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Sahlgrenska Academy, Institute of Biomedicine, Department Medical Biochemistry and Cell Biology, Mucin Biology Groups is recruiting a researcher. The laboratory uses English as the main language of communication and proficient in spoken and written English is essential. The Mucin Biology research groups currently comprises around 25 researchers with 9 PIs, see also www. medkem.gu.se/mucinbiology/Duties
The small intestine has a complex protection system based on two different types of mucins. This project deals specifically with transmembrane mucins and their function in normal and diseased intestine, especially Crohn's disease. The project uses mouse models with a similar chronic disease. The project includes several sub-projects.Qualifications
PhD degree in a relevant field and a docentship. Shall have experience of research at an internationally leading position on transmembrane mucins. Knowledge and extensive experience in mucin biology research is a requirement. Own independent research, compilation of results, and publication. Research experience is evaluated on publications.Employment
The employment is limited (temporary) for 9 months and full-time with placement at the Institute of Biomedicine. First day of employment as agreed.Contact information for the post
If you have any questions about the position, please contact Professor Gunnar C. Hansson, phone:+4631 786 3488, +46709 490005, e-mail: [email protected]Unions
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The application should contain proof of completed PhD.
Applications must be received by: 2024-02-19.
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