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This position is associated with the MAGRes project (Multiparametric

MR approaches for non-invasive glioblastoma therapy response follow-up

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This project is hosteby the CIBER group CB06/01/0010. The candidate will be

physically based at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), where the

Biomedical Applications of MR group is located, under guidance of Dr. Ana Paula

Candiota and Dr. Margarida Julià-Sapé for preclinical brain tumor biomedical

imaging/spectroscopy data processing/postprocessing. The candidate will also

interact closely with Prof. Andrés Santos from CIBER group CB06/01/1044

(Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) for software development/implementation

and Dr. Alfredo Vellido, from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC BarcelonaTech)

for machine learning approaches. This project has received funding from the ATTRACT
projectfunded by the EC under Grant Agreement 777222.
The candidate will participate in the tasks of multiparametric magnetic resonance

data processing and postprocessing, as well as their analysis, through state-of-the-art

machine learning techniques. Specifically, data will be MRI and MRSI from a Bruker 7T

preclinical scanner and software for processing and postprocessing both commercial

and ad hoc software. The final goal is to find a joint surrogate biomarker of active

immune system participation in response to therapy of preclinical models of glioblastoma.

This information will be integrated in a software package which will be developed for analysis

and display of such data in order to provide, in a reliable and real time manner, information

about response to therapy.
You should have: • A degree in biomedical engineering, computer science, telecommunications

engineering, or similar areas. Background in machine learning and/or data science

will be a plus. • An excellent command of the English language (C1), and willingness

to learn some basic Spanish during your contract period, in order to interact with the

rest of the research group. • Specifically, you should be able to prove

your programming skills. Command of Java and/or Python programming

as well as Matlab/R will be an asset.


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A genuine interest in biomedical imaging, cancer and research
should motivate your application, since you will be based
in a Biomedicine research Unit, surrounded by Biochemists.
• You should be ready and able to travel to Madrid for interaction
with the software development team.

 
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Procedencia:
Institución:Universitat Pompeu Fabra   y Nokia Bell Labs París
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The BAnDIT project (advanced Blockchain Attacks and Defense

Techniques), is an Innovation Training Network funded under

the European Commission’s Marie Skłodowska­ - Curie Programme

that aims at developing an advanced platform to test real persistent

threats to Blockchain Technology and assess the weaknesses of

blockchain applications/systems as well as fostering partnership

between Industry and Academia in a powerful emerging technology

of great impact in our society.

The project is structured around 4 Individual Research Projects (IRPs),

one for each Early Stage Researcher (ESR) within 4 main research topics:

Formal analysis of the blockchain technology 
Advanced attacks and defense techniques for blockchain-based applications
Auditing systems for blockchain-based applications
Economic and legal foundations
We are looking for highly motivated young researchers with a Master degree

(or equivalent) in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Economics

or related disciplines, willing to study and do research at the leading edge

of blockchain technologies.

PhD's students will be appointed for 36 months. All the fellowships provide a highly

competitive remuneration package (basic, gross salary higher than 3200€)

complemented by mobility and family allowances (for eligible candidates).

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IBA research, report Us Too? Bullying and Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession. PDF Print E-mail

Marla, london 15 may 2019


The International Bar Association - the global voice of the legal profession, publishes a landmark piece of research: Us Too? Bullying and Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession.

The report reveals the nature, prevalence and impact of bullying and sexual harassment in legal workplaces, and provides recommendations to help eradicate such conduct. The launch of the report in London, England, marks the beginning of the IBA's global campaign to raise awareness and engage with the profession on this topic.

https://www.ibanet.org/bullying-and-sexual-harassment.aspx

 
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--Procedencia:
Institución:IRBLleida - UdL
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Clinical Neuroscience group is a multi-disciplinary team of professionals

that aims to elucidate the pathophysiological basis of stroke and investigate

better preclinical models by assembling collaborative and novel therapeutic

tools for stroke patients. Our studies have direct bearing on AIS patients,

offer insights into potential therapies (remote ischemic tolerance)

and describe new biomarkers for the disease (etiology, risk of recurrence,

bad outcome).
The Clinical Neuroscience group leverages resources (clinical research

and preclinical models of stroke; Hospital Universitari Arnau de Vilanova

and IRBLleida-UdL) to approach scientific questions across the

multidimensional commutative discovery-translation-application continuum paradigm.

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