Available Positions

Our lab aims to develop new reporter genes, biosensors and tracers for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) applications by using synthetic chemistry and molecular biology approaches.

Rotation: 
1st
2nd
3rd
Area: 
Chemistry
Life Sciences
Monday, June 17, 2019

Biosensors have become the highlighter felt pens of modern science; they enable scientists to tag molecules of interest and have them stand out in striking contrast to show their location or function in cells and tissues in colorful relief.
Our lab aims to develop new reporter genes, biosensors and tracers for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) applications by using synthetic chemistry and molecular biology approaches. Such developed imaging tools will help us to study unrevealed biological
events longitudinally and non-invasively in deep tissues of a live subject.

We are looking for highly motivated, talented and creative people from various fields of science (Chemistry, Biology, Medicine, etc.)
to join us.

Our lab aims to develop new reporter genes, biosensors and tracers for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) applications by using synthetic chemistry and molecular biology approaches.

Rotation: 
1st
2nd
3rd
Area: 
Chemistry
Life Sciences
Monday, June 17, 2019

Biosensors have become the highlighter felt pens of modern science; they enable scientists to tag molecules of interest and have them stand out in striking contrast to show their location or function in cells and tissues in colorful relief.
Our lab aims to develop new reporter genes, biosensors and tracers for magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) applications by using synthetic chemistry and molecular biology approaches. Such developed imaging tools will help us to study unrevealed biological
events longitudinally and non-invasively in deep tissues of a live subject.

We are looking for highly motivated, talented and creative people from various fields of science (Chemistry, Biology, Medicine, etc.)
to join us.