Within the scope of the ZonMw Translational Adult Stem cell program, a four year PhD-position is available within the Department of Biomaterials (Radboudumc, Nijmegen), headed by Prof. John A. Jansen. The collaborative project ‘ioCOMPONENTS’ will be carried out in close collaboration with DSM Biomedical and is focused on the use of autologous (= patient-own) components to aid in the regeneration and/or augmentation of bone tissue in an intra-operative setting. This translationally challenging project has the following targeted tasks:
As a postdoctoral researcher, you will disseminate the obtained knowledge by scientific publications and presentations at (inter)national conferences. The preparation of grant proposals for personal funding might be encouraged (if progress is fruitful).
Scale 11: max € 68622 gross per year at full employment (incl. vacation bonus and end of year payments)
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The Department of Biomaterials is a leading multidisciplinary research group that focuses on developing bio-inspired strategies for the design of novel biomaterials and therapies for bone regenerative medicine. By studying the self healing capacity of natural tissues, fundamental insight in tissue regeneration is obtained. These insights are being implemented with the help of (synthetic) biomaterials, (autologous) cells, and signaling factors to orchestrate bone tissue regeneration. Currently, 21 PhD candidates, 6 post-docs, and a number of international visiting researchers are working enthusiastically on different topics of bone regeneration from a material, biological, medical, and dental perspective.