competitive salary (including possibilities for additional tax-reduction for non-Dutch employees) and housing facilities in the vicinity of the Institute. Researchers at the Netherlands Cancer Institute have no teaching obligations.

On the Working at the NKI page you can see which positions are currently available for Group leaders, assistent professors and technicians.

Master students

Masters students also have the opportunity to take part in cutting-edge research and to enjoy its associated excitement and challenges.
The NKI is happy to receive Masters students from universities and HLO schools for rotation projects. Read more... 

Basic Medical Statistics Course

The course will explain statistical techniques for the evaluation of biomedical data. It provides an introduction into design aspects, methods of summarizing and presenting data, estimation, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing, including multivariable regression methods for the assessment of association. Read more...

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