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STIMULUS is a European Marie Curie Training Network working on reducing healthcare-associated infections. As an early-stage researcher (Ph.D. student) you will be trained for a career in biomaterials by research on smart triggered release systems that can detect, prevent and treat bacterial infections. The STIMULUS consortium unites academia, medical research institutes, policymakers and industry.
You can find more information on the STIMULUS consortium and on the selection process on the STIMULUS website at https://www.stimulus-etn.eu/
The diagnostic sensitivity, specificity, and performance for the detection of bacterial species and efficacy of novel antimicrobial systems will be evaluated in in vivo systems, in particular in mouse models of skin infection or subcutaneous implant infection. As a PhD student your main tasks and responsibilities are:
We are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic creative researcher with:
Fixed-term contract: 12 months that can be extended (after evaluation) for another 36 months.
We offer you ample opportunity for development, deepening and broadening, additional training and a place to grow! Working at Amsterdam UMC means working in an inspiring and professional environment where development is encouraged in every respect.
For an overview of all our other terms of employment, see https://werkenbijamc.nl/arbeidsvoorwaarden/. Look under “English version”.
Amsterdam UMC has an open culture. Together we continuously build an environment where everyone feels welcome. To achieve that, we strive to provide equal opportunities for everyone. We therefore cordially invite all interested parties to respond to this vacancy.
Amsterdam UMC aims to stimulate talented researchers at all stages of their scientific careers by various means.
The Department of Medical Microbiology and Infection Prevention of the Amsterdam UMC – AMC is responsible for clinical diagnostics and infectious disease consultations, (bio)medical education and training, and research and development across the full range of disciplines in medical microbiology, including bacteriology, virology and parasitology. The department is also responsible for the clinical supervision of the microbiology laboratory of the Amsterdam Public Health Service (GGD), responsible for primary care and public health microbiology in Amsterdam.
You will join Dr. S.A.J. Zaat’s group within the laboratory of Experimental Bacteriology, in the research line “Biomaterial-associated infection (BAI) and novel antimicrobial strategies”. The group focusses on pathogenesis, prevention and rapid diagnosis of BAI and other infections, and the development of novel antimicrobial strategies, in particular of novel antimicrobial peptides. The research involves collaborations with Immunology, Pathology, and clinical disciplines such as Orthopaedics, Gynaecology, Maxillofacial Surgery, Urology and Intensive Care Medicine. This broad field of research and network offers excellent opportunities to develop your research skills with virtually every necessary expertise close at hand.
Academic Medical Center (AMC)
Meibergdreef 9, 1105 AZ, Amsterdam
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