Av Dana Meknas
Journalist ved TREC
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We are looking for two postdocs, two PhD candidates and a lab engineer. The K.G. Jebsen – Thrombosis Research and Expertise Center (TREC) is located in Tromsø, at UiT – The Arctic University of Norway.
Professor John-Bjarne Hansen is the head of K.G. Jebsen TREC. The center has 5.2 permanent scientific positions (professors), three technical positions, and 15-20 temporary scientific positions (PhD-students and postdoctors). In addition, K.G. Jebsen TREC has partners in Tromsø, Bodø, Oslo, Stockholm, Leiden (The Netherlands), and San Diego (USA).
The overall aim of K.G. Jebsen TREC is to identify novel inherited and environmental risk factors and extend the understanding of the pathogenesis in venous thromboembolism (VTE).
Senior lab engineer:
A permanent position as a senior engineer at the university of Tromsø, at TREC. The job includes responsibility of tasks related to establishment, maintenance and operation of an animal lab. Conducting protocols for in vivo-trials, collecting and analyzing data are other responsibilities. Depending on the candidate’s experience, additional training by TRECs partners may be required to achieve the desired skills in order to perform trials in specialized thrombosis models.
The full advertisement can be read here: https://www.jobbnorge.no/ledige-stillinger/stilling/161794/fast-stilling-som-overingenioer-ved-uit-norges-arktiske-universitet
Postdoctoral position for the project “Comorbidities and risk of venous thromboembolism”:
The position of postdoctoral fellow is a fixed term position for a period of 3 years. The main objective of the appointment as a post-doctoral research fellow is to qualify for work in senior academic positions. The working hours shall be utilized for research, research-related activities and research administration.
The main objectives of the project will therefore be to explore the association between comorbidities and VTE, and investigate potential mediators and biomarkers related to these associations.
PhD candidate for the project “Comorbidities and risk of venous thromboembolism”:
Postdoctoral position for the project “The effects of intermittent hypoxia on intravascular cells and mediators of VTE”:
PhD candidate for the project “Functional dissection of genetic predisposition and established biomarkers of venous thrombosis”:
The work will combine state-of-the-art methodology, collaboration and close contact with ongoing epidemiological and genetic studies of VTE, used as guidelines to define the right targets and/or to support novel findings and views.