INDICAR - Interdisciplinary Cancer Research Postdoctoral Fellowship Programme of the University of Vienna

The INDICAR Postdoctoral Fellowship Programme, which is co-funded by the EU Frameworkprogramme 7 (FP7) Marie Curie Actions, primary goal is to promote a new vision of postdoctoral training in the field of interdisciplinary cancer research; to further strengthen the role of post-doctoral researchers as critically thinking, independent, autonomous and risk taking researchers and innovators, who will contribute to the benefit of academia and society at large. The focus of the Fellows’ research ranges from basic cancer research, in-silico studies to novel approaches to beat cancer. The University of Vienna is in the strong position to offer such an interdisciplinary approach as it encompasses 15 different faculties and four scientific centres covering almost all sciences. The University, founded in 1365, has a long-standing tradition of scientific excellence and in 2015, which is especially notable by its high number of Nobel Prize winners, such as Karl Landsteiner, Erwin Schrödinger or Otto Loewi.


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