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If you are a driven early career basic researcher or physician-scientist working in the cardiovascular field, willing to share your ideas with the young ESC community and actively contribute to the scientific, educational and advocacy activities of the ESC, apply to join the SoT nucleus!
Two new SoT nucleus members will join our team starting January 2019!
Priority will be given to early career group leaders or young faculty members (till max. 5 years after the first faculty position) working on basic or translational cardiovascular science in Europe, who are usually under 40 years old, highly motivated, inventive and communicative with good English skills and have made a considerable and impactful contribution in basic cardiovascular science. Gender and geographical representation in the SoT nucleus will be taken into consideration. Most importantly, applicants MUST be SoT members (via our LinkedIn network) to apply for being part of the SoT nucleus.
Applicants should submit the following to email@example.com before 1st of December 2018:
A support letter by the employer or a mentor and/or a Fellow of the ESC is recommended, but not required.
The “Scientists of Tomorrow” (SoT) is the group of young, proactive, basic and clinical researchers, who work closely with the Council on Basic Cardiovascular Science to fulfill its mission in promoting and supporting basic science among young ESC members. Members of the "Scientists of Tomorrow" will contribute to the scientific, educational and advocacy activities of the ESC paving the way of its future.
The SoT community continues its development via the LinkedIn platform where basic scientists from all around the world are able to exchange easily about major issues and discoveries. Reaching the SoT community on LinkedIn means strengthening your network.
Meet the Scientists of Tomorrow
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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