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An assistant professor position is available in the Colloids and Biological Interfaces (CBIO) group headed by Professor Thomas L. Andresen, DTU Nanotech, the Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby. The assistant professorship is a permanent entry-level faculty position.
The overall aim of the research group is to develop novel nanocarrier systems for improved drug delivery and through careful characterization of the nanocarriers and their interactions, gain insight into the mechanisms that affect and ultimately govern uptake in vivo.
This position will focus on utilizing electron microscopy to characterize novel nanomaterials and their interactions with biological systems, including both cell and animal models.
The Department of Bio and Health Informatics at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU Bioinformatics) has its main research and teaching activities in bio-medical and bio-technological informatics, metagenomics, epidemiology, integrative systems biology and machine learning.
The research at DTU Bioinformatics is focused on bioinformatics and computational analyses of large amounts of data generated within biological, biomedical and biotechnological and life sciences area. We strive to gain new knowledge and drive innovation in human, animal, plant and food science and collaborate with all relevant industries.
The department is seeking an Assistant or Associate Professor. The position will be placed within DTU Bioinformatics and the candidate is expected to join one of the existing research groups.
Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Lyngby
The faculty member will be one of the founding members of a newly started Catalysis Theory Center at DTU.
The Catalysis Theory center is established with the ambition to become one of the leading research centers developing the theory of heterogeneous catalysis and electro-catalysis.
The Catalysis Theory Center is a highly collaborative effort, internally, with experimental groups at DTU and with other leading universities. The Catalysis Theory Center has a strong infrastructure and computational facility, as well as initial funding for students and postdocs.
An Associate Professor position is available in the ‘Mucosal Immunology’ group headed by Professor William Agace, DTU Nanotech, the Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby.
The ‘Mucosal Immunology’ group currently consists of 12-15 people, including Postdocs, PhD students, Technicians and undergraduate students.
The overall aim of the research group is to gain novel insight into generation of adaptive immunity in the gastrointestinal tract during health and disease, through use and development of novel technologies.