14. May 2020
PhD Position in Hematopoietic Stem Cell Research
We are seeking for a highly motivated new lab member to support a project on the functional identification of human immune cells in a surrogate host. We are a young and dynamic research team and we are looking for someone very reliable and communicative that has fun of getting involved in research on hematopoiesis.
Deadline for application: 30. June 2020
Position for a Master Student available
We are looking for a highly motivated Master Student to support our team in the characterization of a human immune system in mice. Our team focuses on hematopoiesis and hematopoietic stem cell function from mice and human and we have a particular interest in the making and use of improved human immune system (HIS) mouse models. We are aiming at describing the functionality of mature human lymphoid and myeloid cells in these models in the context of type 1 diabetes treatment using pig islet xenotransplantation. HIS NSGW41 mice are an optimized model that we use to improve the understanding of the mechanisms of xenograft rejection and we aim at using them as preclinical models to improve the outcome of xenogenic islet transplantation.
We are seeking for a highly motivated new lab member to support a project on the functional characterization of human immune cells in a surrogate host.
Experience with mouse work is of advantage but not a prerequisite for a successful application. Previous experience in Immunohistochemistry and immunology-stainings would be highly appreciated. We are looking for someone very reliable and communicative, who is highly motivated to get involved in research on the characterization of a human immune system in mice. The position is available immediately.
Master student, PhD student, Post-doc
We are always looking for motivated lab members - if you are interested please send us an email or pass by.