All posts by Marion Bussemakers

Vacancy Research Technician

We currently have an opening for a research technician with affinity for fundamental scientific research in the department of molecular biology. The research project will be aimed at studying gene regulation and its role in normal development and disease. The position is for 1 year with an option for extension with an additional year.

Further information and how to apply can be found here.

Deadline for application is May 16, 2021

Vacancy PhD student for epigenetic regulation of early human embryonic development

We are looking for

A PhD Candidate in the context of the Marie Curie ITN network EpiSyStem is available to study epigenetic regulation of gene expression in differentiated embryonic stem cells. Various omics approaches next-generation sequencing, interaction proteomics will be used in the project, as well as advanced cell-culture models such as gastruloids.

For further details and how to apply

This vacancy is now closed.

Vacancy Postdoc Corneal Stem cell biology

We are looking for an ambitious experimental biologist to join us. You will contribute to the deep understanding of gene regulation and cell fate determination governing corneal (limbal) stem cells in health and in a rare eye disease (aniridia).

Further information about the vacancy and on how to apply, can be found here.

This vacancy is now closed.

Vacancy PhD student

We have a PhD position available to investigate the epigenetic control of human embryonic stem cells (hESCs). You will be based at the Department of Molecular Biology of Radboud University, where you will be part of the Stem Cell group (‘Marks’ group) focusing on the unique regulatory mechanisms acting in hESCs to maintain and exit their pluripotent state.

For further information, see

This vacancy is closed.