Tuesday, 20 December 2011

Unique opportunity: 4 tenure tracks in Health Technology

For ambitious young researchers with academic aspirations in Regenerative Medicine, Biomedical Imaging and Chemical Biology

To further strengthen our Health Technology research, the Biomedical Engineering Department and TU/e Institute for Complex Molecular Systems (ICMS) offer opportunities for 4 outstanding, ambitious young scientists to develop into associate professors in the areas of:

Eindhoven University of Technology (Netherlands) is a leading University of Technology with a strong focus on Health, in which our research is gaining a worldwide reputation. More than 250 researchers from different departments are working together in this area to develop exciting, advanced-technology applications. Key topics include Molecular Imaging, Regenerative Medicine, Systems Biology, Biosensors and Chemical Biology. This multidisciplinary, cutting-edge research creates new insights into complex medical issues. TU/e’s traditionally strong links with industry and healthcare enable us to translate our research into tangible new products and services.

Outstanding facilities and strategic partnerships

Both the Biomedical Engineering Department and ICMS participate in leading national and international research programs. Their joint state-of-the-art research facilities include the Laboratory for Cell and Tissue Engineering, the Laboratory for Biomedical Imaging, and the Laboratory for Chemical Biology.

Looking for you

Are you a highly talented and motivated postdoc in one of the above areas? Do you aspire to an academic career? Do you possess the ability to look beyond present technology constraints? Are you looking forward to working with top researchers from other disciplines and partners in industry and healthcare? And do you, like us, refuse to stop until you’ve achieved the best possible result? Then we warmly invite you to apply for one of our tenure tracks in Health. For detailed job descriptions and to apply, please go to www.tue.nl/jobs
Applications for these vacancies are open until 1 February 2012.

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