Job Openings

Computational PhD student on single-cell transcriptomics

Application submission deadline: 30/09/2021
The successful candidate will work on a research project focused on the role of RNA binding proteins (RBPs) in post-transcriptional gene regulation and cell type specification during neural differentiation using single-cell transcriptomics and other high-throughput omics methods.

Laboratory Technician for the Stem Cell Potency Group

Application submission deadline: 15/08/2021
The successful candidate will execute a wide range of CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing tasks in human iPSC. The successful candidate will perform and set up different methodologies for iPSC differentiation toward cardiomyocytes.

Computational Post-doc on Single-cell Transcriptomics

Application submission deadline: 15/08/2021
The successful applicant will lead an independent research project on single-cell transcriptomics. The project will be focused on understanding how RNA binding proteins (RBPs) contribute to neural differentiation and how the transcriptomic networks regulated by these RBPs are altered in the development of neurodegenerative diseases.

Postdoctoral Researcher to Investigate the Aging Leukemic Niche

Application submission deadline: 13/08/2021
The candidate will be involved in an international research team focusing on investigating how aging remodels the bone marrow niche during leukemia development.

Laboratory Technician for the Stem Cell Potency Group

Application submission deadline: 09/07/2021
The candidate will execute a wide range of CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing tasks. The desired candidate will perform and set up different methodologies for IPSc differentiation by using both monolayer and organoid approaches.

Predoctoral Student for the Stem Cell Biology and Leukemogenesis Group

Application submission deadline: 13/07/2021
The candidate will be involved in the study of New approaches for the identification and functional characterization of prognostic genetic biomarkers in inherited childhood myelodysplastic/acute leukemia syndromes”, funded by MARATO TV3 grant. This study aims to elucidate the genetic and molecular mechanisms underlying the heretditary MDS/AML.

Predoctoral Student for the Hereditary Cancer Group

Application submission deadline: 07/07/2021
The candidate will have the opportunity to work within the Hereditary Cancer Group and Raya Group , under the supervision of Dr. Marta Pineda and Dr. Ángel Raya. The overarching goal of the Hereditary Cancer group at IDIBELL is to gain insight into the molecular basis of hereditary cancer, to personalize risk assessment to patients and relatives, as well as to individualize management regarding follow-up, treatment and prophylactic measures.

Postdoctoral Researcher for the Gene Regulation of Cell Identity Group

Application submission deadline: 30/06/2021
The successful applicant will join an international research team working with cutting-edge technologies to study the function of RBPs in neural differentiation at the single-cell resolution.

Postdoctoral researcher to investigate the aging leukemic niche in the laboratory of Dr. M. Carolina Florian

The candidate will be involved in an international research team focusing on investigating how aging remodels the bone marrow niche during leukemia development. The team aims at developing and implementing cutting-edge technologies (3D-whole mount bone marrow microscopy analysis, single cell transplantation, single cell RNA-seq and ATAC-seq, deep learning-based multivariate data analyses) to identify new potential therapeutic targets to be validated in pre-clinical models.

PhD student to investigate the process of intestinal regeneration in the laboratory of Dr. Jordi Guiu

The candidate will be involved in a research team focused on the study of the intestinal regeneration as a response to radiation injury. The team aims to develop treatments for cancer survivors who suffer side effects of radiotherapy including acute and chronic radiation-induced enteritis. In order to achieve this goal, we will use cutting-edge technologies including: 3-dimensional imaging, organoid cultures, scRNAseq and quantitative lineage tracing. Candidates will work in the study of the acute and chronic phases respectively in order to first boost the intestinal regeneration in the acute phase and secondly to reduce the process of fibrosis during the chronic phase of the disease.

IDIBELL is seeking a Postdoctoral researcher to investigate the aging leukemic niche in the laboratory of Dr. M. Carolina Florian

The candidate will be involved in an international research team focusing on investigating how aging remodels the bone marrow niche during leukemia development. The team aims at developing and implementing cutting-edge technologies (3D-whole mount bone marrow microscopy analysis, single cell transplantation, single cell RNA-seq and ATAC-seq, deep learning-based multivariate data analyses) to identify new potential therapeutic targets to be validated in pre-clinical models. The candidate will be working in developing and validating the aged leukemia mouse model, in profiling by single cell sequencing techniques and by whole-mount histology the alterations in the niche and in the pre-clinical validation of the identified targets.

Postdoctoral Fellowship In Pancreas Regeneration

IDIBELL-University of Barcelona is seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to join our new group in the Regenerative Medicine Program (Rovira’s Group: Pancreas regeneration: pancreatic progenitors and their niche) at IDIBELL and Department of Physiological Science at UB-Bellvitge

One PhD Fellowship INPhINIT with La Caixa Foundation

35 PhD fellowships for early-stage researchers of any nationality to pursue their PhD studies in research centres accredited with the Spanish Seal of Excellence Severo Ochoa, María de Maeztu or Health Institute Carlos III and Portuguese units accredited as “excellent” or “exceptional” according to the evaluation of the Fundação de Ciência e Tecnologia. This frame is addressed exclusively to PhD research projects on STEM disciplines: life sciences and health, experimental sciences, physics, chemistry and mathematics.

CIBER-BBN is seeking a Postdoctoral researcher in tissue engineering to join the laboratory of Angel Raya

The successful candidate will join the group of Prof. Angel Raya. Research in Raya’s group aims at understanding the tissue, cellular and molecular mechanisms that determine the regenerative response, as well as the genetic and epigenetic mechanisms that control cellular reprogramming.

Two PhD students to investigate the process of intestinal regeneration

The candidates will be involved in a research team focused in the study of the intestinal regeneration as a response to radiation injury. The team aims to develop treatments for cancer survivors who suffer side effects of radiotherapy including acute and chronic radiation-induced enteritis…

IDIBELL is seeking for a Marie Curie PostDoc candidates to incorporate within the Regenerative Medicine Area