Move your career forward and contribute to shaping the future of healthcare!
Within the Luxembourg Institute of Health, qualified professionals with a broad and diverse range of expertise are working together to make a tangible impact on patients’ health.
Biological scientists, engineers, laboratory technicians, research nurses, statisticians, bioinformatics specialists as well as accountant or IT specialists are among the many professions represented in our research departments and support services.
Their talent, ability to collaborate and the complementarity of their skills are some of the key elements allowing us to create societal and economical value.
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LIH is a public biomedical research organisation focused on precision health and invested in becoming a leading reference in Europe for the translation of scientific excellence into meaningful benefits for patients. It offers state-of-the-art facilities and an excellent training environment for early-stage researchers (doctoral training), in particular in Life Sciences and internships.
LIH is located in Luxembourg, a dynamic multicultural country at the heart of Europe with a strong Research and Development culture supported by important financial and organisational resources. The country’s linguistic landscape is very diverse. Besides its three official languages − Luxembourgish, German and French – English is spoken commonly throughout, creating a real multilingual environment.
The Training & Workshops series is intended for early-stage researchers to help them develop competences they need for their current and future career. Dedicated members of LIH’s staff offer courses providing sound scientific, methodological and transferable skills.
LIH has been awarded the HR Excellence in Research Award from the European Commission.
The award means that LIH provides a stimulating and positive work environment with a strong commitment in investing in Researchers Talents, Skills and Career Development by aligning its human resources policies to the 40 principles of the Charter & Code (HRS4R).
EURAXESS – Researchers in Motion is a pan-European Initiative launched by the European Commission to promote research careers and facilitate the mobility of researchers across Europe. It is a platform for researchers, entrepreneurs, universities, and businesses to interact with each other.
It covers mobility issues, allows institutions to find the right talent, and connects people, projects and funding.
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