A PhD position is available as a collaborative project between the groups of Aitor Hierro (Membrane Trafficking Lab at CIC bioGUNE) and Aitziber L. Cortajarena (Biomolecular Nanotechnology Lab at CIC biomaGUNE). This project aims at Re-‐engineering bacterial effectors for biotechnological applications.more information in PDF format (364.5 Kb)
A joint PhD fellowship is offered as a collaborative project between the groups of Niels Reichardt, Head of the Glycotechnology laboratory, CIC biomaGUNE, San Sebastian and Juan-Manuel Falcon, Head of Exosomes Laboratory, CIC bioGUNE, Bilbao. This project will combine the expertise of both groups in molecular biology and biomaterials research to design, develop and test Glycoengineered Exosomes as Vehicles for Gene and Drug Delivery.
Requirements: The applicant should have an excellent master degree in chemistry or biochemistry, be fluent in English and is expected to rapidly take up and develop techniques and concepts from synthetic and analytical chemistry as well as molecular biology. Special attention during the execution of the thesis will be given to the translation of research results towards industrial commercialization, where both partners have extensive previous experience.more information in PDF format (359.13 Kb)
One PhD position is available co-supervised by Prof. Maurizio Prato, leader of the Carbon Nanobiotechnology group at CIC biomaGUNE, and Prof. David Mecerreyes, leader of the Innovative Polymers group at POLYMAT-University of the Basque Country, both in San Sebastián. The group of Prof. Prato has a wide experience in the functionalization chemistry of carbon nanostructures, exploring new synthetic protocols, new analytical methods and discovering new materials for applications in materials science and medicinal chemistry. Prof. Mecerreyes' group is specialist in the synthesis of novel polymeric PEDOT materials for bioelectronics.more information in PDF format (455.08 Kb)
A PhD position is available in the frame of the research project: "Development of robust imaging protocols for the longitudinal study of pre-clinical models of Multiple Sclerosis", hosted by the Magnetic Resonance Imaging Laboratory (Prof. Pedro Ramos-Cabrer), and the Multiple Sclerosis Research Group of Biodonostia (Dr. David Otaegui Bichot). Candidates with biological/biomedical background with strong interest on the fields of Neuroscience and in Magnetic Resonance Imaging methodologies are encouraged to apply for this 3-years position in the city of San Sebastián (Spain). Further details are described in the PDF file.more information in PDF format (437.34 Kb)
We are seeking highly motivated candidates with an excellent research/academic track record and hands-on experience in one or more of the following areas:
- In vitro immune cell activation assays; cell culture; analysis and purification of primary immune cells from murine tissues; methods for in vitro and in vivo analysis of immune responses; cancer mouse models.
- Controlled antibody conjugation of inorganic nanoparticles.
- In vitro and in vivo preclinical evaluation of anticancer drugs.
- Application of engineering principles for drug delivery.