We are always seeking to recruit exceptional researchers at all career stages
The Department of Immunotechnology, performing world leading research in the field of applied immunology and has a long history of innovation driven research. The main research areas are oncology, allergy, autoimmunity, neurobiology, and antibody engineering. Our research employs advanced technologies including different types of microarray technologies (affinity proteomics), phage display, genomics and transcriptomics, large-scale mass spectrometry-based proteomics, and associated bioinformatics. In addition, we provide genomics and proteomics services, and our antibody development platform has been integrated into SciLifeLab’s Drug Discovery and Development Platform.
We have thesis projects for Masters students within immunotechnology. Please, contact the PI responsible for the research group of interest for more details.
We are always interested in reviewing Ph.D. student applications. For further information and updates on the application process, please contact the PI responsible for the research group of interest.
The Department has 3 positions within the CanFaster program that will be announced shortly.
We welcome applicants for postdoctoral fellowships to apply at any time. The Department of Immunotechnology provides an advanced environment for scientists with experience in antibody technology, mass spectrometry, genomics and transcriptomics, large-scale mass spectrometry-based proteomics, different types of microarray technologies (affinity proteomics), phage display, and associated bioinformatics. In particular, we encourage people with experience in immunology, mass spectrometry, array technology, applied science and more patient oriented research (or with a strong motivation to learn the other discipline) to apply.
For more information please contact the PI responsible for the research group of interest.
Several groups at the Department of Immunotechnology is part of the research net-work, CREATE Health, with a focus on cancer research. One of the main objectives of CREATE Health is to encourage interdisciplinary and collaborative research projects in order to develop and apply new strategies for better and earlier diagnosis as well as better treatment options for cancer patients.
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