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Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine at Linköping University

Linköping University, the University Hospital and the County Municipality of the region Östergötland, has received a generous donation from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg to launch one of the four Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine (WCMM) nodes in Sweden. Our node will focus on the medicine-technology interface, and build upon our existing strengths in research within medical technology, materials science and bioengineering.

We are now looking for new Group leaders

 

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We are looking for new Group Leaders

WCMM in Linköping will recruit a total of 15 new research teams. Currently, we are looking for four new Group Leaders (tenure-track) at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor. Candidates should have a research profile focused on basic biomedical research, clinical research, or biomedical engineering. Currently, we are particularly interested in researchers in the area of Digital Pathology.

We are seeking investigators with a strong track-record of publications, external funding, independence, and a high degree of international mobility. Each Group Leader will receive a highly competitive start-up package.

To obtain further information, please submit a letter-of-intent describing how your experience and training meet the qualifications for the Wallenberg Center at Linköping University, including a curriculum vitae, research plan, publication list, and names and contact information for three professional references to: Director.WCMM@liu.se

More about WCMM

The remarkable progress that we have seen with respect to our understanding of biology and medicine during the last 25 years, and the substantial development of new diagnostics and therapeutics is not primarily the result of progress in only one specific research area. Rather, it is the dynamic and increasing interplay between medicine, biology, chemistry, technology, materials science, bioinformatics, computation and imaging that has fueled much of the discovery process. It is reasonable to assume that we have only seen the beginning of this interactive medicine-technology avalanche.

Organisation WCMM

Linköping University, LiU

Known for its unique interdisciplinary approach, Linköping University, LiU, is one of Sweden’s largest higher education institutions with over 27,000 undergraduates, 1,300 research students, 4,000 employees and an annual turnover of 3.5 billion SEK. Celebrating its 40th year anniversary 2015, LiU is ranked in the top 30 (#26) in the world among the 16,000 universities <50 years old.

Linköping University Hospital and Region Östergötland, RÖ

The University Hospital in Linköping, which constitutes the main centre for health care in Region Östergötland, RÖ, and provides highly specialized care for three counties (1 million inh.), has 600 patient beds and 4,900 employees. The University Hospital is and has been ranked as one of the top hospitals in Sweden regarding quality-of-care.

Research Groups

  • Neuroscience and Signaling
  • Regenerative and reparative medicine
  • Biomedical engineering, Bioelectronics, Biomedical imaging and Biosensors

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Last updated: Mon Nov 28 08:40:03 CET 2016