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The Organ-on-Chip group at the University of Tübingen focuses on the development and application of microfluidic platforms that mimic the physiological microenvironment of cells and tissues. These Organ-on-Chip models can be used to answer a wide range of medical, biological, pharmacological and toxicological questions without having to use laboratory animals.

They are looking for a motivated student assistant (HiWi) to assist the team! The starting date is as early as possible.

Tasks:

  • 2D cell culture
  • Cell isolation from biopsies
  • Microfluidic chip fabrication
  • Assisting in preparation of experiments
  • Assisting in organization (e. g. inventory)

Requirements:

  • Study program of biomedical technology, medical engineering, biochemistry, molecular medicine, or other related subjects. Bachelor study program is preferred.
  • Experience in basic cell culture and general sterile working techniques is an advantage.
  • Detail-oriented, structured, and independent working style

They offer:

  • A highly motivated, competent and multidisciplinary team with scientific and technical staff members
  • An exciting, varied and innovative working environment
  • Excellent technical equipment

To apply, please send an email with your application documents (PDF only) to: franziska.kern@med.uni-tuebingen.de

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