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Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis and related disorders Research Unit
24 June 2016
We would like to invite applications for one position of research in the Unit of Neurology headed by Dr. Federico Vigevano. The position involves undertaking research in Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis and related disorders.
The project is focused on the natural history of pediatric Multiple Sclerosis. The main aim of the position is to make the successful candidate learn the clinical and/or instrumental elements suggesting the evolution of the first demyelinating episode towards Multiple Sclerosis. Moreover, the successful candidate will learn the use of modifying disease therapies and, in particular, the peculiar indications concerning the pediatric age.
Degree in Medicine is requested. Board certificate in Pediatrics as well as clinical expertise in the field of pediatric Multiple Sclerosis are required. The candidate should be younger than 35 years at the time of application.
A 6‐months clinical research position starting in September 2016 will be awarded to the successful candidate. Knowledge in English and Italian languages is a requirement to be eligible. Position and salary will depend on qualification and experience.
The deadline for submission of the applications is July 17th, 2016. Interview of the selected candidates will be planned from July 18th 2016 onwards.
Applications, including the applicant's CV and the name/address of two reference persons, should be submitted to email@example.com, quoting the code OPBG2016/03.
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Unit of Neurology
Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis
July 17, 2016