18 PhD and Academic Positions at University of Turku, Finland



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The University of Turku, located in Turku in southwestern Finland, is the third largest university in the country as measured by student enrollment, after the University of Helsinki and Tampere University. It was established in 1920 and also has facilities at Rauma, Pori, Kevo and Salo.

 Research Coordinator to Turku Bioscience Centre 
Professor or Assistant / Associate Professor (tenure track) of Political Science 
Professor or Assistant / Associate Professor in Quaternary Geology 
Researcher/Project Engineer – Cell Imaging and Cytometry Core 
Assistant / Associate Professor (tenure track) of the Finno-Ugric Languages 
Research Assistant or Project Researcher (hourly-based) at the Turku Center for Disease Modeling 
 Post-doctoral Researcher – Single-cell genomics 
Postdoctoral Researcher – Immunology or Immunology-based Drug Development and/or Diagnostics (max. 10 positions) 
Group Leader/Senior Researcher (Fellow) – Immunology or Immunology-based Drug Development and/or Diagnostics (max. 5 positions) 
 Two Professors or Assistant / Associate Professors in Immunology or Immunology-based Drug Development and/or Diagnostics 
Fixed-term postdoctoral researcher position on Barnacle Goose movement ecology 
One to two Professors or Assistant / Associate Professors in Materials Science and Engineering 
Professor or Assistant / Associate Professor (tenure track) in Radiochemistry 
University Lecturer in English (fixed-term) 
 University Teacher in German (fixed-term) 
University Lecturer in Law 
Associate Professor (tenure track) of Psychology 
Project specialist/Postdoctoral researcher in medical bioinformatics 

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