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Within the Luxembourg Institute of Health, qualified professionals with various expertises are working together striving for excellence. Physicians, biological scientists, engineers, laboratory technicians, research nurses, statisticians, bioinformatic specialists, datamanagers, accountants... are among the many professions represented in our research departments and support services units.

Their talent, their ability to collaborate and the complementarity of their skills are some of the key elements allowing us to create societal and economical value.

Are you ready to bring your talent at the service of biomedical research?


  • PhD Student in Computational Immunology - Nextimmune DTU - LCSB JG

    DII ALL C - Allergology - Immunology - Inflammation Research Unit

    PhD Student

    “Prediction of causal regulatoryinteraction networks based on large-scale time-series data”
    29, rue Henri Koch, Esch-sur-Alzette L-4354, Luxembourg
    20/03/2018 14:31:00
  • PhD Student in Computational System Biology - Nextimmune DTU - LCSB AD

    DII ALL C - Allergology - Immunology - Inflammation Research Unit

    PhD Student

    NEXTIMMUNE,standing for “Next Generation ImmunoScience: Advanced Concepts for DecipheringAcute and Chronic Inflammation”, is a competitive PhD training program, supported by the doctoralresearch funding scheme PRIDE of the Luxembourg NationalResearch Fund FNR. It aims to bridge classical immunology and big-data analysisscience in a structured doctoral training environment.
    29, rue Henri Koch, Esch-sur-Alzette L-4354, Luxembourg
    20/03/2018 14:31:44
  • PhD Student position in Cellular and Molecular Biology - Nextimmune DTU - JS0218- LCSB

    DII ALL C - Allergology - Immunology - Inflammation Research Unit

    NEXTIMMUNE, standing for “Next Generation ImmunoScience: Advanced Concepts for Deciphering Acute and Chronic Inflammation”, is a competitive PhD training program, supported by the doctoral research funding scheme PRIDE of the Luxembourg National Research Fund FNR. It aims to bridge classical immunology and big-data analysis science in a structured doctoral training environment.
    29, rue Henri Koch, Esch-sur-Alzette L-4354, Luxembourg
    08/02/2018 11:41:55
  • 8 PhD Student -1 Postdoctoral Researcher Positions - MICROH : Microbiomes in One Health

    DII - Department of Infection and Immunity

    PhD Student

    MICROH, which stands for “Microbiomes in One Health”, is a competitive, interdisciplinary PhD training programme, sup- ported by the PRIDE doctoral research funding scheme of the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR). MICROH aims to study interactions within and between microbiomes in relation to two major healthcare challenges of our time, i.e. the spread of antimicrobial resistance genes and the increasing prevalence of chronic diseases. MICROH bridges microbiology and big data analytics in a structured doctoral training environment.
    29, rue Henri Koch, Esch-sur-Alzette L-4354, Luxembourg
    19/07/2018 09:12:30