The Department of Pathology and Immunology, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Geneva invites applications for an academic position in vascular pathophysiology. The appointment will be at Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF)‐funded assistant professor level, with a possibility for tenure following the term. The appointment is linked to obtaining an SNSF (or equivalent) starting grant.
Applications should be submitted before July 15th 2023.
A PhD positions is available in the Regenerative Angiogenesis lab (Dr. Andrea Banfi) at University of Basel in a Swiss National Science Foundation-funded project. The candidate will use single-cell transcriptomics to comprehensively dissect the cellular and molecular mechanisms of normal vs aberrant angiogenesis in skeletal muscle under therapeutically relevant conditions of angiogenic factor delivery.
Details on https://jobs.unibas.ch/offene-stellen/phd-position-in-biomedicine-mechanisms-of-therapeutic-angiogenesis/9915055d-8e8c-4366-9183-bf57b870e05e
Postdoc/PhD positions available in the Regenerative Medicine Technologies Lab within an ERC grant moved to Switzerland. The 5 years project deals with the study of vascular aging combining microphysiological systems and omics. Details on ssmvr.ch or firstname.lastname@example.org
SSMVR is happy to announce the next series of virtual Swiss Vascular Biology Talks, which will feature leaders in the field of angiogenesis, leukocyte trafficking and tumor vasculature.
Zoom links will be sent to all SSMVR members shortly before the event.
Upcoming dates are
Please mark the dates in your calendar. We look forward to seeing many of you soon!
5th Swiss Vascular Research Symposium (Zurich, 3 November 2022)
Javier Pareja (Bern) and Upasana Maheshwari (Zürich)
Sheng-Fu Huang (Zurich) and Sasha Soldati (Bern)
Application procedure for SSMVR Travel Fellowships
PhD vacancy in the laboratory of Dr Genrich Tostonog, CHUV, Lausanne in a collaborative project with the group of Tatiana Petrova at the University of Lausanne. Topic: mechanisms of therapeutic failures and local recurrence in head and neck cancer. More information in this document
SSMVR is happy to announce a series of virtual Swiss Vascular Biology Talks, which will feature leaders in the field of angiogenesis, endothelial metabolism, atherosclerosis and lymphatics. See flyer.
Upcoming dates are
Please mark the dates in your calendar. The zoom link will be sent few days before the talk by email.
We look forward to seeing many of you soon!