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Junior Group Leader (f/m/d) in Bioinformatics, Artificial Intelligence/Deep Learning or Computational Biology with focus on Translational Cancer Research
The Mildred Scheel Career Center (Mildred-Scheel-Nachwuchszentrum, MSNZ) Frankfurt is a joint institution of the Faculty of Medicine of the Goethe University, the University Hospital Frankfurt, the University Cancer Center (UCT) Frankfurt and the Frankfurt Cancer Institute (FCI). The MSNZ Frankfurt is one of five sites in Germany, which is funded by the German Cancer Aid within the frame of the research program „Mildred-Scheel-Nachwuchszentren“.
The MSNZ offers an excellence program for Junior Group Leaders (scientists with a life science background or physicians working exclusively in science or with limited clinical duties) aiming at a long-term perspective in academic medicine with high scientific expectations. The MSNZ funds are intended to be used for the own position and for the own scientific projects. More information can be found at www.msnz-frankfurt.de.
The MSNZ Frankfurt is currently looking for a:
Junior Group Leader in Bioinformatics, Artificial Intelligence/Deep Learning or Computational Biology with focus on Translational Cancer Research
(funding up to seven years) | Number of call: 332-2019
university degree and PhD or MD or MD-PhD with outstanding scientific credentials and several years of postdoc experience
strong expertise in translational cancer research obtained in national and international research institutions
publications in high-ranking international scientific journals
own third party funding
research expertise in one of the topics relevant for the mission of the FCI, the UCT and the German Cancer Consortium (DKTK)
a competitive research proposal within the aims of the FCI, the UCT and the DKTK
strong interest in promoting your own career and scientific independence
broad experience in the management of scientific projects
high level of motivation and communication skills
long-term scientific concept
excellent environment to establish an independent research group
integration into the FCI, the UCT and the DKTK
access to scientific infrastructure
excellent basic research linked to translational and clinical aspects
funding for a technical assistance position in part-time and a budget for consumables
participation in training and qualification programs of the MSNZ
a diverse and challenging task in an outstanding scientific and international environment
the „Uni-Strolche“ – our day nursery (reserved places for MSNZ personnel)
part-time possibilities (the position is divisible)
Are you interested?
We are looking forward to your application! Further information on the FCI and its research program can be found at http://fci.health. An Overview of the contributing institutions of the MSNZ is available at www.uct-frankfurt.de/msnz/beteiligte-einrichtungen.html, but please note that the MSNZ funding is not restricted to research activities in these institutions.
Women are underrepresented in these positions at the University Hospital Frankfurt. Therefore, we highly appreciate applications of women, who will be preferred where qualifications are equivalent. Applicants with handicap will be preferred if personal and professional skills are the same.
For further information on the Mildred Scheel Career Center, please contact Prof. Christian Brandts (phone: + 49 69 6301-87334) or Dr. Tinka Haydn (phone: +49 69 6301-7251, email: firstname.lastname@example.org).