The University of Hong Kong (HKU) has launched a new postdoctoral fellowship scheme named the Presidential Postdoctoral Fellowship (HKU-PPF) with the objective of hosting the world’s finest postdoctoral talents to undertake frontier research at HKU. They will receive an attractive stipend with additional accommodation, research and conference grants as well as other appointment benefits. The fellows will have the opportunity to live in a vibrant city, work at a leading global university, and conduct research in an environment that drives for excellence and impact. This scheme is for aspirational talents of the highest calibre.
The Ho Laboratory at the School of Biomedical Sciences of HKU (holab-hku.github.io/) is conducting excellent research in the area of single cell analytics, medical artificial intelligence (AI), and biomedical big data technologies. Candidates who are interested in applying for the HKU-PPF through the Ho Laboratory is advised to contact Dr Joshua Ho in the first instance (www.sbms.hku.hk/staff/joshua-wing-kei-ho).
Typical candidates will be fresh PhD graduates of leading global universities with highest distinction and awards, although outstanding postdoctoral candidates within two years of graduation from a PhD program may also be considered. Applications are invited year-round but should be submitted at least six months before the proposed appointment start date.
Email Dr Joshua Ho email@example.com