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Senior ScientistRockville, Maryland USAThe National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), a major research component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), is seeking a Senior Scientist with scientific, administrative, and leadership credentials to lead a Translational Bioengineering Program. The goals of this program include generating efficacy, toxicity, and omics data sets from 3D organotypic models and disseminating those data to the larger scientific and medical communities.30/09/2022Window opens 01/09/2022
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Bioengineering, Vascular Biology and Aging Postdoc and PhD positions - one Post Doc and one PhD studentEnte Ospedaliero Cantonale, Bellinzona, SwitzerlandThe Regenerative Medicine Technologies (RMT) Lab is part of the Laboratories for Translational Research of Ente Ospedaliero Cantonale located in Bellinzona (Switzerland).
Strategic research areas of the RMT Lab are: in vitro disease modeling through biofabrication (e.g. age-related diseases, cancer metastases, musculo-skeletal diseases); design of novel technologies for drug screening; personalized medicine applications using human tissue biopsies. To promote the advancement of these research areas, the RMT Lab combines microfluidics and microphysiological systems, 3D (bio)printing and computational simulations.
Postdoc and PhD positions are available in the Regenerative Medicine Technologies Lab in the context of an ERC grant transferred to Switzerland. The 5 years project deals with the study of the mechanisms of vascular aging through a combination of biofabrication, microphysiological systems, omic analyses and machine learning methods. More details at:
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