Your opportunity to make an impact
We are looking for passionate people to develop Sano into the world-class research centre for advanced computational medicine
Multidisciplinary PhD programme crossing the boundaries between:
- Medicine, health sciences
- Computer science, data science, computational science
- Biomedical engineering
Degrees and training courses organized by:
- University of Sheffield
- AGH University of Science and Technology
- Jagiellonian University Medical College
- University of Amsterdam
Collaboration with research teams at Sano:
- Close contacts with the University Hospital in Kraków
- Participation in international projects
- Collaboration with industrial partners
Training and research exchange programme:
- Advanced courses at the University of Sheffield and other foreign partners of the Centre
- Six months abroad (long + short visits)
Call for PhD Students
As a key part of its operations
PhD programme at Sano means
Direct access to the developed technological solution on every stage of its development
Possibility to co-supervise the resultant PhD Thesis (provided the proposer has the ability to supervise PhDs in her/his own institution)
Ability to consult and influence the final shape of the created solution to the stated clinical problem
Access to training programs, courses, workshops and seminars offered by Sano
Having Sano as a hosting institution for a new personal grant (we offer comprehensive proposal development support: writing, impact assessment, initial market evaluation, IP protection strategies, etc.)
In cases of exceptionally successful projects (i.e. the most promising ideas/solutions) the possibility of joining the commercialisation track by e.g. becoming a medical advisor in a new spinout company
Endless possibilities for discussions and co-development: new product ideas, new grant proposals etc.
And the most important: creating an opportunity of an important clinical problem being efficiently addressed by a technological solution
Call for clinically relevant research topics
Welcome to CracowWith a documented history dating back to the 7th century, Kraków is one of the oldest cities in Poland. Approximately, 1.7 million people live in the metropolitan area, making Kraków the second largest city in Poland. The city is located on the Vistula River and is also the capital city of the Lesser Poland region (pl. Małopolska). An unquestioned architectural gem, Kraków attracts millions of tourists every year and has consistently earned high scores in international tourist destination rankings.
Capital of science and businessWith no less than five major universities (including the Jagiellonian University – one of the oldest surviving universities in the world), and more than 200 000 students from all over the world, contributing to the cosmopolitan character of the city. Undoubtedly it is also main business hub for the southern part of Poland. Here meet many polish and international companies, which makes this are really promising for Life Science and medical industries in particular, as well as a wide variety of other biotech, medtech, bioinformatics and technology start-ups.
Artistic and cultural centreCracow is also the artistic and cultural centre of Poland, with plenty to do all year round. There are numerous museums, art galleries, historic monuments and churches, including the world-famous Main Market Square and the magnificent Wawel Royal Castle. The city has gained international recognition in the academic field too.