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von: Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz FHNW | Ort: Muttenz | Referenz: 69baee98-e692-4f2d-b1f2-5d1a131644d8

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PhD Student Bioprocess Technology

Your tasks:

  • Plan and execute applied research projects in the area of bio­process engineering (up­stream and/or down­stream), data analysis and process modeling
  • Develop innovative processes to manufacture high-quality biologics and/or viral vectors
  • Communicate research results and coordinate next steps with industry partners
  • Supervise bachelor and master students as well as other junior team members
  • The position will also include some teaching activities in German at the under­graduate level
  • The PhD position is in collaboration with a university

This position is initially limited to 1 year with the prospect of a three-year extension.

Your profile:

  • You have a MSc degree in biochemical engineering, bio­technology, bio­chemistry or similar. You have extensive experience in microbial and/or mammalian cell culture technology and purification of biologics. Analytical methods such as molecular biology tools (qPCR) and protein analysis (HPLC, LC-MS) would be an advantage
  • Ideally you have initial industrial experience in R&D, development or manufacturing of biologics
  • You are proficient in scientific writing (English) and a strong team player who actively supports colleagues in a highly dynamic and flexible environment
  • Good communication and reporting skills are mandatory
  • Programming skills (Matlab, Python, R, C, …) are highly advantageous

Your prospects:

The FHNW School of Life Sciences offers state-of-the-art technical, laboratory and office facilities. Contributing to the school's highly motivating working environment – which is second to none – are its collaboration with a large number of companies and institutions in Switzerland and abroad, a widely varied programme of scientific events, and daily contact with young students in research and teaching. The FHNW is also committed to equal opportunities and the compatibility of private and professional life.

Any questions?
About the position:
Prof. Dr. Thomas Villiger, Professor Bio-/Pharma Technology, email: thomas.villiger@fhnw.ch

About the recruiting process:
Marco Titzmann, HR Assistant, P +41 56 202 85 65

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