You will work in a large research team (5 technicians, >15 PhD students and post-docs), where you are one of the core people responsible for the in vivo animal studies. This means that you will be involved in many different research projects within the lab. You will be involved in organizational and lab management tasks regarding the in vivo animal studies. Other tasks include cell culturing, performing drug screens and applying different molecular biology techniques, such as gene editing and genomics.
The Vermeulen lab seeks to elucidate the origin, the evolution and the heterogeneity of colorectal cancer. We develop and utilize state-of-the-art tools and techniques to study colorectal cancer heterogeneity and stem cell dynamics, including xenograft models, 3D organoids and gene editing technologies. One key characteristic of the Vermeulen is the highly multidisciplinary composition, which allows us to approach scientific questions from many different perspectives. At the Vermeulen lab, we value collegiality, enthusiasm, dedication, respect and reliability, thereby creating an optimal environment to successfully reach our goals. To learn more about the people and the research in our lab, please visit our website at www.vermeulenlab.org.
We offer you ample opportunity for development, deepening and broadening, additional training and a place to grow! Working at AMR means working in an inspiring and professional environment where development is encouraged in every respect.
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If you would like to apply directly, please use the ‘apply’ button on this page. You can apply for this position until November 18th. For more information please contact Lisanne Nijman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We look forward to meeting you!