The future of life science will be created by the scientists that master advanced computational methods for dealing with big-data, high-throughput genomics methods and study the most important medical problems, such as how to cure cancer and improve health.
If you want to become a part of the future for medical research and share our vision that only be a combination of experimental and computational metods significant progress can be made the Swedish National Research School in Medical Bioinformatics is for you. The school is aimed at PhD students who recently started (or will start soon) their PhD studies at a Swedish university and have an interest in medical bioinformatics or related subjects.
The research school is backed by a large group of bioinformaticians from all the major universities in Sweden. These professors will teach a number of courses available for free for the students on the research school. The school will be jointly coordinated by four scientists working at SciLifeLab in Stockholm.
However, the most important contribution for you as a student in the research school is not the excellent courses, but the unique network you will gain. In addition to the a yearly contact with the other students in the school you will network with the leading bioinformaticians in Sweden in a mentor program.
For the first year we will primarily accept students who start(ed) their PhD studies between Jan 2016 and April 2017, but other students are also welcome to apply. Application deadline is Feb 28 2017. The program is limited to 20 students.
For more information and application see www.medbioinfo.se
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