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nisäkässolujen valmistelu ja maljaus seulontatesteihin, nisäkässolujen
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mittalaiteilla. Tehtävään valittavan henkilön tulee myös pystyä
valmistelemaan mittalaitedata ja tehdä alustava analyysi tulosten laadun
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Nisäkässoluviljelystä (suspensio- sekä adherentit solut)
384- ja 96-kuoppalevyillä tehtävistä in vitro seulonnoista
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Lisäksi kokemus FLIPR-tetra mittalaitteen käytöstä katsotaan eduksi.
Arvostamme myös kokemusta entsymaattisista in vitro menetelmistä ja MS Office –ohjelmien, kuten Excel ja Word, hallintaa.
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post-doctoral position in the Pravetoni lab at the University of
Minnesota Medical School is available immediately
for individuals interested in development of immunotherapies to reduce
opioid use disorders and opioid-related overdoses. Our unique
multidisciplinary research program integrates rational vaccine design,
immunomodulators, formulation/delivery platforms, pre-clinical
models, analysis of B and T cell lymphocyte repertoire, GLP/GMP studies
to support regulatory approval and clinical evaluation, and ad hoc
team is currently planning Phase I clinical trials of vaccines
targeting heroin and oxycodone. Strategies and platforms
will be applied to development of vaccines or antibodies against
emerging pathogens, and agents of bioterrorism or chemical warfare.
We are seeking an independent and motivated colleague interested in leading multidisciplinary projects as well as team
efforts. For our recent publications search PubMed for “Pravetoni M”. Posting can be found at: https://hr.myu.umn.edu/jobs/ext/328252.
Our international multidisciplinary research group (https://www.btk.fi/research/molecular-systems-immunology/)
led by Academy Professor Riitta Lahesmaa is based at Turku Centre for
Biotechnology (the Centre), BioCity Turku, Turku, Finland. We are
seeking for a motivated postdoctoral researcher or project researcher
with possibility to continue work as a doctoral candidate.
in immune system and lymphocyte function lead to inflammatory diseases
e.g. rheumatoid arthritis and Type
1 Diabetes. Project will focus on studying the molecular mechanisms
underlying immune mediated diseases aiming at enabling individualized
treatment in the future.
Description of recruiting organization
Systems Immunology group aims at understanding the regulation of human
immune system to predict, prevent
and treat immune mediated disorders. We study epigenetic and
transcriptional regulation of T cells and molecular mechanisms of immune
Centre for Biotechnology is a joint research institute of University of
Turku and Åbo Akademi University.
The mission of the Centre is to promote high quality research and
training. The Centre has excellent state-of-the-art technology platforms
and expertise in single-cell omics, next-generation sequencing,
epigenomics, proteomics, computational biology and high-end
project aims at understanding how novel regulators of immune system,
recently discovered by our group,
act on a molecular level. We will use cutting-edge single-cell omics
tools, i.e. single cell sequencing and mass cytometry. We will
collaborate closely with Dr. Tapio Lönnberg, an in-depth expert in
single-cell omics and head of our Centre’s single-cell omics
facility. Our key collaborator is Research Director Laura Elo and her
group, the Medical Bioinformatics Centre, who have developed novel tools
to analyses single-cell omics data.
Qualifications, successful candidates have:
A relevant doctor’s degree (postdoctoral researcher) or a relevant master’s degree (project researcher) e.g. in
life sciences or in biomedicine
High level of motivation, self-initiative and independency
Excellent team work and communication skills in English (both oral and written)
First-rate molecular and cell biology knowledge and skills
Strong publication record in international journals (postdoctoral researcher) at least in one of the following areas:
immunology, molecular and cellular biology, autoimmunity, genetics, epigenetics.
salary is in accordance with the University salary system (for teaching
and research personnel) level 5 (postdoctoral
researcher) where the work specific salary component is 2 903,61 €/month
or levels 3-4 (project researcher), where the work specific salary
component is 2 209,17 – 2507,62 €/month. In addition, there is a share
increase based on the personal performance,
which is, at most, 50% of the base salary. The position starts at
earliest on March 1st, 2019 (or as agreed). The positions are initially
for two years, one optional year possible. There is a trial period of
Please include a CV, full publication list, list of selected publications and contact information for three references
in your application.
For further information on the positions please contact: Prof. Riitta Lahesmaa, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
. Enquiries on the application procedure may be directed to Human Resources Specialist Paula Luoma, email@example.com .
for Gene and Cell Therapy (KCT) is a world-renowned research institute
located in Kuopio, Finland. Our mission is to conduct high-level
research on basic and translational fields of gene- and cell therapy.
The centre’s niche is in the interface between academic, basic research
and the commercial biotechnology industry. KCT provides an exciting
environment for applied research, discovering, establishing and
developing them through Phase I clinical trials and utilizing some of
the most advanced analytical and mechanistic proof-of-principle
approaches in the sector.
Now we are
seeking for an efficient manager to coordinate our in vivo studies to
support the development of investigational gene- and cell therapies. The
successful candidate will be responsible for designing, implementing
and overseeing of animal studies including pathology, histology and
molecular analytics. The candidate must have a strong in vivo
pharmacology experience. This person will work closely together with
internal project teams and external collaborators and therefore have
excellent communication skills.
Design and manage in vivo experiments for gene- and cell therapy pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetic and efficacy studies.
Follow the field of experimental animal science and applicable technologies
Work in close collaboration with research teams and animal facility personnel.
Analyze data, interpret results and design subsequent studies.
Present and document research plans, results and apply for necessary project licenses and authorizations.
MSc with several years’ experience or PhD from applicable field
Strong experience with in vivo animal experimental models
Excellent oral and written communication skills in English
Must be able to multitask and collaborate in multidisciplinary environment
Strong motivation, flexibility and ability to troubleshoot
offer young and dynamic working environment. Possibility for career
development in a growing international research center. Be part of our
The Neuroscience (NS) Department at Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research (NIBR) in Basel, Switzerland, is seeking a Scientist with Molecular and Cell Biology skills to join a lab focusing on neuroscience. The specific focus of the team is to modulate neuroinflammation to ameliorate or halt pathology in neurodegenerative diseases.
As part of a multidisciplinary, highly collaborative team, you will independently plan, execute and analyse experiments and interpret data aiming at the discovery of new therapeutic targets and drug leads. The group is using complex primary cell culture models, but also establishing cellular high and medium throughput assays to assess therapeutic efficacy of antisense oligonucleotides, antibodies or low molecular weight compounds under relevant physiological conditions. On top of a solid neurobiological background, good knowledge of and experience with immunological methods would be an asset.
You will present data in meetings within the department and contribute to writing of research documents and publications. Furthermore, you will interact with multiple groups within our department as well as with other groups and external colleagues and have the opportunity to represent the lab in project team meetings.
Master’s degree in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology or another relevant Life Science discipline
Several years of post-graduate experience in industry or academia in drug discovery or related laboratory research
Proficiency in Molecular and Cell Biology techniques, comprising but
not restricted to cultivation and manipulation of cell lines and primary
cell cultures, biochemical assays (e.g. recombinant DNA technologies,
cytokine assays, second messenger assays, ELISA, signaling assays,
western blot) and high content cellular imaging technologies
Excellent understanding of pathway biology and experience in solving drug discovery related biological questions
Proven experience with complex cellular models, in particular with ES
cells and or iPS cells and confocal microscopy is advantageous
Highly motivated team player with refined collaboration skills
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Fluency in English (oral/written)
Division NIBR Business Unit NEUROSCIENCE Country Switzerland Work Location Basel
Novartis Pharma AG Functional Area Research & Development Job Type Full Time Employment Type Regular
Would you like to participate in scientific
innovation that makes a difference in patients’ lives? And do you have
cell culture experience?
Then join AGC Biologics as a Scientist in Upstream
Process Development and become part of an international and modern
organization that delivers biopharmaceutical development and
manufacturing. We get it right. On time.
The Department The Upstream Process Development group is responsible for cell
line development, cell culture process development, fermentation process
development, process characterization and upstream process and
technology transfers. Projects range from early pre-clinical development
through all phases of clinical development all the way to commercial
supply. Upstream Development is also responsible for all cGMP cell
banking activities, design of platform processes and evaluation and
implementation of new upstream technologies and techniques.
The work environment in our department is very informal. There is
constant collaboration across the entire organization, and all employees
have a very professional and flexible attitude towards their work.
Responsibilities and tasks
As a Scientist you will be involved in multiple upstream development
projects, and participate in multi-disciplinary project teams including
upstream, downstream and analytical scientists working in close
collaboration with the clients’ scientific teams.
The upstream process development team is covering both microbial and a
mammalian cell culture projects. Depending on the future needs and your
experience and skills, you will be involved in working with cell line
development, cell culture process development, optimization and
manufacturing support. The process development is performed in scales
from a few mL up to 100L. Development, evaluation and scale up of new
process methodologies in the development laboratory are some of the
responsibilities of the team.
The job includes:
planning and coordination of activities and experiments
verbal and written reporting to clients
strategic technology development
technical guidance within development and manufacturing
technical advice to business development
Experience and competencies Ideally you hold a PhD in Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Biochemistry or Biochemical Engineering. In addition, you have:
a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience from the industry
demonstrated strong expertise within developing upstream processes
thorough understanding of how modifications in cell culture conditions affect the quality and functional activity of proteins
experience in handling bioreactors; fed-batch and/or continuous cultivations
good interpersonal and communication skills
ability to handle several projects simultaneously
experience in planning, performing and reporting experiments
fluency in English, written and spoken
AGC offers AGC offers a dynamic working place with good opportunities of
working with a varied array of tasks and challenges. You will get
insight into and experience with the way the various departments
throughout a contract manufacturing organization interact in order to
achieve success. Exciting and challenging assignments will constantly
come your way, and you will to a large extent be able to plan your daily
work yourself. AGC offers an informal working environment, where humor
is part of the daily work life. We respect each other and our individual
differences. AGC’s employees have a flexible attitude and we help each
other to reach deadlines together as one team.
further information regarding the position please contact Lena Nielsen,
Director of Upstream Development, firstname.lastname@example.org.
will process the applications as they arrive. Therefore, please submit
your application and CV as soon as possible and no later than January
Our group is funded by
the Academy of Finland, Cancer Foundation Finland and Helsinki
University Hospital Research Funds. We are part of the Medical Faculty’s
Translational Immunology Research Programme as well
as participate in multiple collaborations within and outside of
We are seeking
dedicated and enthusiastic candidates with a Master’s degree in
cell/molecular biology, developmental
biology, bioengineering, biomedicine,
or other appropriate field. The applicant should have practical experience of standard cell biology techniques. Previous experience
in molecular biology and gene expression analysis is considered an advantage. We also expect good communication skills (both Finnish
and English) and ability to interact efficiently in a team.
Our overall goal is to define and develop a curative cell-based treatment for the severe multi-organ genetic disease autoimmune-polyendocrinopathy-candidiasis-
ectodermal dystrophy. APECED is caused by loss-of-function
mutations in the AIRE gene which is the master regulator of immune
tolerance, operating both in the thymus and in peripheral lymphoid
organs. We currently work with iPSCs derived from
APECED patients, correct the mutated gene by lentiviral introduction
and in collaboration with international partners aim
to redifferentiate the gene-corrected cells to the phenotypes that
normally express AIRE. The efficiency and engrafting potential of
the gene-corrected cells
will be tested in vivo in animal models.
We will offer a competitive salary based on previous qualifications, experience
and personal performance in the position according to University pay-scale. A six-month trial period will be applied.
We use a
wide range of molecular, cellular, and imaging techniques and thus
offer a multidisciplinary, international and inspiring research
environment with access to state-of-the art technologies.
A postdoctoral position is currently available in Leslie Sombers’ Lab at NCSU (https://www.somberslab.org/)
on projects related to monitoring endogenous opioid neuropeptides in live brain tissue using fast-scan cyclic voltammetry, microdialysis, and HPLC-MS.
project(s) will integrate multidisciplinary approaches including
electrochemistry, optogenetic and chemogenetic manipulation, and
postdoctoral position in neuroscience is available immediately at the
Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of Medicine in the
laboratory of Kurt F. Hauser. The
candidate will study fundamental mechanisms underlying glial dysfunction
and synaptodendritic injury in the striatum and hippocampus following
opioid and HIV exposure.
candidate will have the opportunity to integrate basic cellular and
molecular approaches aimed at elucidating how opioid abuse exacerbates
glial dysfunction and synaptodendritic
injury in neuro-acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (neuroAIDS). The
candidate will join a team that utilizes multi-disciplinary cell
signaling, pharmacological, immunological, neurophysiological (including
optogenetics), and behavioral strategies to explore
opioid-HIV interactions in murine (in vitro and in vivo) and human (in
vitro) models. Cutting-edge imaging facilities, which include
structured illumination and multiphoton microscopy are available. A
Ph.D., M.D. and/or equivalent doctoral degree with experience
in cellular and molecular neuroscience or neuropharmacology is
essential. Additional experience in neurophysiology and/or optical
physiology (genetically-encoded voltage and calcium indicators) is
highly desirable. The candidate will be provided with significant
training in those disciplines with which they are less familiar, as well
as significant mentoring to facilitate their transition to an
independent research career.
individuals are encouraged to forward a curriculum vitae, a list of
three references, and a statement of research interests and career goals
to Kurt F. Hauser,
Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology, Institute for Drug &
Alcohol Studies, VCU School of Medicine, Molecular Medicine Research
Building, 1220 E. Broad St., Richmond, VA 23298 (email: email@example.com).
are looking for a postdoc or project researcher in Biostatistics as
part of our multidisciplinary and international team of experts in the
Computational Biomedicine group
at the Medical Bioinformatics Centre, Turku Centre for Biotechnology.
The applications should be submitted at the latest on 4.2.2019 using the electronic system.
The application should include a motivation letter,
CV, list of publications, contact information for 3 referees, and copies
of relevant degree certificates. A link to the electronic application
system can be found at https://www.utu.fi/en/university/come-work-with-us/open-vacancies