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University of Oslo
Oslo Centre for Biostatistics and Epidemiology
Sognsveien 9
0314 Oslo
Norway

Are you interested in developing new mathematical, statistical or computational models and methods to determine the best personalised treatment for each breast cancer patient?

Applications are invited for two postdoc positions of 3 years each at the Oslo Centre for Biostatistics and Epidemiology, University of Oslo. Ideally we wish to hire one postdoc with a strong competence in mathematical modelling and numerical analysis and one postdoc with a strong competence in statistical modelling, inference and computational statistics.

The two postdocs will play a key scientific role in our two cross-disciplinary international projects funded by the European Union Horizon 2020 and EraCoSysMed. The project team includes experts in statistical and mathematical modelling of cancer, in molecular biology, genomics and clinical oncology. The project has access to unique data, including clinical, imaging and high-throughput genomic data from breast cancer patients recruited in concluded clinical trials. You find more information on the project here: www.rescuer.uio.no

To apply, and for more details on the positions, see here: https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/196515/two-3-year-postdoctoral-positions-in-statistics-and-mathematics-for-personalised-breast-cancer-therapy

Deadline: 11th January 2021

We offer

*  Salary up to 55.000 Euro per annum depending on qualifications.

* A career development programme designed for researchers at the beginning of their career.

* Possibility to make teaching and consulting experiences, if wished so

* Health insurance and very attractive “Scandinavian” welfare benefits.

* A generous pension agreement.

* Oslo’s family-friendly environment with its rich opportunities for culture and outdoor activities.   


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Prof. arnoldo frigessi