Postdoctoral Researcher in Cancer Immunotherapy Research - The Medical Immuno-Oncology Research Group (MIORG, https://www.miorg.fi/), as part of the Institute of Biomedicine at the University of Turku, is seeking an enthusiastic and experienced Postdoctoral Researcher to work on a project related to cancer immunotherapy development. Under the leadership of Academy Research Fellow, Adjunct Professor Dr Carlos Rogerio de Figueiredo, we invite a skilled Postdoctoral Researcher to advance projects in cancer immunotherapy development. Apply between 3 November 2023 and 11 December 2023 16:00 (Europe/Helsinki).
Open position for a Postdoctoral or Doctoral Researcher in Guidance of Cell Migration Research – The Cell Communication Research Group at the University of Helsinki. The Cell Communication Group led by Dr. Kari Vaahtomeri is seeking for a cell biology enthusiast to work on the research fields of vascular biology, adaptive immunity, and membrane dynamics. We use, for example, live microscopy to investigate how lymphatic endothelium guides dendritic cell migration and interactions. Deadline for applications is December 18, 2023.
Job opening for multiple postdocs in the group of Dr. Biswajyoti Sahu at Centre for Molecular Medicine Norway (NCMM, Nordic EMBL partnership), in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Oslo to study cancer epigenome reprogramming using state-of-the-art single-cell to single-molecule omics technologies in exciting model systems. Deadline for applications is December 21, 2023.
Open position for a postdoctoral research fellow on identifying toxin function using mass spectrometry-based proteomics at the University of Oslo. Position as Postdoctoral Research Fellow is available at the Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis, Department of Biosciences (IBV), University of Oslo. The Undheim group is interested in questions in evolutionary biology that relate to how evolutionary innovations and novelties emerge and how they interact across levels of biological complexity. Animal venoms are excellent models for this purpose: They are cocktails of bioactive polypeptides (“toxins”) that often potently and selectively target important physiological processes in their victims, and that have evolved through the modification of existing “housekeeping” proteins and peptides. The fellowship will be for a period of three years. Preferred starting date is no later than 01.04.2023. Deadline for applications is December 22, 2023.