A post-doctoral position is open for a dedicated scientist to explore the molecular mechanisms governing normal and pathological angiogenesis (see Roukens et al. Nature Cell Biology 12(10):933-942 (2010)). The proposed project will include studies in mice and zebrafish as well as biochemical and molecular analyses in primary human cells. Expertise in molecular biology and biochemistry is essential and experience with mouse and zebrafish model systems would be beneficial. Through funding provided by the Dutch Cancer Society (KWF), the position is available for two years in the first instance, with the possibility of an extension. The successful candidate will be encouraged to apply for fellowships.
The LUMC is an internationally renowned centre of biomedical research and a faculty of one of Europe’s leading universities. It is located in the beautiful university town of Leiden.
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