Marie Skłodowska-Curie Ph.D. positions – Nextscreen Doctoral Network
About the project
NEXTSCREEN is a Doctoral Network supported by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) of Horizon Europe, that
will recruit and mentor 11 PhD students, propelling them towards scientific excellence.
Your role The PhD students will work together on imaging flow cytometry, an optical imaging technology that combines the subcellular resolution of optical microscopy with the high-content-screening capability of flow cytometry. They will collaborate, innovate, and lead groundbreaking research that charts new frontiers in biomedical screening.
The consortium The consortium consists of academic and industrial partners at the forefront of cellular screening, with complementary expertise in highresolution microscopy, high-precision microfluidics, cutting edge biotechnologies, and deep learning.
Qualifications We invite applications of candidates with excellent background (Master’s level) in one of the following fields: physics, engineering, computer science, biotechnology, biomedicine.
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