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Join Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research
CPR offers excellent opportunities for master students, PhD fellows and postdoctoral fellows to participate in pioneering research within proteomics, protein function and interaction, disease biology and computational biology.
2 open positions as Postdoc in MS-based proteomics in the Nielsen Group (Proteomics Technology Development & Application) at Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research
Deadline for submission of application 31 December 2016
We are always looking for dedicated staff
At CPR we are always looking for highly motivated PhD fellows and postdocs and you are more than welcome to send an unsolicited application directly to one of our groups leaders.
Please take time to look through the descriptions of our research programs and groups to find the area of research that best correlates with your scientific interest and background and send your application to the relevant group leader - Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research programs and groups.
When contacting the relevant Group Leader - always provide the following documents electronically:
- Cover Letter
- Two letters of recommendations
How is it to work at CPR?
CPR is a dynamic and international research center. We are proud to provide high-quality scientific training of new generations of young scientists. Being a PhD students or Postdoc at NNF CPR you will benefit from support from highly qualified senior scientists and have access to advanced and state-of-the-art equipment and methods to qualify for research at a top international level.
Moreover, a dedicated group of PhD students and Postdocs (CPR Student and Postdoc Association SPA) is ready to welcome newcomers to NNF CPR and make sure that they feel at home from day 1.
CPR offers you:
- A strong scientific environment
- Rich possibility for cross-disiplinary research
- Office space and modern, well-equipped laboratories
- International seminar series with invited speakers leading in their field
- You will be an integrated part of one of our research groups