Swedish Bioinformatics Advisory Program open for PhD students across Sweden – first application deadline November 17

High-throughput technologies are transforming the demands on scientists in genomics and other medical and biological research fields. As many research groups are in need of large-scale data analyses, there is a need to complement the traditional role of the supervisor with bioinformatics consulting directed towards PhD students. SciLifeLab together with Bioinformatics Infrastructure for Life Sciences (BILS) offers personal bioinformatic advisors for PhD students for up to two years of their PhD studies.

Application deadline: November 17

Confirmation to accepted students: December 19

The program is free of charge.

Link to more information and application form.