PhD Research Fellow in “Organ on a chip” development
Applications are invited for a 3 year position as a PhD Research Fellow at the newly established Centre of Excellence “Hybrid Technology Hub” at the University of Oslo, Norway. The overall objective of the Hybrid Technology Hub is to develop a “organ on a chip” platform that reproduces core energy metabolism within energy regulating organs of the human body and which will allow real time data acquisition upon exposure to therapeutic tools.
The Centre of Excellence “Hybrid Technology Hub” is located at the Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, at the University of Oslo, with partners in UK at the University of Glasgow (Prof. Nikolaj Gadegaard) and Imperial College, London (Prof. Molly Stevens).
- Applicants must hold a Master’s degree with a strong scientific background relevant to the position (should have minimum grade B, ECTS grading scale)
- Scientific creativity and ability to drive own research ideas to a successful conclusion
- Excellent written, oral and presentation skills (English)
- Proven ability to work and collaborate within a multidisciplinary environment
- Applicants must have essential expertise in differentiation, handling of pluripotent stem cells
The following desirable skills will count in the assessment of the applicants:
- Expertise in cell biology and disease models
- Result oriented
- Good communication skills
- Entry-level leadership potential
- Salary NOK 449 400 - 505 800 per annum depending on qualifications in a position as PhD Research fellow, (position code 1017)
- Attractive welfare benefits and a generous pension agreement, in addition to Oslo’s family-friendly environment with its rich in opportunities for culture and outdoor activities
- A friendly and stimulating working environment
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