The Assistant Professor will be affiliated with Centre for Mathematical Modeling - Human Health and Disease, which is part of the Section of Mathematics and Physics within the Department of Science and Environment, see https://candidate.hr-manager.net/ApplicationInit.aspx?cid=1310&ProjectId=146603&DepartmentId=18970&MediaId=5&SkipAdvertisement=False
One of the focus areas within the research centre is mathematical modelling and analysis of cancers of the blood forming system in close collaboration with clinicians. These cancers often require aggressive treatments and have a poor prognosis. Personalized prediction of treatment response and disease progression is of great interest. Up to now the impact of different mutations and regulatory signals on disease dynamics is insufficiently understood. Mathematical models can help to close this gap and to better understand fundamental disease mechanisms. This field of research at Roskilde University has recently been strengthened by a Lundbeck Foundation Fellowship (Principal Investigator, Prof. Thomas Stiehl, Aachen University and RUC, http://www.thomas-stiehl.de/) and the Assistant Professor will be an important collaborator in this project encompassing PhD students and faculty and co-supervised by Prof. Johnny Ottesen and Assoc. Prof. Morten Andersen. See http://dirac.ruc.dk/cancitis/
We wish to invite the participation of the ESMTB community to a mini-symposium on emerging frontiers in application to understand complex phenomena in biology and ecology. This mini-symposium is being organized under the auspices of SciCADE 2022.
The International Conference on Scientific Computation and Differential Equations (SciCADE, https://scicade2021.hi.is/) is a biennial meeting that focuses on scientific computation using numerical methods for, among other, differential equations and dynamical systems.
The next meeting (SciCADE 2022) will be hosted by the University of Iceland, Reykjavík, during July 25–29, 2022.
An expression of interest to participate and, if possible, a tentative presentation title can be sent to Sam Subbey (email@example.com) by Dec. 20, 2021.
As a Severo Ochoa Center of Excellence, BCAM offers 6 PhD fellowships in each frame of the programme, on the following project theses:
Potential advisors: J. Fernandez de Bobadilla and J.B. Bru.
4. PhD position in Mathematical Modeling
4.1. Mathematical models for animal-to-human spillover events: assessing risks of new pandemics
4.2. A radical approach to Alzheimer’s Disease via next-generation computational and experimental methods / PhD research project invitation towards a novel radical route in tackling Alzheimer’s Disease.
Potential advisors: E. Akhmatskaya, M. Rincon Bonilla, S. Rodrigues and M. Aguiar.
5. PhD Positon in Artificial Intelligence
Potential advisor: J.A. Lozano.
6. PhD position in Data Science: Data Science for Climate Change
The stay in Bonn is fully financed by HIM, so that successful candidates can apply for leave from their home institutions. We recommend stays of 4 months, but visits as short stays of a few weeks are possible, too.
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