DTI International Postdoctoral Programme
The DTI and TIGEM are opening a Call for Applications of their International Postdoctoral Programme. This Programme will be cofunded by the European Union Seventh Framework Programme, Marie Curie Co-funding of Regional, National and International Programmes (COFUND). It is a competitive call for Postdoctoral positions fulfilling the criteria of incoming and reintegration mobility according to the EU FP7 definition (see Call for Applications).
The positions, offering competitive salaries consist in research activity and training in a strong research environment spanning many areas of research. It will normally last for three years
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(P.I., lab head)
additional (workshops and practical courses attended)
research experience (postgraduate and postdoctoral)
(e.g. Maternity, military service,
Please list your publications according to the following style:
All Authors (year) Title. Journal_Name Volume_number:starting page-last page
Please upload manuscripts (in pdf format) accepted for publication in a single zip format file
- The publications in press must be uploaded together with the editor’s letter of acceptance.
- Do not upload all your publications! Upload just the eventual publications in press.
oral or poster presentations
Please list your presentation according to the following style:
All Authors. Title. Meeting name, location/city, state, country, dates
Please list your awards according to the following style:
Award Name; Award Date; Award Description
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statement of research interests / scientific goals
Please state here your past research interests and future expectations.
Try to highlight what you think are your qualities and motivations for initiating a highly competitive postdoctoral training in biomedical research.
With reference to Legislative Decree n. 196/03, art. 13 (Law about personal data protection), we hereby inform you that the personal data that you are sharing with us by applying for the Dulbecco Telethon Institute International Postdoctoral Programme will be collected by the “Fondazione Telethon", with legal office in Rome (Via Carlo Spinola, 16), with the aim to verify your matching with the requirements stated in the Programme call, and in case of award, to allow us to carry out all the activities related to the formal recruitments.
Your personal data will be filed in our archives and processed by the “Fondazione Telethon" both by paper and electronic format, in compliance with all the security and confidentially measures fixed by Law. Your personal data may be transmitted to third party, made responsible for the personal data treatment, who should carry on all the necessary activities for the selections of candidates for the Dulbecco Telethon Institute International Postdoctoral Programme. Your personal data will not be transferred abroad or publically shared.
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We also specify that art. 7 of the legislative decree 196/03 attributes specific rights to citizens. In particular, you can address a request to the person in charge of the data treatment of the “Fondazione Telethon”, the Scientific Director and the General Director, in order to obtain the updating, correction, integration, deletion of your data.
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to the aforesaid processing of my personal data.