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PhD position in Nanoscience with a focus on Light / Electronmicroscopy

 
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WorkplaceFribourg, Ch. des Verdiers 4, North Romandie, Switzerland
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Duration3-4 years
Occupation rate
100%
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The Adolphe Merkle Institute (?url=www.ami.swiss&module=jobs&id=26478" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">www.ami.swiss) is an established independent center of competence associated with the University of Fribourg. AMI prides itself with an unusual blend of fundamental and application-oriented research within a multidisciplinary setting and strives to be a leader in interdisciplinary research on soft nano-science.

Description

The Adolphe Merkle Institute (AMI) at the University of Fribourg in Switzerland invites applications for one PhD position in the BioNanomaterials group which is co-chaired by Prof. B. Rothen-Rutishauser and Prof. A. Fink. The goal of the SNSF funded project “Long-term fate of internalized nanoparticles in macrophages” is to study (i) the dynamics of nanoparticles after cellular internalization including trafficking and agglomeration, and (ii) to combine light and electron microscopy methods to provide accurate number projection of intracellular particles.

Requirements

Applicants must have a MSc or equal degree in Cell Biology and Light / Electron Microscopy. Excellent skills in the domain of microscopy techniques to analyze sub-cellular structures are expected. Enthusiasm for top-quality research and good oral and written English communication skills are a must.

We offer

We offer a uniquely stimulating interdisciplinary research environment at the interface of cell biology and bionanomaterials, state-of-the-art laboratories, excellent working conditions, a competitive salary in accordance with the Swiss National Science Foundation guidelines, and outstanding career prospects.

Contact and Address

Please send your complete documentation (including letter of motivation, CV, copies of pertinent certificates, and contact details of two references) to Prof. Barbara Rothen-Rutishauser, Adolphe Merkle Institute, University of Fribourg, Ch. de Verdiers 4, CH-Fribourg, Switzerland, barbara.rothenunifr.ch . Please state “PhD student BioNanomaterials” in your motivation letter and in the subject header!

Email

Phone

026 300 95 02

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