Geneva University, Faculty of Medicine
PhD position in
Brain biomarker discovery and validation
A PhD student position or equivalent is available at the Translational Biomarker Group
(TBG), Faculty of Medicine, Geneva University, Switzerland (starting June 1 st 2019).
We need a well-qualified young scientist to join our team of disease biomarker discovery to work on exciting new projects discovering, validating and developing multiplexed assays and diagnostics in the field of neuroscience. These assays will enable multiple new markers to be measured on a single biological sample. The position includes the use of mass spectrometry, immunoassays, bioinformatics and biostatistics.
Applicants must have a master or engineer degree in pharmacy, chemistry, biochemistry, or related disciplines. The ideal candidate should have knowledge with proteomics, mass spectrometry, immunoassay development, design control and antibody selection, optimization and purification. Assays include ELISA, biochips and other platforms as appropriate. The ability to communicate clearly and share technical knowledge with other researchers is crucial. Proficiency in English is mandatory.
If you feel you are a dynamic and independent scientist who has the potential to contribute to this exciting and challenging project, please submit your letter of interest,
C.V. and the names and addresses of three referees to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Review of the applications will start the 15 th of April 2019 and until the post is filed. All enquiries will be treated in strictest confidence.
Prof Jean-Charles Sanchez
Translational Biomarker Group
Faculty of Medicine, CMU
1 rue Michel Servet
1211 Geneva 4, Switzerland