EU Marie Curie Fellowship

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EU Marie Curie Fellowship

A PhD level position as Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher ( PhD Fellowship ) is open to join the Nucleosome 4D project. Planned start date no later than 01 October, 2017. The position is open for non – Norwegian applicants / residents only. At the Department of Molecular Biology of the University of Bergen (UiB), a PhD level positions as Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher (ESR) is open for three years, with a planned start date no later than 01 October, 2017.

The full – time position involve participation in the EU project Nucleosome 4D, which is a Marie Curie initial Training Network receiving funding from the European Commission’s 7th Framework Program. The aim of this European network, which brings together 14 partners from 11 countries, is to provide a structured PhD / Young – Researcher Training Program on Chromatin Biology.

EU Marie Curie Fellowship  Eligibility

Application Details

Applicants should have a Master’s degree or equivalent which entitles them to embark on a PhD project in molecular biology, should be in the first four years (full time equivalent) of their research careers, and should not have obtained a PhD yet at the time of employment.

The EU Marie Curie Fellowship is intended to lead to a Ph.D. Degree and qualify the successful applicant for a career in academic research. Applicants holding non – Norwegian degrees will have their diplomas assessed for equivalence with a Norwegian Masters.

The Research Fellow must take part in the University of Bergen approved PhD Program leading to the degree within a time limit of three years.

They will be expected to do research and to partake actively in researcher training courses organised locally and at other Nucleosome 4D partner institutions.

EU Marie Curie Fellowship Application form

Applicants NEED to have a good working knowledge of English, since all Nucleosome 4D events, as well as dissemination, will be in English.

Applicants must not be Norwegian citizens, except if they have legally resided and had their main activity in a non – associated third country for at least three of the last four years immediately prior to their employment.

Furthermore, applicants must not have resided or performed their main activity in Norway for more than 12 months in the three year period immediately prior to employment.

EU Marie Curie Fellowship Application deadline

  • Application Deadline – 01 October, 2017

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Application Form Submission 16 Dec 2020 to 16 Jan 2021.