With the kick-off behind us, DNARepairMan is now looking to expand our team. The first two positions have been filled already, but we are still looking for 10 enthusiastic young scientists to help improve our understanding of DNA repair. If you join our team, you will be immersed in an international, multidisciplinary training environment in fundamental life sciences and obtain insight into the role of basic chemical and physical principles underlying molecular steps that control biological processes involved in maintaining genome integrity. You will make use of cutting-edge technologies, and development of new approaches will be an integral part of the individual research projects. Because of the close collaboration between academia and industry, you will further learn how technology development drives innovation in research and how basic research questions can drive innovative technology into marketplace developments.
To learn more about the positions we have available, the eligibility criteria, or how to apply, please go to our vacancies page.