Assistant professor, Clinical Neurophysiology Group (full-time)
Job descriptionResearch in the group Clinical Neurophysiology (CNPH) is performed at the interface of basic neuroscience and clinical neurology/neurophysiology.
We focus on cerebral ischemia and epilepsy, aiming to improve understanding of pathophysiological processes involved...
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PhD Food Chemistry – Revealing polysaccharide molecular structures
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We are looking for a PhD student to investigate the chemical fine structure of heterogeneous polysaccharide mixtures using comprehensive LC x LC chromatography with an in-line degradation/modification reactor. The PhD student will set up rapid separation...
PhD position “How to restore intertidal flats for ecological value?”
Tidal flats and salt marshes are valuable intertidal ecosystems that support rich food webs and may also contribute to coastal safety. Many of these intertidal environments have been lost during the last decades, raising questions on how to manage or restore these valuable...
PhD position: Physical systems biology
We have multiple vacancies for PhD and postdoc projects in the System Biology group, where we are combining tools from physics and biology to study the physical bases of behavior in cells and small organisms. Specific projects include:
(1) Superresolution and...
PhD position: Biophysical studies on virus-cell interactions
The budding field of Physical Virology develops at the interface of Physics, Biology, Chemistry and Medicine and this research field has seen a tremendous growth in recent years. In my lab we focus on several sub-fields of Physical Virology, in particular we study the structural...
PhD position: Physics of cancer development
Studies over the last few decades have revealed cancer to be a frightfully complex disease. Most recently it was shown that the cells within a single tumor are strongly different from each other. This heterogeneity is a major stumbling block for drug therapies, which typically...