The School of Medicine at the Technische Universität Dresden wants to strengthen translational research and career development strategies for clinician and medical scientists in precision oncology. Therefore the new Mildred-Scheel Nachwuchszentrum (MSNZ) ‘Personalized career development in precision oncology: P2’ is being established, which is funded by the German Cancer Aid (Deutsche Krebshilfe) for initially 5 years. Situated at the NCT/UCC of the University hospital, the MSNZ is embedded in the Dresden life science-medical campus.
At the next possible point of time we would like to recruit
Research Group Leader Positions (f/m/x)
(clinician or medical scientists in precision oncology)
The aim of the programme is to subsequently offer tenured-track positions to successful candidates within the Medical School and/or clinical departments involved in the programme. The posted research group leader should lead an independent research group focussed on an innovative topic in precision oncology. The tasks include establishment of an innovative research project with international visibility, acquisition of third party funding and participation in core activities of the program.
- We expect candidates to develop a competitive, independent research program, local collaborations and integration into the clinical research and the scientific community.
- Eligible to apply are advanced medical doctors holding a doctoral degree who are in their specialized medical training and/or postdoctoral researchers aiming to establish their first independent group.
- Applicants should hold a doctoral degree, have a proven record of exceptional research and expertise in a field related to precision oncology.
Applications from abroad are explicitly welcomed.
- The programme initially funds 3 years of the own position and a competitive package for an independent research group with the option for prolongation.
- two accompanying mentors (clinical and scientific mentor), protected time for experimental research and access to high-end clinical cancer care and molecular stratification programs
- We also plan an annual retreat of all scientists in the program, training in scientific skills, scientific support, close networking with the scientists on campus and integration into existing research institutes. • For clinician scientists a leave-of-absence from the clinic is agreed on.
- The Technische Universität Dresden and the School of Medicine are committed to the concept of a family/friendly university, including childcare and dual career opportunities.
The School of Medicine at the Technische Universität Dresden seeks to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching. Qualified female scientists are encouraged to apply. Candidates with disabilities will be given preference when having the same qualifications.
We kindly ask you to apply preferably via our online form to make the selection process faster and more effective. Of course, we also consider your written application without any disadvantages. Applications can be submitted online as one pdf document and should include a CV (including training, positions, publications including articles at preprint servers, talks at conferences, grants and stipends, contact information of two references), research plan for the 3-year funding period and future plans (max. 3 pages).
Joint applications of tandem teams (two clinician scientists or one medical and one clinician scientist) are possible. We look forward to receiving your application, until March, 10th 2019, online with Registration number MSN0919481. For further Information please contact: Dr. Peggy Jungke (email@example.com) or Dr. Helena Jambor (firstname.lastname@example.org) or visit our Website www.nct-dresden.de/msnz .