Laboratory Technician position

08/02/2018

The Laboratory Technician will carry out standard in vitro cell biology techniques related to a multidisciplinary project. A Laboratory Technician position is available at the Centre for Cooperative Research in Biomaterials – CIC biomaGUNE, in the Radiochemistry and Nuclear Imaging Group lead by Dr Jordi Llop and Theranostic Nanomedicine Group lead by Prof Juan Mareque. Both groups collaborate closely and are involved in several multidisciplinary projects. One of these collaborative projects is focused on tailoring and characterizing nanomaterial-based vaccines for cancer immunotherapy. Moreover, the study of the biodistribution of those developed materials by nuclear imaging techniques will guide the rational design of the vaccines. One full time, Laboratory Technician position is open for a total duration of 1 year with the possibility of extension (1 year more). General requirements for all candidates include, but are not limited to: - Manipulation and culturing cell lines and primary cultures from animal tissues - Carrying out cell killing assays, including apoptosis and cell cycle analysis by flow cytometry - In vitro general analysis of cell status and polarization (FACS, PCR, Western blot) - Analyzing immune response of vaccinated animals (direct and indirect ELISA and flow cytometry assays) - Studying of tumour infiltrating immune cells (extraction and analysis) - Knowledge in cell microscopy (staining protocols and image acquisition)   Interested? Please send your application with a motivation letter and your CV to: rrhh@cicbiomagune.es; quote “315 Laboratory Technician” in the e‐mail subject.

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Project Technician position

31/01/2018

The Project Technician, in strong collaboration with the management bodies, will take care of the coordination and execution of all initiatives related to ReDIB. The facilities “Infrastructure for Advanced Translational Imaging” (TRIMA@CNIC) and the “Platform for Molecular and Functional Imaging at CIC biomaGUNE”, owned by Fundación Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Cardiovasculares Carlos III‐CNIC and Asociación Centro de Investigación Cooperativa en Biomateriales ‐ CIC biomaGUNE, respectively, have been recently recognized as a distributed Singular Scientific and Technological Infrastructure by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, under the name of ReDIB. One full time , Project Technician position is open for a total duration of 3 months (March‐May 2018), to work at CIC biomaGUNE (San Sebastián, Guipúzcoa). The roles of the successful candidate will include, but will not be limited to: ‐ Coordinating and overseeing the activities conducted at ReDIB. ‐ Managing and coordination of competitive calls for external access to the facility. ‐ Dissemination activities, including updating of the webpage. ‐ Improve visibility of ReDIB and search for potential external users. ‐ Lead and/or support the preparation of project proposals to access competitive funding. ‐ Support in the organization of scientific or managerial meetings, workshops and outreach activities

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Marie Skłodowska-Curie ITN-ETN. Research Assistant

19/01/2018

Job description Positron emission tomography (PET) is an imaging technique capable to track, in vivo and noninvasively, the biodistribution of a labelled molecule after administration to a living subject. This technology is extremely useful to assess certain pharmacokinetic properties of new chemical and biological entities. The project aims to develop labelling strategies for the incorporation of positron emitters (mainly carbon-11) into new chemical entities and evaluate their biodistribution and metabolism in small rodents. Key responsibilities • To manage and carry out an independent research project in close collaboration with PET3D partners. • To actively participate in research and training activities within the PET3D network. • To contribute to writing articles for scientific journals. • To disseminate research results in the scientific community (via international conferences) and in the non-scientific community (via outreach and public engagement).

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Technician position in the Computational Biophysics group

23/11/2017

The duties of the selected candidate will be to participate in the development of the computer codes used in the group for the scientific investigation. Moreover, the selected candidate will be expected to help the team in the optimisation of the existing software by implementing CUDA enable libraries and/or port our models in  established simulation packages such as GROMACS and LAMMPS.

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