The Trinity Centre for Bioengineering is seeking Postdoctoral Researchers who are submitting to the Marie Curie fellowship scheme allotted under the current 7th Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
Over 227 million euro, the highest single amount made available through the Marie Curie Actions fund will be awarded to around 1000 researchers this year.
Marie Curie individual fellowships support the mobility of researchers within and beyond Europe - as well as helping to attract the best foreign researchers to work in the EU.
The application process will run until 14 August 2013.
More information about these calls can be found here.
The Trinity Centre for Bioengineering is keen to host incoming Marie Curie fellows in Dublin. We would be very interested to talk with you if your biomedical engineering research overlaps with the interests of our Centre
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Are you interested in pursuing your PhD degree or carrying out post-doctoral research in the Trinity Centre for Bioengineering?
If so, please email email@example.com with the following information
- The Research theme you are most interested in (Biomaterials, Regenerative Medicine, Neural Engineering, Muskuloskeletal or Cardiovascular)
- A cover letter detailing your background and research interests
- Your C.V.
- Any papers and publications you were involved in