IT Business Analyst - SW0421
The IT Business Analyst assists the IT Manager in assessingthe business model or its integration with technology within the LuxembourgInstitute of Health. He provides effective support to improve or adaptbusiness processes implemented in the ERP for administrative units (HumanResources/Accounting/Purchasing). The IT Business Analyst is in charge ofanalyzing the organization and implement a bridge between business problems andtechnology solutions, while ensuring compliance with regulatory requirementsand institution strategic needs.
New FNR PEARL Chair: Luxembourg paves the way for a new era of healthcare digitalisation
Digitalisation is moving forward fast in every field, including medicine. But how can digital tools be integrated into healthcare processes, and how should data be visualised to personalize patient care? These are only two of many questions that Professor Dr Jochen Klucken will analyse over the upcoming five years. Supported by a 3.3 MEUR FNR PEARL Chair, Prof. Dr Klucken will develop digital health concepts for Luxembourg through a joint research programme involving the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB) of the University of Luxembourg, the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) and the Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg (CHL).
HR Admin and Training Officer - VG0621
Partof the HR team, the HR & Training Officer is in charge of the complete administration of temporary staff at LIH, such as trainees, summer students andvisiting researchers and support the Training and Competencies Manager in thedevelopment and implementation of the training master plan.
Internship in Leukemia Research (Master Students) - JP0621
To be part of the Tumor Stroma Interactions research group (Head: PI: Dr. E. Moussay and Dr. Jérôme Paggetti) within the Department of Oncology at the LIH, we are currently looking for a Master Student in Leukemia Research.
Quantity and quality of sleep as a potential target to prevent diabetes in the general population
A collaborative effort from the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH), the University of Western Ontario (Canada), Aarhus University (Denmark), the Steno Diabetes Center Aarhus (Denmark), the Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg (CHL) and the Directorate of Health (Luxembourg), led by Dr Gloria A. Aguayo from the LIH Department of Population Health (DoPH), was the first to show a link between poor sleep quality and duration, and impaired glycaemic control. The results, published in Diabetes & Metabolism in May 2021, highlight the relevance of measuring sleep patterns as key factors in the prevention of diabetes.
BioIncubator Manager - 0621
A BioIncubator has recently been set up at the House of Biohealth in Esch-sur-Alzette. This dedicated space should offer a suitable entrepreneurial ecosystem composed of three main pillars: infrastructure (i.e.wet-lab equipment), environment (i.e. ecosystem of public research laboratories and companies, business networks, investors, key stakeholders) and professional business support services for the validation, launch and development of spin-off companies from public research organisations as well as of independent start-up companies in the HealthTech sector. The Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH), the Luxembourg Centre for SystemsBiomedicine (LCSB) at the University of Luxembourg (UL) and Technoport SA will lead the design and implementation of a fully operational BioIncubator within a 3-year project.
Data Scientist/Bioinformatician - GF0621
LIHis looking for a highly motivated candidate in Data Science/Bioinformatics. The focus is to support research demands of all LIH departments mostly related to the need of integration of clinical, epidemiological, digital and sociodemographic data to extract useful information and knowledge for project aimed at precision public health, biomedical research and healthcare. Overall, the candidate should be able to demonstrate a broad knowledge in statistical, machine- and deep learning methods. You will be working as a part of a cross-functional team supporting LIH’s data integration, target identification and precision health activities