LongTREC is a Doctoral Network of the Marie Sklodowska-Curie action program (MSCA-DN) that will develop methods and tools for the analysis of transcriptomic data obtained with the most recent single-molecule, long-reads sequencing technologies.
The LongTREC MSCA-DN will train 12 Doctoral Candidates who will perform research in top European computational biology laboratories.
PhD position for 36 months in one of the European leading groups for lrRNA-seq technologies.
Mobility: host institution and secondments in both public and industry partners.
An intensive training programme in Science, Skills and Values.
Interdisciplinary, international work environment with courses, workshops and lectures of leaders in the field of long-reads.
MSCA-DN offers a highly competitive salary and additional benefits.
Eligibility criteria for applying to our opening positions
Mobility: Eligible candidates must not have resided for more than 12 months in the 3 years prior the start of this project (June-September 2023).
Example: from June 2020 to June 2023 you cannot have lived more than 12 months in the country in which you want to apply for.
Master's degree: Eligible candidates must have a master’s degree relevant to the chosen position by September 2023 or an equivalent experience or must hold an official university qualification from a country of the European Higher Education Area with a minimum of 300 ECTs of official university studies.
Eligible candidates shall at the date of recruitment by the host institution not have been awarded a doctoral degree. Researchers who have defended their PhD project but haven't received their Doctoral award yet, are not eligible.
Application limit: Candidates can apply for a maximum of 3 PhD positions
Doctoral school: In all cases, emplyement will be conditioned to acceptance by the Doctoral school of the associated PhD awarding institution.
Estimated recruitement timeline
16th January 2023
1st February 2023
Preselection results and call for recruitment workshop