They are looking for a highly motivated postdoc to study the role of the BMP and WNT pathways in the context of embryonic development, pediatric sarcoma initiation and progression, and/or tissue regeneration.
The ideal candidate has advanced knowledge in signaling transduction of developmental signaling pathways and is interested in combining protein/antibody engineering, cell biology, oncology, and organoid technology.
- PhD with a strong background in cell biology, biochemistry, or related disciplines.
- High level of motivation, curiosity, dedication and responsibility.
- Demonstrated scientific productivity, as evidenced by a strong publication record in top tier journals.
- Advanced experience in studying the structure-function relationship of ligand-receptor interactions and signal transduction is required.
- Experience in protein biochemistry and protein engineering is a plus.
- Strong motivation, attention to detail, flexibility, and the ability to work within a multi-disciplinary environment is critical.
- Excellent English writing and verbal communication skills are required.
Princess Máxima Center for Pediatric Oncology
Netherlands › Utrecht
29th October 2021