The overall aim of the Centre for Personalised Medicine (CePMed) at Linköping University is the clinical implementation of personalised medicine based on combining omics, computational, functional and clinical studies. We focus on T cells because they are involved in multiple diseases and are readily obtained from peripheral blood, and optimal for functional studies.
Tasks: Bioinformatics analyses of T cells, public data and electronic medical records, in close collaboration with other bioinformaticians, experimental and clinical researchers.
Position: Two year scholarship with a monthly compensation of 3200 euro (tax free). Health insurance is covered by the university. Start: as soon as possible.
Career prospects: A career plan is made in collaboration with each CePMed member. Close collaborations between group members is encouraged and results in publication records. This has resulted in national and international grants, as well as faculty positions for young researchers.
Previous experience: PhD in bioinformatics, ideally based on network- or omics related research.
More information and application: Please contact professor Mikael Benson (Mikael.benson[at]liu.se)