Second round of DDLS Fellow recruitment now open

Are you interested in engaging in scientific research using data-driven approaches in a cutting-edge scientific environment? Then consider applying for a DDLS Fellow position! The SciLifeLab and Wallenberg National Program for Data-Driven Life Science (DDLS) are now recruiting 19 high-profile young researchers as DDLS Fellows.

Each Fellow will be recruited under tenure track principles (usually) and will receive a recruitment package of 17 MSEK (about 1.6 MUSD) for a 5-year period, covering their own salary and other resources, such as two PhD students and postdoc positions.

The SciLifeLab and Wallenberg National Program for Data-Driven Life Science (DDLS), funded by the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, continues its mission to recruit and train the next generation of life scientists. In this second recruitment phase, the program aims to recruit 19 new Fellows, specializing in any of our four key research areas: data-driven precision medicine and diagnostics, data-driven epidemiology and infection biology, data-driven cell and molecular biology, and data-driven evolution and biodiversity.

By becoming a DDLS Fellow, you will join the vanguard of next-generation data-driven life scientists and will contribute to establishing globally leading computational and data science capabilities in the field of Swedish life science. You will play a vital role in propelling the data-driven paradigm shift in life sciences and conduct groundbreaking research at the forefront of your specific area of expertise. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with top-tier researchers and help forming a strong global research community that cultivates interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral initiatives.

The future of life science is data-driven. Will you be leading that change with us? Then join us in this unique program! If you know someone who might be interested in applying? Share this with them!


Last updated: 2023-07-18

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