Biophotonics@Tyndall is offering new fully funded PhD positions in an already diverse and dynamic team. You will join an exciting and stimulating environment at one of the world-leading photonics centres – IPIC at Tyndall National Institute in Ireland. This will provide many opportunities for stimulating PhD training in close collaboration with clinicians and industry. The intention is to form an inclusive top-class PhD student cohort of which we would really like you to be part. This cohort of enthusiastic and talented new PhD students from diverse backgrounds will create an amazing environment for inspiring and successful training. Six well-motivated early carrier supervisors and two experienced mentors will support you.

This will all happen within this newly established collaborative Biophotonics@Tyndall research programme led by Professor Stefan Andersson-Engels. The team’s focus is to form close collaborations with clinicians, research centres and companies to accelerate biophotonics technology and rapidly deliver breakthrough technologies into the hands of health-care providers. Using photonics as a driver for the faster development and deployment of more accurate, less invasive diagnostic and treatment methods for cancer and other diseases.

The positions will offer great opportunities for learning and to become internationally visible as successful candidates emerging from Biophotonics@Tyndall, which is becoming a key player in the field. The candidate is expected to be creative, self-motivated, and should help to sustain the efficient and friendly atmosphere established within the diverse Biophotonics team and beyond, to all teams at IPIC and Tyndall.

Contract: Full Time/Fixed Term

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