Postdoctoral Fellowship in Liver Models: A two-year postdoctoral research fellowship is available at the Hybrid Technology Hub – Centre of Excellence, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Oslo, Norway. The position involves developing and testing female patient-derived liver spheroids to identify age and patient-specific response differences to stressors.
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Micro-Physiological 3D Liver Models
|Postdoctoral Research Fellow
|Micro-Physiological 3D Liver Models
|Hybrid Technology Hub – Centre of Excellence, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Oslo, Norway
|Ph.D. in cell biology, molecular biology, or equivalent. Experience in cell culture, molecular biology methods, and imaging techniques. Expertise in 3D cell models and micro-physiological systems is an advantage.
|Establishing a human donor-derived liver spheroid platform, conducting qualitative and functional assays, exposure to stressors, recording donor-specific alterations, and contributing to an interdisciplinary team.
|How to Apply
|Submit cover letter, CV, copies of educational certificates, list of publications, and references through the online application system.
|Last Date for Apply
|March 1st, 2024
|This information is based on a reliable source. Applicants are advised to verify details and check for updates on the official university website.
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