Start your PhD with us! Application deadline has been extended to February 10, 2020!

Apply for ESR position 12 in ENTWINE

ENTWINE is a 4-year Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovation Training Network (ITN), funded by the European Union and started as of September 2018. The Network trains 15 Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) for high quality PhD training.
Since ESR12 is going to make use of the developments in several other ESR projects (See ESR’s: 6, 8, 9 and 11), she/he has ideally some understanding of topics in these projects and she/he must have excellent skills of connecting people and building relationships. The ESR will develop skills through a combination of courses, seminars and research activities (i.e. including data collection, analyses and syntheses) in order to develop a methodology for successful implementations of eHealth technologies. The ESR will build upon a systematic review to understand what kinds of implementation models and systems have been used to implement technology to support Informal care. The current position is available due to a change in the personal situation of the current person. The ESR will have 36 months to complete the PhD project, considering a start as soon as possible. A paper or publication related to implementation of eHealth is a recommendation. More info click here

The PhD student will be selected for a 3-year advanced multidisciplinary and intersectoral research training, preferably starting in March 2020. You can apply for this position until February 10, 2020.

Do you consider applying?
Please carefully read the Application Guide for all specific information on the application and selection procedure.

Your application consists of two documents:
1. Application form (Word file)
2. Application files (PDF-file containing several documents, such as CV, Motivation letter - see Application Guide)

You submit your application by sending an email with both documents (Application form & Application files) attached to with email subject ‘ENTWINE – application ESR12’. The maximum size of the attachment is 5.0 MB.

Click here to find more information about the 15 research projects.