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The Biological and Chemical Engineering Section (BCE) at Department of Engineering (www.eng.au.dk) Aarhus University, invites applications for assistant professor (tenure track) or associate professor positions in Medical Biotechnology.
The main activity will be research within the area of biotechnology in the context of health-related applications and production of biological molecules. Interactions with departmental Technology programs and the AU interdisciplinary thematic centres(iFOOD, CBIO, WATEC, phyLife) are encouraged.
Focus areas are within biomolecules and cellular technologies. Hence, research activities will include one (or several) of the following topics:
- Protein biotechnology: biomolecules for advanced intervention/diagnostics/prophylaxis
- Precision medical research
- Vaccine technologies
- Evolutive and screening technologies
- Biomedical cell technologies: stem cell and cell factories
- Genome editing within higher cells and organisms: manipulation and modification of cellular pathways
- Microbiome research in health and disease
- Carbohydrate Biotechnology (tailoring and optimizing carbohydrates and glycans)
For more information, please refer to: http://www.au.dk/om/stillinger/job/assistant-professor-tenure-track-associate-professor-in-medical-biotechnology/
A fully funded 3-year postdoctoral position in the field of pDC, gene-editing and cancer cell-based vaccine technology is available from February 2019, or as soon as possible thereafter, in the lab of associate professor Martin R Jakobsen, Department of Biomedicine, Aarhus University, Denmark.
Please find enclosed the minutes of the ad hoc general assembly held on Wednesday the 12th of December (in Danish): IS Referat af ekstraordinær generalforsamling 12-12-2018
Post Doctoral position in the laboratory of Professor Tomas Mustelin, M.D., Ph.D., Rheumatology, Department of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA.
The laboratory of Dr. Wee Yong (http://www.vweeyong.com) at the University of Calgary is seeking to recruit a post-doctoral fellow in neuroimmunology. The successful candidate will select from several projects on the roles and mechanisms of neuroinflammation in mediating injury or recovery in multiple sclerosis (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=yong+vw and https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=wee+yong+v). Calgary is a cosmopolitan city in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies; it offers a world-class neuroscience program and superb indoor/outdoor activities. Please send your resume to email@example.com
Position type: Postdoctoral Position at the NIH
Position title: Cytokines and T cell immunology
Position Description: A post-doctoral position in cellular and molecular immunology is available in the lab of Dr. Hyun Park, Experimental Immunology Branch, National Cancer Institute in the main campus of the NIH in Bethesda, MD, USA.
For more information, please refer to this link: Post Doc recruit 2018
An NIH-funded postdoctoral position is immediately available in the laboratory of Dr. Barbara
Rehermann, Immunology Section, Liver Diseases Branch, NIDDK, NIH in Bethesda, Maryland, USA to
conduct translational and basic studies on immune responses to viruses, in particular those that affect
the liver, and the regulation of systemic and hepatic immune responses by the gut microbiome.
Mere information via dette link: Postdoctoral fellowship ad
Four fully funded PhD positions within Immunotherapy of Cancer and Drug Delivery are available at DTU Nanotech, Copenhagen area, Denmark.
The group of colloids and biologic surfaces at DTU Nanotech invites applications from excellent candidates for several 3-year PhD positions funded by the Novo Nordisk synergy grant.
Please find more information here: https://www.nanotech.dtu.dk/english/about-ntch/jobs/job?id=8bcbccd3-ee3e-44c2-9bd3-0eca47af714d
PhD student in immunology at Biomedical Center, School of Health Sciences, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland.
A PhD student position is available to study neonatal immune response. Neonatal immune responses are weak and short lived and they are susceptible to infections. We have shown that adjuvants can accelerate and enhance neonatal immune responses and prolong their persistence. The PhD project will focus on the effects of novel adjuvants on the quality and strength of antibody response, phenotype and function of immune cells, gene expression, longevity of antibody secreting cells and immune memory and protection from infections. The project will involve the use of neonatal mice, isolation of cells from lymphoid organs, immunohistology and cellular analysis by ELISPOT and flow cytometry, antibody measurements by ELISA and analysis of gene expression by RT_PCR or sequencing, as well as other immunological, cellular and biochemical methods.