The EPFL School of Life Sciences will support candidates who wish to apply to the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) PRIMA program for excellent women researchers (SNSF deadline: November 1, 2020).EPFL will support applications of researchers working in any area of the life sciences, but quantitative and computational biology are particularly encouraged.
PRIMA grants are aimed at excellent women researchers who show a high potential for obtaining a professorship. PRIMA grants cover the PI’s salary as well as project funds for a 5-year period (www.snf.ch/en/funding/careers/prima/Pages/default.aspx).
The vibrant interdisciplinary research community at the EPFL School of Life Sciences fosters interactions with allied disciplines on campus, including engineering, physics, chemistry and computer sciences. EPFL offers an English-speaking work environment, competitive salaries and benefits. EPFL strives to increase the diversity of its researchers and strongly encourages women to apply.
The EPFL School of Life Sciences will evaluate pre-applications for potential institutional support in June 2020, a few months ahead of the official SNSF deadline.
Your pre-application to EPFL must include:
Your brief CV (max 2 pages), a publication list (with complete author list and annotation of the applicant’s contributions), and a 3-page research proposal for the 5-year period in one PDF file not exceeding 5 Mb. You should also indicate 2 or 3 referees who will submit reference letters (do not include letters in the pre-application file).
The deadline for the pre-application to EPFL (and receipt of reference letters) is June 15, 2020 at 17:00 CET. The complete application material, including reference letters, must be submitted to this link:
Successful applicants will be invited for interviews in August/September 2020.
Further enquiries should be made to:
Professor Michele De Palma
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