PhD “Coagulation and Transfusion Management in High Risk Patients”
About the role
The PhD will be responsible for screening and inclusion of participating patients and running the experiments and trials. In addition to the research, the PhD student will be responsible for writing reports and scientific articles, and will be participating in national and international scientific meetings. As a student in the AMC graduate school the PhD student will have access to further training and development. We offer a challenging learning environment in a young team. The PhD student will have significant interaction with the other PhD students of our research group.
medical degree has a preference
affinity with anesthesiology and intensive care medicine, especially coagulation and transfusion is an advantage
excellent organizational and communicational skills
knowledge of SPSS/ MS Excel. R data processing skills and knowledge in Castor database are an advantage
previous research experience is an advantage
fluent in Dutch and English (written and spoken)
effective team-player in a multi-disciplinary environment
capable to work diligently and independently with a good share of enthusiasm
previous ANIOS experience is an advantage
A jump start to your career in research work.
All te space for you to contribute shaping the care of tomorrow.
Working on large-scale and research project, with motivated colleagues from all over the world.
We offer a contract for a year (12 months) with the intention to be extended for the project duration (3 years).
Number of hours is 28-36 hours per week / 0.9-1.0 fte
The base salary does not include holiday pay (8%) and a year-end bonus (8.3%).
In addition to excellent accessibility by public transport, AMC also has a sufficient number of parking spaces for employees.
Pension is accrued at Be Frank.
About the project
We offer a 3-year position for a highly motivated and enthusiastic candidate for a PhD position for research on coagulation and transfusion management in patients at high risk for bleeding and thrombotic complications, such as patients undergoing major cardiovascular surgery or patients requiring mechanical circulatory support right at the interface between anesthesiology and intensive care.
About the workplace
The Intensive Care department of the Academic Medical Center, Amsterdam occupy a leading position internationally in its field of research and participate in a large number of cooperative programs with universities, research institutes and industry. One of the main research lines is the broad field of coagulation management and transfusion medicine. The research group of the Department of Intensive Care and the Department of Anesthesiology exists of a multidisciplinary team with backgrounds in internal medicine, anesthesiology, intensive care medicine, biochemistry and artificial intelligence.
For more information, Marcella Muller (intensivist) email@example.com and/or Henning Hermans (Cardio-Anesthesiologist) firstname.lastname@example.org for questions regarding the position.
For more information about the application process please contact Tanja Hart, Recruitment adviser, via email@example.com or via 06-21603178.
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