Scientific and study positions

Scientific and study positions

Scientific and study positions — 16.04.2019

DIANA Biotechnologies - Research Scientist (Senior or Junior)

DIANA Biotechnologies is a unique biotech start-up, established as a spin-off from the IOCB (UOCHB) Prague with a venture capital funding.We are providing innovative solutions for clinical diagnostics and drug discovery, utilizing our proprietary DIANA technology for ultrasensitive detection of targets in clinical samples, high-throughput screening, in vitro pharmacology and much more. We are developing best-in-class diagnostic kits, providing contracted research services for drug discovery and running our own drug discovery pipeline. We are based in state-of-the-art laboratory facilities in Vestec near Prague, Czech Republic. More info at www.dianabiotech.com

Scientific and study positions — 12.04.2019

Optical (fluorescence) microscopy specialist with focus on advanced imaging and image analysis

Imaging methods core facility (IMCF) at BIOCEV, Vestec, Czech Republic (www.biocev.eu/imcf), operated by Faculty of Science (FS), Charles University, Czech Republic, searches for an experienced specialist/researcher in the field of optical (fluorescence) microscopy and image data analysis. The IMCF is a part of Czech-BioImaging (www.czech-bioimaging.cz) and EuroBioImaging (www.eurobioimaging.eu) networks and enables microscopy related biological and biomedical top research projects in Central Europe. We offer an opportunity to work in a challenging and constantly developing field, to operate high-end instruments, and to participate at high-impact biomedical research projects.

Scientific and study positions — 19.10.2018

Group Leader - Drug Discovery and Evaluation / New targets for development of antiparasitic drugs

Charles University, Faculty of Science - BIOCEV is seeking experienced group leader and Charles University/IOCB Prague Chair in Drug Discovery to develop and lead outstanding independent research unit for "Drug Discovery and Evaluation" with focus on assessment of potential new targets for development of antiparasitic drugs. The new group will operate in frame of Center for Research of Pathogenicity and Virulence of Parasites in BIOCEV, Biotechnology and Biomedicine Center of the Academy of Sciences and Charles University in Vestec and will be financially supported by the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the CAS / IOCB Prague.

Scientific and study positions — 25.04.2018

Hledáme PhD student(k)y – HTS screening inhibitorů de novo syntézy purinů jako potenciálních léčiv nemocí této dráhy a nádorovýc

Naše výzkumná skupina se dlouhodobě zabývá fyziologií a patologií purinového metabolismu, především de novo syntézy purinů (DNPS). Puriny jsou základními stavebními kameny živých organismů a jejich hladina je v buňce udržována rovnováhou mezi jejich de novo syntézou, recyklací a degradací. Za fyziologických podmínek jsou enzymy DNPS organizovány do proteinového komplexu purinosomu.

Scientific and study positions — 29.03.2018

Open Position – PhD Student – Lymphoma Tumor Biology

Our newly established laboratory focuses on basic tumor biology of lymphomas (malignant tumors derived in majority from B-lymphocytes) with close relation to the basic biology of B-cells. Our laboratory has expertise in general molecular biology and cell culture techniques as well as genomic applications, flow cytometry or advanced methods like super-resolution microscopy, trageted genomic modifications, or Förster resonance energy transfer based biosenzors.

Scientific and study positions — 29.03.2018

Open Position – Postdoctoral Fellow: Basic tumor biology of lymphomas (malignant tumors derived in majority from B-lymphocytes)

Our newly established laboratory focuses on basic tumor biology of lymphomas (malignant tumors derived in majority from B-lymphocytes) with close relation to the basic biology of B-cells. Our laboratory has expertise in general molecular biology and cell culture techniques as well as genomic applications, flow cytometry or advanced methods like super-resolution microscopy, targeted genomic modifications, or Förster resonance energy transfer based biosensors.