13 doctoral candidate positions are available in the framework of the Marie Skłodowska Curie – Doctoral Networks (MSCA-DN) project “RepState: DNA Repair State Machines” (RepState).
The Doctoral Network RepState aims to train a new generation of innovative scientists in biochemistry and biophysics to address central questions in biology concerning the mode of action of critical DNA Repair proteins that act as state machines.
RepState consists of a highly collaborative consortium consisting of 11 participants coming from academia, industry and the creative sector, representing the natural sciences as well as the social sciences. Participating laboratories in RepState are part of established research schools within renowned research organizations and universities.
This environment of excellence offers a multidisciplinary PhD program to 13 young researchers, through training in the fundamental chemical and physical principles that underlie biology and human health. In addition, training will focus on method development using technology and experience provided by the academic participants as well as by the two small technology-driven companies.
All information about the project could be found on the project website: RepState. The description of the available positions and how to apply you can find following the link: www.repstate.eu/positions, the requirements and qualifications are published http://www.repstate.eu/recruitment. Applications deadline is 11/06/2023.