PhD in Bioengineering / Microsystems Engineering / Microfluidics

Updated: 16 days ago
Job Type: Permanent

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100%, Basel, fixed-term

The Bioanalytics Group (Prof. Petra S. Dittrich) develops microfluidic methods, also referred to as lab-on-chip technology, for applications in the life sciences. We advance methods for basic research as well as for diagnostics and high throughput screening. In our interdisciplinaryapproach, we combine chemical, physical, biological and engineering aspects of microfluidic technology. The Bioanalytics Group is affiliated to the Department Biosystems Science and Engineering, and our laboratories are located in Basel (Switzerland).


Job description

We offer a third-party funded project that addresses a topic in the area of personalized health. The goal is the development of a microfluidic platform for cancer diagnosis and monitoring of the therapeutic progress. In a collaboration with biomedical researchers and clinicians, a platform for capturing cancer cells from whole blood will be designed, fabricated and applied for cancer cell analysis.


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The combination of biological and technological aspects is central in our group. A possible you should have strong disposition to learn and improve novel methods, and should be very open to different research disciplines. Expertise in microsytems engineering/microfabrication is mandatory, previous experiences with cell cultures is helpful.

We offer you an intellectually challenging position in the inspiring atmosphere of an interdisciplinary team, and the prospect to obtain a PhD degree from ETH Zurich. Advanced training in different related fields and participation at international conferences is highly encouraged.


ETH Zurich

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