Group leader position
The Division of Computational Systems Biology at the University of Vienna is offering a
Group Leader Position in Bioinformatics. The Group leader will actively contribute to teaching in bioinformatics, perform independent research in bioinformatics and contribute to the self-administration of the university. Depending on the performance in research and education, the possibility of a postdoctoral lecture qualification (“venia legendi”) will be provided. Read more...
Student research assistant positions
We are continuously looking for student research assistants in the fields of:
- programming of web server applications
- programming of applications in computational biology
- scientific journalism and public dissemination of our work
Payment will be arranged according to the FWF personnel costs table. Period of employment and the number of weekly hours are up to individual agreements (up to 10 hours per week are possible).
Students interested in computational biology and having a reasonable background in one of the fields mentioned are encouraged to apply to Thomas Rattei.
Graduate student (pre-doc) positions
From project funding we are regularly hiring graduate students working on computational biology research projects in our lab. Payment will be according to the FWF personnel costs table. If your background and interests match one of our research areas, please get in touch wih us via e-Mail to Thomas Rattei.
We encourage computational biologists in their early career (typically up to 3 years after their PhD defense or getting their PhD soon) to contact Thomas Rattei for job opportinuties in our lab. Numerous funding sources for post-doctoral fellowships are available:
- The Austrian Science Funds (FWF) has several funding programmes supporting Post-doctoral fellows: Stand-alone projects for funding the own position, the Meitner programme for international researchers incoming to Austria, and several carreer development programmes for female scientists.
- The European Research Council (ERC) offers several Marie-Curie fellowships for Europeans on non-Europeans. There are versions for Postdoctoral researches relocating within Europe (IEF), or for coming back to their home country (ERG, IRG), for example. The ERC also offers Marie-Curie fellowships for researches of any nationality, the Marie Curie International Incoming Fellowships, to finance research at a European host institution.
- EMBO Long-Term Fellowships support post-doctoral researchers for visits up to two years. For eligibility, the applicant must move between countries and must have passed her/his PhD exam in the two years prior to the respective application deadline. Deadlines are 15 February and 15 August.
- The Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) offers Postdoctoral Fellowships to nationals of participating countries. These are (as of 01/2011): all EU member countries, Australia, Canada, India, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, the Republic of Korea, Switzerland, and the USA. The application deadline is typically towards the end of November.
- FEBS Long-Term Fellowships are available for up to 3 years of postdoctoral work. Application deadlines are usually April 1st and October 1st.