A postdoctoral fellowship in platelet research is available at the Department of Biomedical and Clinical sciences, Linköping University. The university has 32,000 students and 4,000 employees, for more information see https://liu.se/en/about-liu .
Fellowships may only be granted to foreign citizens with a PhD acquired in another country than Sweden. The fellowship amount is 300 000 SEK (ca 28 000 USD/26 000 Euro) tax free per annum for up to two years.
We are looking for a qualified person with interest in hemostasis and platelets, to join our research team. Platelets play a crucial role in hemostasis as well as thrombosis. We are interested in understanding the physiological mechanisms regulating platelet activation with special focus on thrombin receptors, see our homepage www.platelets.se We have a multidisciplinary group including researchers and clinicians. The postdoctoral fellow will be eligible to apply external grants and have access to departmental and institutional career development programs, such as grant writing workshops.
A PhD/or equivalent degree granted by a university outside of Sweden is required. The candidate should be highly motivated and have documented research experience in one or more of these methods/ areas, (1) flow chamber models of thrombosis, (2) animal thrombosis models, (3) fluorescence and confocal microscopy, (4) flow cytometry and calcium measurement, (5) pulldown and mass spectrometry, (6) data analysis using Python and/or R language. The candidate should have very good communication and writing skills and should be able to interact well with other members of the multidisciplinary team and to work independently.
The position is available immediately and appointed for one year with an option for extension.
Application should contain:
• CV, including proof of PhD exam, full contact information and date of birth
• Cover letter
• Contact details of at least 2 references, please include name, e-mail address and telephone number.
• Copy of passport
Deadline for application is May 28th, 2020
For more information please contact Professor Tomas L. Lindahl, email@example.com
Two key references
1. Macwan AS, Boknäs N, Ntzouni MP, Ramström S, Gibbins JM, Faxälv L, Lindahl TL. Gradient-dependent inhibition of stimulatory signaling from platelet G protein-coupled receptors. Haematologica, 2019;104:1482-1492.
2. Tunströmer K, Faxälv L, Boknäs N, Lindahl TL. Quantification of Platelet Contractile Movements during Thrombus Formation. Thromb Haemost. 2018;118:1600-11.