The focus of this SNSF project is to image and visualize the transmission of sound from the tympanic membrane to the oval window in human temporal bone specimens dynamically. The objectives of this post-doctoral position are to:
You must hold a PhD degree in Biomedical engineering, Mechanical engineering or Physics. Experience in X-ray tomography, data analysis and image processing are considered as an asset. Programming skills are considered as plus. Working language is in English, a good level in spoken and written is mandatory. You should enjoy working in an interdisciplinary, multinational research environment. Being an enthusiastic researcher and a good team player will help to ensure your integration.
Our institution is based on an interdisciplinary, innovative and dynamic collaboration. You will profit from a systematic training on the job, in addition to personal development possibilities and our pronounced vocational training culture. This position is a 2-year position localized at the PSI and performed in collaboration with the Inselspital (University Hospital Bern). Salary and conditions of employment are according to the rules of SNF for Post-Doctoral students.
As a leading university hospital with a rich tradition, the Inselspital is part of the Insel Group and is a centre of medical expertise and high technology with an international reputation as well as being a first-class training and research centre.
PD Dr. med. Lukas Anschütz, Senior physician
Phone: +41 31 632 79 85 and
Dr Anne Bonnin, Beamline Scientist
Phone: +41 56 310 46 78