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As a postdoc you shape the CoRPS/NTR collaborative project. You will work with existing data from the Netherlands Twin Register and biobank, with a focus on combining and analyzing genetic and physiological data, thus:
In addition to attractive perquisites (Tilburg University is among the most valued non-profit employers) and an appealing, international work climate, we offer a temporary employment for 23 months. Your salary is in accordance with the level of the position and co-determined by your experience and schooling.
Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Tilburg University is een moderne gespecialiseerde universiteit. Het onderwijs en onderzoek van de Tilburg School of Social and Behavorial Sciences (TSB) zijn georganiseerd rond de thema’s Health, Care & Well-Being, en People, Work, & Organizations. Met een inspirerende werkomgeving daagt de school haar medewerkers uit om hun ambities te verwezenlijken. Betrokkenheid en samenwerking zijn daarbij belangrijke uitgangspunten.
Center of Research on Psychology in Somatic diseases (CoRPS)
CoRPS is one of the multidisciplinary research institutes of Tilburg University and part of the Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Founded in 2008, and recognized as Center of Excellence in 2014, CoRPS is a cooperation between the departments of Medical & Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Neuropsychology and Methodology and Statistics of Tilburg University, and a solid strategic collaboration with partners from the medical community that have an excellent clinical profile and an established scientific expertise.
In this unique project, CoRPS is starting a collaboration with the Netherlands Twin Register (NTR) at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. The NTR was established around 1987 by the department of Biological Psychology and follows twins and their family members through large-scale survey studies and also invites subgroups of twin families for dedicated research projects, including biomarker and molecular genetic studies. NTR research projects have a focus on the genetic epidemiology of complex human traits, including mental diseases, personality and neuropsychology and takes part in many large-scale national and international consortia (see also: http://www.tweelingenregister.org/).