Materials and scaffolds for biomedical applications. He/she will bring expertise in the areas of cell culture, tissue growth, biocompatibility, bioactive agents for cell proliferation, etc. and it is expected to take advantage of the current capabilities of the institute in advanced processing, characterization and simulation of materials to establish a multidisciplinary program.
Candidates should hold a doctoral degree in Materials Science (or related discipline) and demonstrate the ability to carry out independent research which combines high quality scientific research with technology transfer to industry, particularly for senior appointments. Leadership to develop an independent group within the institute’s framework of research activities and good communication skills are required.
Candidate with a solid background in protein chemistry and design, structural biology, biophysics, and chemical biology or have equivalent experience. In particular, experience in some of these topics is highly desirable: protein engineering, molecular biology, computational biology, X-ray crystallography, NMR, and cryo-TEM. The candidate is expected to have interest in multidisciplinary work, and the capacity to work in an international environment. Excellent interpersonal skills as well as written and oral communication skills in English are required.