PhD Student Positions in Immunology, Inflammation, Infection & Systems Immunity
with up to 4 years fixed-term contract, full-time. Start date for the first PhD students will be in autumn 2016. Further positions can be filled over the next 24 months.
The research-intensive program, by tackling next-generation immunology challenges from wet-lab procedures to big data, aims to respond to the unmet need of training the next generation of competent immunologists in an interdisciplinary environment covering analysis of “omics” and clinical data, as well as basic and translational biomedical knowledge, and their practical application to diagnosis and ultimately therapy. The program includes transferable skills
training, support in career development, scientific lectures by international speakers and annual PhD retreats.
PhD candidates will conduct their research projects either at the Department of Infection and Immunity at LIH (Esch-surAlzette), at the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine or at the Life Sciences Research Unit of the University of Luxembourg (Campus Belval, Esch-sur-Alzette). A number of projects involve a collaboration with the Department of Dermatology and Allergy Centre of the University of Southern Denmark (Odense, Denmark). Depending on the project,
PhD candidates will be enrolled at the University of Luxembourg or at the University of Southern Denmark.
The program will allow the candidates to obtain a PhD degree in biology or health sciences with a specialisation in either:
• Fundamental immunology
• Infectious diseases
• Chronic inflammation and autoimmunity
• Molecular and cellular allergology
• Epigenetics applied to immunology
• Systems immunology
• Computational analysis applied to immunology
We are seeking for excellent and highly motivated candidates holding a Master’s degree in a field related to the topics
of the PhD program (MSc or equivalent). Fluency in English is mandatory – English is the working language.
Applications including a cover letter stating the envisaged specialisation, a full curriculum vitae and a copy of the relevant diplomas showing marks should be sent until 30th July 2016 through our website www.lih.lu/jobs. Ref: CM/DTUN0616/MO/DII
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Fulltime clinical research fellow(m/v)
Start September 2016
The Upper Airway Research Center is performing research in disease of nose and sinuses, like allergic rhinitis, rhinosinusitis and polyposis. We currently perform cutting edge research with biologics and new concepts in immunotherapy, which will change the future of management of upper airway diseases.
Be responsible for all medical aspects of clinical trials (screening of participants, follow up study, reporting adverse events. Ensure the proper functioning of the clinical trial center (CTC) in collaboration with the clinical research coordinator.
Publication of research (may lead to a phD thesis, if of interest)
• You have medical degree
• You are enthusiastic about rhinology and immunology
• You are punctual and work accurately
• You have good knowledge of English
• You are willing to learn Dutch
• You can work independently and in a team
• You have a good knowledge of frequent ICT applications
• You have good social and communicative skills
• Fixes working hours
• A dynamic and motivating work environment in a team
• Possibility to combine the jow with a phD
Please send motivation letter and CV to Professor Claus Bachert/
Last updated 13 July 2016