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The Computational Physiology & Biomedical Instruments group of the University of Pisa currently welcomes unsollicited applications for temporary positions at the level of research fellow, Ph.D. student, and post-doc fellow.

Prospective applicants shall be recruited at the aforesaid University under the supervision of the local Principle Investigators.

Note that admission to our research program is very competitive and we scrutinize each application carefully. Priority will be given to applications from exceptionally skilled young professionals describing new ideas that will be able to make an important contribution to our research activity.

To apply, please provide us with 1) your complete Curriculum vitae et studiorum, including a list of all your eventual scientific publications, 2) name of up to three reference persons who can provide recommendation letters of your professional skills, 3) a research proposal.

Applications should be sent to:

Gaetano Valenza (g.valenza@ing.unipi.it), Enzo Pasquale Scilingo (e.scilingo@ing.unipi.it)

 

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Computational Physiology & Biomedical Instruments Group, University of Pisa

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