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Perform scientific research in the framework of the continuation and valorisation of the doctoral work. More concretely:
The laboratory for In vivo Cellular and Molecular imaging (ICMI) is a multidisciplinary team performing research on the development of novel molecular imaging and molecular therapy applications, mainly based on Nanobody-tracers.
We are recruiting a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher to develop an independent research line on intravital fluorescence imaging to better understand the behavior and effect of nanobody-tracers at microscopic level. Your main task will be to perform research for ongoing and upcoming projects on the subject, but you are also expected to participate in guiding Master or PhD students and participate in writing research grants.
You will become part of the In vivo Cellular and Molecular Imaging (ICMI) laboratory (https://mima.research.vub.be/en) and will report to one of its principal investigators, Prof. Sophie Hernot.
You will be part of a highly interactive research unit, gathering professors, postdoctoral fellows, doctoral students, research associates and technicians, all working together towards a common goal, creating clinical impact with novel molecular imaging and therapy applications.
You should hold a PhD in Medical Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Bio-Engineering Sciences, or equivalent.
As an employee of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, you’ll work, every day, in a dynamic, diverse and multilingual environment. Our campuses are located in the middle of a green oasis at the edge of the capital city of Flanders, Belgium and Europe. That city centre, with all its opportunities and possibilities, is easily accessed by public transport in less than half an hour.
Depending on your experience and your academic merits, you’ll receive a salary in one of the grades that have been set by the government. Standard inclusions include hospitalisation insurance and the free use of public transport for your home–work commute. And if you prefer to bike to work? There’s compensation for that too. On both[VB1] campuses, there are extensive sport facilities available to you and childcare facilities within walking distance.
For more information on what it’s like to work at the VUB, go to www.vub.ac.be/en/jobs.
Applications can only be made ONLINE
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|Title||Postdoctoral researcher 'In vivo Cellular and Molecular imaging'|
|Employer||Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)|
|Job location||Boulevard de la Plaine 2, 1050 Brussels|
|Published||January 22, 2021|
|Application deadline||March 15, 2021|
|Job types||Postdoc  |
|Fields||Biomedicine,   Molecular Biology,   Medical Imaging,   Cell Biology,   Molecular Medicine  |