The Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) is an interdisciplinary centre of the University, combining experimental, medical and computational approaches to analyse complex biological systems and disease processes. The LCSB focuses on neurodegenerative diseases. Through the establishment of research groups led by clinical scientists, the LCSB also bridges to the clinic. Technological platforms and models on different scales, covering in silico, in vitro and in vivo models in addition to patients and family studies, are the essential elements of the LCSB research strategy. To support our translational biomedical research unit we are currently looking for a highly motivated scientific project manager who enjoys making a difference.
A National Centre of Excellence in Research on Parkinson’s disease (NCER-PD) will be set up in Luxembourg with an initial funding of 8 years duration. NCER-PD will be an interdisciplinary effort, combining clinical, experimental and computational research in order to develop the foundation of a future predictive, preventive and personalized medicine in Parkinson’s disease.
The Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) is coordinating NCER-PD together with the other biomedical research institutions and hospitals in Luxembourg and in collaboration with international partners and initiatives. In order to coordinate these efforts with the principal investigators and the leadership of the participating institutions, the LCSB is seeking to appoint a
Science Project Manager for a national research programme (f/m)
- Ref: I1C-DIR-COM-080000
- Fixed-term contract for 3 years, renewable
- Employee status
The Centre for Systems Medicine (CSM) and Department of Physiology and Medical Physics, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) is seeking a postdoc for Cancer Systems Biology research.
The Centre for Systems Medicine (CSM) and Department of Physiology and Medical Physics, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) is seeking a postodc for Neuronal Bioenergetics Systems Biology reserach.
Systems Biology Ireland is seeking two post docs with background in machine learning and/or statistics for the EU project sysVASC (http://www.sysvasc.eu/). The project´s focus is on identifying patients at risk of cardiovascular disease and finding new targets for treatment based on –omics profiling.
Position 1: For a recent postgraduate
Position 2: For a postdoc with 2-4 years experience
The job descriptions and application guidelines are available at the UCD Vacancy website (http://www.ucd.ie/hr/jobvacancies/), job reference 006824.
We are looking for a postdoc for systems biology initiative. The postdoc should have considerable experience with “big data” handling, computing, bio-informatics and systems modelling. The postdoc will be situated between the laboratory of translational Immunology (prof. Radstake / dr. Borghans) and the group of Prof. R. de Boer / B. Snel (Theoretical Biology and Bioinformatics) at the UMC utrecht / UU. If interest, please sent me an email (T.R.D.J.radstake@UMCUtrecht.nl).
The post-holder will constitute part of the Systems Biology Ireland team working on the translational systems biology programme, the major goal of which is to improve diagnostic tools in solid organ and haematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Ideally the successful candidate would have experience in stem cell biology and have an interest in carrying out the following duties specific to this project:
- working with mesenchymal stem cells and primary human cell cultures
- contributing to interdisciplinary work on signal transduction network modelling
Experience in molecular cloning, flow cytometry, microscopy and 3D tissue culture systems would be desirable.
Application deadline: 27 March 2014