The Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares (CNIC) is a public research institute dedicated to excellence in cardiovascular research and to translating new knowledge into real improvements in clinical practice. This modern building is equipped with the latest scientific equipment, including state-of-the-art imaging technologies, and a comprehensive research-support infrastructure.
The CNIC is a research institute in Madrid with a modern infrastructure and ample funding to carry out world-leading biomedical research.
The Intercellular Signaling in Cardiovascular Development and Disease group led by Dr. José Luis de la Pompa is looking for competitive postdoctoral candidates to apply for extramural funding (Juan de la Cierva, Ramón y Cajal, Marie Curie contracts) to join his laboratory.
The project will aim to the identification and functional analysis in mice of the genomic targets of Notch signaling during ventricular chamber development.
Candidates should possess
- Applicants must be highly committed researchers with a doctoral degree related to biological sciences and with track-record in the field of biochemistry, developmental biology and/or bioinformatics.
- Applicants must have at least 2 first-author publications.
- High level of English.
The CNIC offers
- Incorporation into a newly created and growing Research Center of international scientific relevance, within the public sector and managed by a Foundation.
- Integration into a young team, in an excellent scientific environment. Access to a modern infrastructure and advanced technologies.
More information about one of the possible calls can be found in CNIC IPP
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