PhD position in Immunopharmacology (1.0 FTE)

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The research will be performed at the Utrecht Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (UIPS) in the group of Pharmacology , located in the David de Wied Building at the Utrecht University Campus. The Pharmacology group focuses on basic mechanisms underlying non-communicable disorders (NCD) and their pharmacological manipulations via drugs, biologicals and/or medical food components. The group is interested in diseases of the gut, lung, brain and kidney and focuses on the interconnections between these organ systems in state-of-the-art in vitro and in vivo models. Dr Linette Willemsen (group Prof Johan Garssen) and Prof Gert Folkerts study modification of allergic and airway diseases using dietary components. The research topics are embedded in the education tracks of the School of Pharmacy and College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, hence offering the opportunity for many BSc and MSc students to do their internships or writing assignments.

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