15 PhD fellowships available within Marie Curie programme, MINDSHIFT
15 Feb 2021
MINDSHIFT are offering 15 PhD fellowships in a top-level interdisciplinary research programme about understanding the dynamic interactions between vascular and endocrine pathways in hypertension, using an integrative framework approach fed by new data, and insights from cutting-edge experimental and clinical studies.
MINDSHIFT is an EU funded PhD network coordinated by CARIM, School for Cardiovascular Diseases of Maastricht University, The Netherlands. They host early-stage researchers trained within the MINDSHIFT network and work closely with the partner organisations, including Bioscientifica. Bioscientifica is the Society's wholly owned not-for-profit subsidiary.
Each candidate will be employed at one of the six universities and enrolled in a local PhD programme, while at the same time being part of an integrated research team and research project at network level. The 3-year PhD fellowships start between May 2021 and October 2021. The fellows will work with one of the host organisations and will benefit from secondments in academia and industry, training and transferable-skills courses and active participation in workshops and conferences. They will be offered a salary plus mobility allowance and family allowance (if applicable) in line with the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Horizon 2020 requirements for Early Stage Researchers.