The PIPgen network brings together 9 leading European basic and clinical institutions and 3 private companies experts in the PI3K/PTEN- related diseases, to train 15 researchers in a wide range of scientific and complementary competences. Selected candidates will carry out specific projects under the supervision of a Principal Investigator within one of the 11 world-leading European host institutions from the network. They will also perform secondments in other institutions within the network to provide the needed interactions to achieve research and training excellence, and to improve their future career perspectives.
Fellows will be enrolled in a PhD programme and will receive an outstanding and tailored training designed specifically for them. The embedding within the PIPgen network, with experienced trainers from academia and industry and from two research environments (clinical and basic), offers a unique multidisciplinary and multisectoral training opportunity in the field of PI3K/PTEN-related diseases.
The Innovative Training Network (ITN) “PIPgen - PI3K/PTEN-related monogenic disease to understand cancer" is recruiting 15 highly motivated PhD candidates through an international transparent and open recruitment procedure. The fellowships are funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme under the ITN-Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement Nº 955534.
To apply and for further information on the PIPgen network, please visit www.pipgen.eu.
Applications must contain the following documents (in pdf):
The EACR is grateful for the continued support of its Industry Partners: