PhD Scholarship in Neuroscience

University Medical Center Groninge is seeking a highly motivated PhD student with an interest in neuroscience. Citizens of any country are eligible to apply. Applications are invited up to February 19, 2016.

Within the European Glaucoma Research and Training program (, 10 PhD students will receive training to become the next generation of clinical vision - and neuroscientists, specialized in studying neurodegenerative diseases and glaucoma in particular.
Application Requirements
Our ideal candidate:
- May come from a variety of background (which include but is not limited to biomedical engineering, genetics, neuroscience, ophthalmology, neuropsychology, computer science).
- Has a broad and strong interest in both theoretical and applied science.
- Should be passionate about doing research and have or be willing to develop the multidisciplinary team discipline.
- The EGRET program is supported by a MARIE SKĊODOWSKA-CURIE grant. According to the grant rules, transnational mobility is required for all PhD positions. To be eligible for a PhD position, you can not have resided or carried out your main activity time of recruitment are in the first four years (full-time equivalent research experience) of their research careers and not yet have been awarded a doctoral degree.
How to apply?
- Please submit a statement of your motivation for a specific project (1-2 pages), a copy of your CV and contact details for 2 referees (name, work address, phone, email) in a single PDF document. At the top of your motivation letter, make sure to indicate your nationality and country of residence over the last 3 years.
- If you wish for several projects, please submit a separate application for each project.
- Information on
- Applications should be submitted via:
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