Centre of Excellence in Body-on-Chip Research and MEMO Consortium Project Invite Applications for Several Research Positions

The new Centre of Excellence in Body-on-Chip Research (CoEBoC) that is operated jointly by Tampere University of Technology (TUT) and the University of Tampere (UTA) started its operations in January, 2018. The Centre is led by Professor Minna Kellomäki from TUT, and it also involves Jari Hyttinen and Pasi Kallio from TUT as well as Katriina Aalto-Setälä, Susanna Miettinen, and Susanna Narkilahti from UTA.

Also the MEMO consortium project aiming at the development of in vitro epilepsy model for epilepsy and funded by the Academy of Finland, started its operations at the same time.

Both the new research openings are founded on the strong research cooperation done between the research groups at BioMediTech in the past ten years.

We are happy to announce several new job openings in the new Centre of Excellence in Body-on-Chip Research and in MEMO consortium project:

at the University of Tampere:

Two fixed-term Postdoctoral Researchers at the Centre of Excellence in Body-on-Chip Research (CoEBoC)
Fixed-term Doctoral Researcher at the Centre of Excellence in Body-on-Chip Research (CoEBoC)
Fixed-term Doctoral Researcher at the Faculty of Medicine and Life Sciences (MEMO)

at the Tampere University of Technology:

Doctoral Researcher at the Centre of Excellence in Body-on-Chip Research (CoEBoC)
Three (3) Postdoctoral Researchers at the Centre of Excellence in Body-on-Chip Research (CoEBoC)

More information from: Mari Pekkanen-Mattila mari.pekkanen-mattila@uta.fi