08 December 2021 11:00 AM
Lecture Series Infection & Immunity - Next-generation of multi-omics research:going to the single cell - Prof Karsten Hiller: "Suppressing the ﬁre: immunomodulatory metabolites in macrophages"
09 December 2021 11:00 AM
Lecture Series Cancer Research - "Nationwide team science for multi-omics-guided precision oncology" - Prof Stefan Fröhling
Administrative Assistant/Receptionist - EP1221
The Administrative Assistant/ Receptionist will mainly be responsible for: 1 Carrying out miscellaneous administrative activities and basic secretarial duties; 2/ Ensuring the effective functioning of the reception desk
Post-doctoral Fellow in Computational Biology:Tumour heterogeneity and resistance mechanisms - AG112
We are currently looking for a Post-doctoral Researcher to be part of the interdisciplinary project between NORLUX Neuro-Oncology laboratory (PIs: Dr Anna Golebiewska, Prof Simone Niclou) and Multiomics Data Analysis group (MODAS, PI: Dr Petr Nazarov) within the Department of Cancer Research at the LIH,
Post-Doctoral Researcher in Biomonitoring of Human Exposure to Pollutants - BA1121
The Human Biomonitoring Research Unit (HBRU) is specialized in the assessment of human exposure to pollutants and on the study of exposure-associated health outcomes. Research activities rely on both animal experimentation and human volunteers within epidemiological studies. The laboratory is equipped with up-to-date analytical equipment mainly consisting in CG-MS/MS and UHPLC-MS/MS).
Technology & Data Expert - BG1121
The “Human Motion, Orthopaedics, Sports Medicine, Digital Methods” (HOSD) unit is a transversal and translational research platform of the Luxembourg Institute of Health (LIH) conducting and supporting research related to movement, physical activity, physical function and mobility using laboratory-based, free-field, real-world and digital tools in orthopaedics and sports medicine as well as in other disease areas.
PhD student : DNA Repair in Glioblastoma Tumour Propagating Cells - EV1121
The DNA Repair and Chemoresistance Group of the Department of Oncology carriesout fundamental and translational research on the molecular mechanismsgoverning DNA repair, chromatin dynamics and chemoresistance in cancer. Ourmain research interest resides in the identification & validation of novelDNA repair-based strategies to improve cancer treatment, with a particularfocus on glioblastoma (GBM). In this context, we have recently described a DNA repair and cell-cycle gene expression signature that segregates GBMpatients in two major groups and exposes potential therapeutic vulnerabilities.
Internship in Nutritional Epidemiology/Public Health (Master Students) - TBFV1121
To be part of the “Food, Diet, Nutrition & Health (NUTRIHEALTH)” (Group Leader: Dr. T. Bohn) within the Department of Population Health at the LIH, we are currently looking for a Master Student in Nutrition, Nutritional Epidemology, Public Health or Bio-informatics with a focus on Diet & Health or comparable.