The SYMPHONY consortium is a collaboration between the Departments of Pediatric Hematology and Hematology of all six Academic Hemophilia Treatment Centers in the Netherlands (Erasmus MC, AMC, UMCU, UMCG, LUMC, Radboudumc), Department of Public Health Erasmus MC, Sanquin Diagnostics & Sanquin Research, Department of Medical Humanities UMCU, three pharmaceutical companies and the Dutch Patient Society (Netherlands Society of Hemophilia Patients; NVHP).
The SYMPHONY consortium has a yearly General Assembly and many multidisciplinary meetings. The PhD will participate depending on the WP in available and required PhD courses and international conferences.
Qualifications and skills
For these PhD projects we are in search of motivated researchers who have recently graduated as either a biomedical scientist, biochemist, medical biologist, medical doctor (WP06) or a closely related discipline. It is preferable if you have experience in biochemical techniques and laboratory diagnostics for WP03. You also should have excellent writing and communication skills in both English and Dutch.
We are looking for enthusiastic candidates with good social and communication skills, who are ambitious and pro-active, and can work independently. A ‘can do’ mentality, analytical mindset and a demonstrable ability to work in a multidisciplinary team.
Being able to present a certificate of good conduct, a valid proof of identity, diploma’s and/ or relevant registration such as BIG/ RGS are conditions for the appointment.
For more information about this position, please contact Dr. Simone Reitsma, project manager SYMPHONY, phone number: 010-7038200 or contact Dr. Marjon H. Cnossen, principal investigator SYMPHONY, phone number: 010-7036691