All Ph.D. students are encouraged and welcome to apply!
Ph.D. positions in Translational Disease Systems Biology at the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research are open at Copenhagen University for 2022-2023. Ph.D. positions in Translational Disease Systems Biology at the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research 2022-23 at Copenhagen University are now available for international students if they hold a Master’s degree in medicine, health informatics, bioinformatics, data science, or a related discipline of biomedical research.
Copenhagen University has officially announced the scholarships for the upcoming class. Copenhagen University is considered to be one of the top institutions around the globe. Copenhagen University was founded in 1479 and currently functions in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Copenhagen University offers such scholarships every year to welcome students to the campus. Ph.D. positions in Translational Disease Systems Biology at the Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research 2022-23 will open the door to new and better opportunities for selected students and be exposed to advanced learning in postgraduate programs.
Keep reading about Copenhagen University's acceptance rate, GPA requirements, eligibility and selection criteria, and other helpful information.
You will find the link to apply below.
The selected candidates will be appointed at the PhD position with a salary of 28,300 DKK, roughly 3,800 EUR per month, plus a pension.
Since the advertisement covers multiple positions, experience with all of the following is not required, but the successful candidates are preferred to have qualifications or proven experience within the majority of these:
- You hold a Master’s degree in medicine, health informatics, bioinformatics, data science or a related discipline of biomedical research
- Programming experience in Python/Perl and/or R
- Having worked with big data
- An active interest in disease biology and precision medicine
- Experience in bioinformatics, biostatistics and systems biology
- Research experience in machine learning
- Excellent communication skills, and fluency in written and spoken English
With the group being highly multidisciplinary and collaborating with many other research groups nationally and internationally, strong networking and team player skills are preferred.