Postdoctoral Fellowship in Immune Informatics at University of Oslo in Norway , and applications are submitted till January 15th 2015. University of Oslo is inviting applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in the area of immune informatics. This position is for a fixed term of three years for high-dimensional single cell analysis of natural killer cell repertoires at K.G. Jebsen Center for Cancer Immunotherapy. The candidate must have a PhD in bioinformatics or computational biology equivalent to a Norwegian doctoral degree in Medicine/Life sciences. Successful applicants must have obtained their degree prior to taking on the position. Full details:
School(Institutions/ Country): University of Oslo | Norway
Field(s): Fellowship is awarded in the area of immune informatics for high-dimensional single cell analysis of natural killer cell repertoires at K.G. Jebsen Center for Cancer Immunotherapy.
Deadline: January 15th 2015.
Funded By: University of Oslo, Norway
Beneficiaries(Target Groups): Postdoctoral Fellowship in Immune Informatics is targeted for Norwegian and international students.
‣ Award No: One postdoctoral fellowship is available.
‣ Scholarship Duration: Fellowship is awarded for a period of three years.
‣ Scholarship covers: A challenging and friendly international working environment with broad expertise -Access to state of the art facilities and resources for biomedical research -Affiliation to the newly inaugurated KG Jebsen Center for Cancer Immunotherapy -These positions will be placed as SKO 1352 – Postdoctor fellow with salary range depending on qualifications: step 57 – 65 (NOK 468 400 – 542 900). -Favorable welfare and pension arrangements
‣ A postdoc position for a fixed term of three years for high-dimensional single cell analysis of natural killer cell repertoires at K.G. Jebsen Center for Cancer Immunotherapy. We are looking for a highly motivated PhD with a strong background in bioinformatics/computational biology.
‣ The project concerns the mechanisms underlying the functional diversification of human natural killer cells. Studies of immunological diversity in populations are combined with assessment of high-dimensional single cell data generated by RNASeq, flow cytometry and CyTOF.
‣ The candidate will work at the interface of immunology, cancer and informatics. Immune informatics is a nascent field with many challenging tasks ahead.
‣ Depending on qualifications of the applicant, the position may offer the possibility to develop an independent line of research within the overall scope of the research program.
‣ The position is placed in a collaborative setting between the groups of Malmberg and Hovig providing a combined broad area of competence in immune informatics and cancer biology.
‣ The candidate must have a PhD in bioinformatics or computational biology equivalent to a Norwegian doctoral degree in Medicine/Life sciences.
‣ Successful applicants must have obtained their degree prior to taking on the position. Candidates should have a strong, documented background in bioinformatics/computational biology.
‣ Competence within a relevant high level programming language is necessary. Previous experience in immunological research is preferable.
‣ In connection with the appointment of the post-doctoral position, they will accord special weight to academic skills; particularly demonstrated excellence in research, a strong dedication and excellent communication skills.
Selection Criteria for Postdoctoral Fellowship in Immune Informatics
‣ The institute is looking for a researcher who has
‣ The mode of applying is online.
‣ The application must include:
‣ Scholarship Applications are due on January 15th 2015.
‣ Application forms and guidelines can be download from the official website
‣ It is important to read the application procedure, and visit the official websites (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.