Research Technician in Biomathematics
Basque Center for Applied Mathematics -BCAM offers a Research Technician position to work on the development and analysis of mathematical models to understand the dynamics of infectious diseases transmission and the impact of control measures. This project is to be carried out withing the BMTF project framework.
We seek promising young researchers, eventually interested to develop a PhD project on infectious disease dynamics.
Note that a PhD position is to be financed by a national or international call. Candidates must apply for the PhD grant individually, with the support of the host institution and supervisor.
The preferred candidate will have:
• Strong background in statistics
• Information Technology Background
• Knowledge of bio-statistics and experience in advanced programming are essential.
Applicants must have their Bachelor’s or Master degree preferable in computer science, mathematics or quantitative life sciences field