Phys2BioMed opens 15 positions of Early Stage Researchers (ESRs) for three year research projects at the premises of 11 European partners. The positions are available in project “Biomechanics in health and disease: advanced physical tools for innovative early diagnosis”
About the project:
- The network “Biomechanics in health and disease: advanced physical tools for innovative early diagnosis” (Phys2BioMed) will involve sixteen partners (eleven beneficiaries, hiring young researchers, and five partner organisations, supporting training and research), merging diverse competences at European level, from different fields like nanoscience and nanotechnology, physics, biology, and medicine.
- Applicant must be excellent and highly motivated candidates with a master degree in Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Bioengineering, Medicine or related subjects, and strong interest and experience in cellular biology, biophysics, bioengineering, biomedicine, physiology, and related disciplines, including advanced microscopy, statistics and computer science.
- Candidates are expected to have dedication and enthusiasm for experimental research, combined with openness and curiosity, and the ability and willingness to team working in an interdisciplinary environment.
- Candidates can be of any nationality but need to demonstrate transnational mobility
- Candidates must be in the first four years (full-time equivalent research experience) of their research careers, and have not been awarded a doctoral degree.
- Good proficiency in written and spoken English is required (at least level B2).
Open positions and contact details:
- UMIL – Università degli Studi di Milano, Milano, Italy (Project Coordinator).
Main contact: Prof. Alessandro Podestà, firstname.lastname@example.org (webpage).
ESR1: The influence of the microenvironment of healthy and tumoural cells.
ESR2: Nano-mechanical fingerprints of extracellular matrices from healthy and tumoural tissues.
- CEA – Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives, Grenoble, France.
Main contact: Dr. Jean-Luc Pellequer, email@example.com (webpage)
ESR3: Nano-mechanical response in stressed and diseased living root tissues.
- CNRS – Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Lille, France.
Main contact: Dr. Frank Lafont, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ESR4: Towards automation for nano-mechanics characterization of biological samples in diseases.
ESR4 is a joint PhD project (CNRS/IBEC).
ESR5: Nano-mechanics response measurements of cells and tissues in cancer.
- CHUGR – Centre hospitalier universitaire de Grenoble, Grenoble, France.
Main contact: Dr. Arnaud Millet, email@example.com.
ESR6: Nano-mechanical signature of cancerous tissues and its relation to the associated immune response.
- IBEC – Fundacio institut de bioenginyeria de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain.
Main contact: Prof. D. Navajas, firstname.lastname@example.org (webpage).
ESR7: Tissue and extracellular matrix rheology in lung diseases assessed by AFM. ESR7 is a joint PhD project (IBEC/INSERM).
ESR8: Tissue and ECM mechanical fingerprints of lung cancer.
- INSERM – Institut national de la sante et de la recherche medicale, Marseille, France.
Main contact: Dr. Felix Rico, email@example.com.
ESR9: Fast phenotyping of cell mechanics.
- WWU – Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universitaet Muenster, Munster, Germany.
Main contact: Prof. Hermann Schillers, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ESR10: Dynamics of cell mechanics in healthy and diseased cells.
- IFJPAN – The Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy of Science, Krakow,
Main contact: Prof. Malgorzata Lekka, email@example.com (webpage).
ESR 11: Mechanical phenotyping of human bladder cancers.
- OSR – Ospedale San Raffaele srl, Milano, Italy.
Main contact: Dr. Massimo Alfano, firstname.lastname@example.org (webpage).
ESR 12: Mechanical and Rheological phenotype of tissues and ECMs.
- UB – Universitaet Bremen, Bremen, Germany.
Main contact: Prof. Manfred Radmacher, email@example.com.
ESR 13: Creep Response of Cells in Diseases.
ESR 14: Viscoelastic Properties of Cells on soft Supports. ESR14 is a joint PhD project (UB/IFJPAN).
- O11 – Optics11 BV, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Main contact: Dr. Niek Rijnveld, firstname.lastname@example.org.
ESR 15: Optomechanical instruments and measurement methods in mechanobiology.
|Country||Italy, Germany, Spain, Netherlands, France, Poland|
Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Bioengineering, Medicine
|Fellowship amount||As per MSCA rules|
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|