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Postdoctoral researcher in Microbiology: Luxembourg

The University of Luxembourg is looking within its Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication and within the Life Sciences Research Unit for a: Postdoctoral researcher in Microbiology or Molecular and Cellular Biology (m/f)

Your Role

Mission/Tasks

The Molecular Disease Mechanisms (MDM) group at the University of Luxembourg (UL) aims at understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying chronic inflammation and colorectal cancer development. We are particularly interested in understanding the role of the microbiome in CRC, a field that is rapidly gaining momentum. In particular, microbiome-derived metabolites have been suggested to participate in tumor progression and metastasis dissemination by inducing epigenetic changes leading to epithelial to mesenchymal transition. We are looking for a highly motivated Postdoctoral researcher to join our team and drive projects on microbiome and tumor metabolism. A strong background in microbiology and cancer metabolism are highly encouraged. Skills in bioinformatics are a strong plus.

Research area/domain

He/She:

  • will independently develop and drive his/her project
  • will conduct and interpret research experiments
  • will regularly report and discuss the results
  • will work in a team and give help and guidance to PhD candidates
  • will have the opportunity to be involved in various projects currently running in the group
  • will be able to form valuable national and international collaborations
  • will have the opportunity to develop teaching skills by contributing to teaching in his/her area of expertise

For further information please contact:

Prof. Dr. Serge Haan / E-mail: serge.haan@uni.lu

Dr. Elisabeth Letellier / E-mail: Elisabeth.Letellier@uni.lu

Your Profile

  • PhD in Microbiology or Molecular and Cellular Biology
  • Experience in molecular biology, microbiome and tumor metabolism
  • Language skills (Excellent command of English)
  • Strong background in microbiome-host interaction, specific interest in cancer metabolism and epigenetics
  • Autonomous and highly motivated
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