We are looking for three highly qualified and motivated candidates s for Ph.D. positions focusing on transcription regulation during melanocyte proliferation and in mouse embryonic stem cells, and the role of autophagy in cancer, at the University of Iceland, Reykjavík.
The projects are supported by the University of Iceland Doctoral Fund and the Icelandic Research Council for three years.
The studentships are at the Biomedical Center (www.lifvisindi.hi.is) and are associated with the Faculty of Medicine and the Graduate Program in Molecular Life Sciences. The graduate program is a joint program between research groups at the University of Iceland and research organizations associated with the University. The main objective of GPMLS is to create a dynamic interdisciplinary educational program and to advance research and education in the field of molecular life sciences. The program offers research and education opportunities in a stimulating environment for students working towards MSc or PhD.
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