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Candidates should beholding a MSc degree in Engineering (or equivalent), with demonstrated experience in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in hydraulic or morphodynamic applications in estuarine
quality of life. The successful PhD candidate is expected to work in close collaboration with a second PhD researcher in Computer Sciences and Engineering Technology, young people with CP and care providers
You will play a key role in the collaborative ‘PRISMA’ project (Polygenic Risk scoring and deep-Immunophenotyping Strategy to Master Alzheimer’s disease). Complex diseases like AD have unknown causes, and are usually diagnosed when already in a more advanced stage. Knowledge of the very early...