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  • Openings for Doctoral Researchers at the University of Helsinki

    As part of the Nordic EMBL Partnership for Molecular Medicine, the Institute for Molecular Medicine Finland (FIMM) is seeking 2-4 outstanding candidates for the positions of

    Doctoral Researchers in Molecular Medicine and Life Sciences

    in the FIMM-EMBL international PhD recruitment and training programme starting in August 2024.

    In this interdisciplinary programme, outstanding doctoral researchers are recruited to the institute-level rotation programme, where they work with 2-3 different research groups during a 6-9 month period before matching to a research group in which they remain for their doctoral studies. The program provides an exciting opportunity to explore and combine different research areas and working environments as well as to learn a variety of science and technologies, making connections within and beyond the institute.

    The deadline for application submission is February 11, 2024 at 23:59 Eastern European Time. The detailed information about the open positions and instructions for the application can be found at the University of Helsinki Open Positions page.
    Doctoral Researchers in Molecular Medicine and Life Sciences

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