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2019 Call Abrir Cerrar

The Banco Santander Foundation – CNIO Fellowships for Young Researchers Trained in the UK/USA Programme is aimed to support highly talented and motivated young scientists who have been trained in the UK or in the USA and wish to start or continue their postdoctoral training at one of the world’s leading comprehensive cancer centres. Two successful candidates have the opportunity of spending two years at the centre developing an ambitious research project.

This programme is supported by the Banco Santander Foundation.

The call closes on June 15, 2019.

For further information on the programme, please contact our Education and Training Programmes Office at bsfpostdoc@cnio.es

In addition to this special programme you may also apply for other postdoctoral positions at the CNIO. These positions will be posted in the Jobs section of our web page along with instructions on how to apply.

Past calls: 2017 Abrir Cerrar

The Banco Santander Foundation – CNIO Fellowships for Young Researchers Trained in the UK/USA Programme is aimed to support highly talented and motivated young scientists who have been trained in the UK or in the USA and wish to start or continue their postdoctoral training at one of the world’s leading comprehensive cancer centres. Successful candidates have the opportunity of developing ambitious research projects in the centre.

The following PhD has been awarded with the grant and he will be joining CNIO during 2018.

Successful candidate

  • Name: Luis Javier Leandro
    University of origin: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA
    CNIO Research Group (Programme): Hereditary Endocrine Cancer Group (HCG)

For further information on the programme, please contact our Education and Training Programmes Office at bsfpostdoc@cnio.es

In addition to this special programme you may also apply for other postdoctoral positions at the CNIO. These positions will be posted in the «Careers» section of our web page along with instructions on how to apply.

Past calls: 2016 Abrir Cerrar

The Banco Santander Foundation – CNIO Fellowships for Young Researchers Trained in the UK/USA Programme is aimed to support highly talented and motivated young scientists who have been trained in the UK or in the USA and wish to start or continue their postdoctoral training at one of the world’s leading comprehensive cancer centres. Successful candidates have the opportunity of spending two years at the centre developing an ambitious research project.

The following PhD has obtained one of the available fellowships and will be joining CNIO during early 2017.

Successful candidate

  • Name: Sebastian A. Thompson
    University of origin: The City University of New York (CUNY), New York, USA
    CNIO Research Group (Programme): Growth Factors, Nutrients and Cancer (CCB)

For further information on the programme, please contact our Education and Training Programmes Office at bsfpostdoc@cnio.es

Past calls: 2015 Abrir Cerrar

Banco Santander Foundation – CNIO Fellowships for Young Researchers Trained in the UK/USA Programme

The Banco Santander Foundation – CNIO Fellowships for Young Researchers Trained in the UK/USA Programme is aimed to support highly talented and motivated young scientists who have been trained in the UK or in the USA and wish to start or continue their postdoctoral training at one of the world’s leading comprehensive cancer centres. Successful candidates have the opportunity of spending two years at the centre developing an ambitious research project.

The following PhD has obtained one of the available fellowships and will be joining CNIO during early 2016.

Successful candidate

  • Name: Ana Ortega
    University of origin: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), New York, USA
    CNIO Research Group (Programme): Metabolism and Cell Signaling (MO)

For further information on the programme, please contact our Education and Training Programmes Office at bsfpostdoc@cnio.es

Past calls: 2014 Abrir Cerrar

The recently launched Banco Santander Foundation – CNIO Fellowships for Young Researchers Trained in the UK/USA Programme is aimed to support highly talented and motivated young scientists who have been trained in the UK or in the USA and wish to start or continue their postdoctoral training at one of the world’s leading comprehensive cancer centres. Successful candidates have the opportunity of spending two years at the centre developing an ambitious research project.

The following PhD has obtained one of the available fellowships and will be joining CNIO during 2014.

Successful candidate

  • Name: Kurt Whittemore
    University of origin: Biodesign Institute, Arizona State University, USA
    CNIO Research Group (Programme): Telomeres and Telomerase (MO)

For further information on the programme, please contact our Education and Training Programmes Office at bsfpostdoc@cnio.es

Past calls: 2012 Abrir Cerrar

The recently launched Banco Santander Foundation – CNIO Fellowships for Young Researchers Trained in the UK Programme is aimed to support highly talented and motivated young scientists who have been trained in the UK and wish to start or continue their postdoctoral training at one of the world’s leading comprehensive cancer centres. Successful candidates have the opportunity of spending two years at the centre developing an ambitious research project.

The following PhD has obtained one of the available fellowships and will be joining CNIO during 2013.

Successful candidate

  • Name: Eleonora Lapi
    University of origin: Cancer Research UK, London Research Institute, United Kingdom
    CNIO Research Group (Programme): Epithelial Carcinogenesis (MP)

For further information on the programme, please contact our Education and Training Programmes Office at ukpostdoc@cnio.es

Past calls: 2011 Abrir Cerrar

The recently launched Banco Santander Foundation – CNIO Fellowships for Young Researchers Trained in the UK Programme is aimed to support highly talented and motivated young scientists who have been trained in the UK and wish to start or continue their postdoctoral training at one of the world’s leading comprehensive cancer centres. Successful candidates have the opportunity of spending two years at the centre developing an ambitious research project.

The following PhD has obtained one of the available fellowships and will be joining CNIO during 2012.

Successful candidate

  • Name: Christian Bär
    University of origin: University of Leicester, United Kingdom
    CNIO Research Group (Programme): Telomeres and Telomerase (MO)

For further information on the programme, please contact our Education and Training Programmes Office at ukpostdoc@cnio.es

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