We are looking for an excellent postdoc with background in biophysics and experience in DNA nanotechnology to strengthen our team to understand molecular pattern recognition in dynamic environments.
Please send your motivation letter, CV and 3 references to Prof. Bastings when qualified and interested.
PhD position in differential multivalent targeting of cancer-immune signaling pathways using pattern-controlled DNA-based nanoparticles. Candidate should have a good background in (cancer) immunology and be familiar with the biophysics of multivalent interactions and protein expression. The project combines DNA nanotechnology and cell biology in a multidisciplinary effort to advance cancer diagnostics and therapy. Read More.
Motivated students to perform a doctoral thesis at EPFL are referred to the doctoral schools:
Master semester projects or internships
Summer internships are available through the E3 program, please follow application guidelines by the program. https://eee.epfl.ch