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.
22 April 2021 11:00 AM
WEBINAR: Lecture series Cancer Research: "Role of stromal heterogeneity in metastatic spread and immunotherapy resistance in cancer" - Dr Fatima Mechta-Grigoriou
Student Jobs - School/ Uni holidays 2021
Jump in a real-life work experience during your summer holiday or vacation time and explore summer student jobs opportunities at LIH!
Internship in Digital Marketing and Communication (Master students) - GF0421
To be part of the “Deep Digital Phenotyping Research Unit” (Group Leader: Dr. G. Fagherazzi) within the Department of Population Health at the LIH, we are currently looking for a Master student in Digital Marketing and Communication.
26 March 2021 04:00 PM
WEBINAR: Lecture series in Infection & Immunity - "Genetic and immunological causes of life-threatening COVID-19" - Prof Jean-Laurent Casanova
25 March 2021 11:00 AM
WEBINAR: Lecture series Cancer Research: "Towards the molecular blood count: from small non-coding RNAs to single cell resolution immune system data" - Prof Andreas Keller
Communication Officer - AA0321
The Communication Officer provides communication and marketingexpertise to enhance the visibility and reputation of LIH across a wide rangeof international/local scientific and non-scientific audiences. She/he hasresponsibility for performing public outreach activities to generatevisibility, raise awareness, build the brand reputation and promote the goalsand activities of the institute. She/healso is also responsible for internal communication activities.
PhD Student in cancer invasion research - CT0321
The Cytoskeleton and Cancer Progression (CCP) group belongs to the Department of Oncology, whose activities focus on the cellular and molecular mechanisms of tumor progression using a wide range of cutting edge technologies, including genomic, transcriptomic and proteomic analyses, and in vitro and in vivo imaging modalities as well as state of-the art animal models for cancer research. The CCP group focuses on actin regulatory proteins and related signaling pathways driving tumor cell invasion and immune evasion, with the goal to identify new prognostic markers and therapeutic targets (see our webiste). We combine biochemistry, cell biology, reversegenetics and advanced live-cell imaging approaches as well as mouse models of breast cancer metastasis.