Hot on the heels of the news of the upcoming ICECReam activity in Odense, there is more happening in Denmark that you may be interested in.
The Nordic Institute of Chiropractic and Clinical Biomechanics are looking for Early Career Researchers; PhD students and postdocs, from outside Denmark to come and do some research with them. Professor Jan Hartvigsen heads a collaboration between the University of Southern Denmark and the Nordic Institute and they have a fantastic set-up with great facilities and best of all; money they want to use to fund these positions.
Click on the link below for some more details. Please note that it is not necessary for the applicant to be a chiropractor, despite the fact that you may get that impression from the funding guidelines. Professor Hartvigsen and the team in Odense are very keen to encourage multidisciplinary research and researchers from any background will be considered as long as the research topic is relevant.
So, if you’re looking for an opportunity to go somewhere nice and welcoming and work with some smart people on interesting projects, have a look at the document. If you think this might be something for you, send Prof Hartvigsen an email, he’d be delighted to hear from you and can answer any questions you have, his email address is on the funding guideline.
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