Please find the minutes of the General Assembly 2020 (in Danish, as it is a legal document): Referat 2020
Post-doctoral position in Immunology starting February 1 2021 available at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Department of Health Technology, Section of Experimental and Translational Immunology, in the group of Dr Vasileios Bekiaris.
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Open call for 3 positions at the Professor, Associate Professor and Tenure Track level at Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University. The calls are broadly within Biomedicine, including immunology and related fields. The application deadline is October 19th, 2020. For more info, please refer to: https://biomed.au.dk/about-us/vacant-positions/
On October 15th, 2020, the Scandinavian Society for Immunology will host an online meeting to mark the 50th Anniversary of the first SSI meeting held in Aarhus in 1970. The meeting will feature a lecture by Professor Phillip Goulder, FRCPCH, DPhil FMedSci, Welcome Trust Investigator and Professor of Immunology, Department of Paediatrics, University of Oxford – everyone is welcome! This will be followed by the annual general assembly of the society for all Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish Immunology Society members.
Abstract and Zoom link for Phillip Goulder’s talk will follow shortly. More information and agenda for the general assembly will be distributed through the national societies separately.
A PhD position in the group of Dr. Vasileios Bekiaris is available starting December 1 2020, at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), Department of Health Technology, Section of Experimental and Translational Immunology.
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17 PhD positions are available in Erlangen, Germany.
The application deadline is September 7.
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A PhD student position is available to study neonatal immune response, based at Biomedical Center, School of Health Sciences, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland. For more information, please click here: PhD_position_Biomedical_Center_University_of_Iceland_Ingileif_Jonsdottir_Stefania_P_Bjarnarson
A full-time position as Professor of Immunology is available at the Faculty of Medicine, Lund University. For more information, please click here: ledigkungörelse 200601.
Applications are invited from enthusiastic post-doctoral candidates to participate in a project supported by the French National Agency (ANR), 2-year position – possible extension. The research program centers on the innate immune response against viral infection.
For information on the position, please click here: Post doc position innate immunity CIRI.
Professor of Translational Immunology
A permanent full-time position as Professor of Translational Immunology is vacant at the Faculty of Medicine, Broegelmann Research Laboratory, and the Department of Clinical Science. The place of work is in the Laboratory Building at Haukeland University Hospital, in Bergen, Norway.
Broegelmann Research Laboratory is an immunological research unit organized within The Department of Clinical Science, and located in the Laboratory Building. The unit has traditionally worked with basic and translational projects related to diseases in the immune system including autoimmun disorders in collaboration with clinical departments at the hospital.
The Department of Clinical Science is one of two clinical departments at the Faculty of Medicine and covers several of the clinical disciplines within the field of medicine. There are about 350 employees at the Department of Clinical Science which is located in the Laboratory Building, Haukeland University Hospital campus. The Department of Clinical Science has medical research, supervision and teaching on a high international level. The department has important tasks in the training of new doctors, master degree programs, and PhD education within medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and nutrition.
About the work tasks/research:
The successful applicant shall lead the Broegelmann Research Laboratory (BRL) (http://www.uib.no/rg/broegelmann). In addition, the laboratory also runs the thematically focused Bergen Research School in Inflammation (http://www.uib.no/en/rs/brsi).
The successful candidate must have his/her research activity within translational immunology or similar research area. The research activity must be relevant for the activity at Broeglemann Research Laboratory.
The basic funding of BRL (approx. 3 mills NOK annually) comes from the Broegelmann Foundation. Currently this funding covers salary support for two technical staff and one administrative position. In addition, support is provided to one PhD fellowship plus support for consumables. However, it is expected that the successful candidate has experience and abilities to obtain additional national and international funding through the Norwegian Research Council, EU, etc.
Qualifications and personal qualities:
The applicant should by preference have an MD degree and must have a relevant Norwegian doctorate (PhD) or corresponding qualifications
- the successful candidate will be teaching in both innate and adaptive immunology
- the successful candidate will also supervise Master- and PhD-candidates
- emphasis will be put on the applicant’s ability to create a good research environment within own national and international networks
- emphasis will be put on the ability to achieve external funding
- basic teaching training is a requirement, both formally education and teaching experience. It is important to enclose documentation of courses etc. and teaching skills, ref. Rules for assessing educational competence at UiB.
- the teaching language will normally be Norwegian. The successful applicant must be able to teach in Norwegian or one of the other Scandinavian languages within two years of his/her appointment. Norwegian courses will be offered
Experience as leader of research projects, coordinating research activities, and strategic work will be highly regarded, also willingness and ability to work in a team will be emphasized.
We can offer:
- a good and challenging international working environment in a faculty with an academic environment that is in the forefront nationally and internationally
- professional challenges with opportunities for personal development and skills development
- salary in accordance with level 77-79 (code 1013) on the government salary scale, at present NOK 741 300 – 789 200 gross p.a. for a full-time position. In the case of a highly qualified candidate, a higher salary may be considered
- enrolment in the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund
- good welfare benefits
Your application must include:
- CV, scanned copies of your certificates
- evidence of teaching qualifications both formally education and teaching experience (educational directory)
- complete list of scholarly works, with information about where these have been published
- list of works on which the committee should place special emphasis in its evaluation with information on where they have been published
- scholarly works, or parts of such works on which the committee should place special emphasis in its evaluation (max 15)
- two referees (names and contact information)
It is very important that each of the scholarly works on which the committee should place special emphasis, is attached in its entirety.
In addition, we ask the applicant to upload the following:
● documentation of external fund raising
● research plan for the next five years (maximum five pages)
Additional information on the position is obtainable from Head of Department of Clinical Science, professor Pål R. Njølstad (Pal.Njolstad@uib.no)
The state workforce shall reflect the diversity of Norwegian society to the greatest extent possible. People with immigrant backgrounds and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply for the position.
We encourage women to apply. If multiple applicants have approximately equivalent qualifications, the rules pertaining to moderate gender quotes shall apply.
Please also refer to: https://www.jobbnorge.no/en/available-jobs/job/188809/professor-translational-immunology