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Postdoctoral position, University Hospital Essen, Germany

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Developing bio-nanotechnological tools for the precision immunotherapy of cancer.

The project will be conducted in close co-operation with the groups of Prof. Dr. Schlücker (Faculty of Chemistry) and Prof. Dr. Saccà (Faculty of Biology), both University of Duisburg-Essen. We will apply an interdisciplinary approach integrating immunology, colloidal chemistry, and bionanotechnology to design, construct and apply molecular tools that selectively mark and target defined immune cells in the tumor microenvironment. In vitro cell systems, 3D organ model systems and animal model approaches will be used. You will be responsible for the design, performance and analysis of all cell-based experiments in the project. Multi-cellular systems will be established to mimic complex tumor environments. You will have the opportunity to present your findings at national and international conferences.

For details about the postdoctoral position offered at Sven Brandau's lab, please click here.

The University Hospital Essen offers first class medical services in the Ruhr metropolis. Every year, 225.000 patients are treated in 26 clinics, 23 institutes and specialized centers. The over 6.000 employ-ees offer medical care with state-of-the art diagnostics and therapies, which meet highest international standards. Patient care is connected with basic and translational research at an internationally compet-itive level. State-of-the-art core facilities, including imaging, cell sorting and sequencing are available on site. The oncological research of our faculty was rated #2 nationally and #18 worldwide in the most recent "U.S. News Best Global Universities Ranking".