Post-Doctoral Programme Call
Application process – Research lines
If you have checked your eligibility for applying BIOTRACK Post-doctoral Programme (In-coming mobility scheme) you can register to the portal and follow the steps detailed below.
Update the following documents:
- Curriculum Vitae - preferably maximum 5 pages: Please include the original articles published in peer-reviewed journals indexed. The original articles without impact factor will not be considered.
- Cover letter: It is important to include the enthusiasm of the candidate joining IDIBAPS. In addition it is also necessary to explain the relationship between the profile of the candidate and the research line chosen as first priority.
- Recommendation letter/s: It is mandatory to include 1 as a minimum and 4 as a maximum. It is not accepted to include only contact addresses of the reference contact people.
- Scientific abstract - preferably maximum 1 page: Develop a brief scientific abstract considering your previous experiences, skills and the research line you want to join in order to show your competences writing, designing research and contributing to the scientific achievements from both the research group that you have established as first priority and IDIBAPS.
Choose your first and second priorities within the offered research lines:
BIOTRACK offers many research lines that you can apply for. Please take into account your profile and previous experience in order to see in which of them you can contribute more.
Research lines developed in IDIBAPS in the framework of BIOTRACK respect the fundamental ethical principles established in 7th Framework Programme of the European Commission.
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PD 01 Translational Research in liver oncology
PD 02 Vascular dysfunction in liver diseases
PD 05 Systems biology analysis of autoimmune diseases
PD 10 Adipose Tissue and Beta Cell Cross Talk: New Mechanism to Control Beta Cell Plasticity
PD 12 Mitochondrial regulation of cell death in steatohepatitis and cancer
PD 13 Mechanisms and mediators linking adipose tissue inflammation and liver disease
PD 16 Regulation of membrane trafficking and signalling
PD 17 Pathogenic and molecular mechanisms of liver failure
PD 18 Translational research in pulmorany vascular disease
PD 19 Therapeutic strategies for huntington's disease
PD 20 A novel antigen-specific platform for the treatment of organ-specific and systemic autoimmunity
PD 21 HIV in Mozambique: co-infections and immune activation
PD 22 Gene Expression During Cell Differentiation And Cancer
PD 26 The immune response to Stroke
PD 27 Molecular mechanisms of pancreatic islet cell dysfunction and destruction in type 2 diabetes