A post-doctoral fellowship programme for people with quantitative skills to address questions in biomedical research.
Application now open
Cross-Disciplinary Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Cancer Research (XDF)
We are looking for an early-career quantitatively trained scientist with an ambition to achieve an independent career in data-driven quantitative cancer research. One (1) position available. This can be hosted or in collaboration with the CRUK Scotland institute. Application deadline: 11th December 2023.
A post-doctoral level Programme for physicists, chemists, mathematicians, statisticians, engineers, computer scientists etc. seeking training to become leaders in Quantitative Biomedicine.
The XDF Programme partners the School of Informatics with the Institute of Genetics and Cancer to train genuinely cross-disciplinary researchers.
Biomedical data have already attained a scale, diversity and potential that are unprecedented.
Analytically minded people with unique skillsets.
Tutorials, books, courses and other educational resources.
Scientific events, social meetups, projects, publications and more.