ERC Funded project
Liver steatosis, obesity and metabolic
We offer a full-time position at the
Signal Transduction & Metabolism Laboratory.
Université libre de Bruxelles
The Signal Transduction and Metabolism Laboratory led by Dr Esteban Gurzov is seeking highly motivated PhD students to explore the pathophysiological mechanisms contributing to the development of obesity and liver dysfunction. The successful applicant will join the ULB Faculty of Medicine (www.medecine.ulb.be), characterised by an impressive track record in research excellence.
The project will take advantage of human iPSC, hepatic cell models, mouse models, pharmacological approaches and human liver specimens to determine the molecular mechanisms by which obesity drives the development of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis and explore novel approaches for combating the development of obesity-associated liver dysfunction.
The Signal Transduction & Metabolism Laboratory provides an international and world leading environment for creative science. We foster research excellence and pursue discoveries in metabolic diseases, with experts working together in collaborative teams.
Come and join us!
• We believe in a strong scientific commitment and reproducible findings to contribute to the way of thinking in metabolic research.
• Our vision is to translate fundamental science to the clinic by a collaborative effort between scientists, physicians and the industry.
Applications should be sent directly to firstname.lastname@example.org
Esteban N. Gurzov, PhD
Head, Signal Transduction & Metabolism Laboratory
Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
808 Route de Lennik
Tel: +32 2 555 8908
Starting date: As soon as possible.
Deadline for the submission of applications: Positions open until filledApprenez-en davantage
|Employeur||Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB)|
|Job location||Avenue Franklin Roosevelt 50, 1050 Brussels|
|Publié||septembre 17, 2020|
|Date limite d'inscription||Non Spécifiée|
|Types d'emploi||PhD  |
|Domaines de recherche :||Physiologie,   Recherche en cancérologie,   Biochimie,   Biologie moléculaire,   Génétique,   Biologie cellulaire,   Histologie,   Immunochimie  |