Professorship with a Tenure Track for Architectured Biomedical Materials for Tissue Regeneration

Professorship with a Tenure Track for Architectured Biomedical Materials for Tissue Regeneration

Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

13353 Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Opening of a
Professorship with a Tenure Track Perspective at Charité – Universitätsmedizin
Berlin and the Berlin Institute of Health (BIH):

The candidate is
expected to drive biomaterial-based tissue regeneration towards clinical
applications and is expected to take an active role in the scientific focus
area “Regenerative Therapies – BCRT” and to engage her-/himself in
the DFG-funded research group „Regeneration in Aged: Bone healing as a model
system to characterize regeneration under compromised conditions” (FOR2165).
The professorship is expected to strengthen the research focus in Biomechanics,
Biomaterials und Cell-Therapies in a tight coupling with the
Julius-Wolff-Institute and the Center for Musculoskeletal Surgery of the
Charité. 

Charité is intending to
fill this position with an outstanding, internationally acknowledged scientist
with substantial contributions in Cell-Biomaterial interactions and the
biomaterial-driven tissue regeneration with a focus on musculoskeletal tissues.
Candidates should have received a PhD in Engineering or Sciences, a minimum
3-year postdoc and contributed with excellent peer reviewed papers to the
scientific field. Experience with R&D in a research-oriented company,
specifically in biomedical material development or production would be highly
appreciated.  

Please submit your
application including your conceptional ideas (for details please see (https://career.charite.de/am/calls/Bewerbungshinweise.pdf)
until 5.03.2019 to 
https://career.charite.de

Please
include next to CV and publication list a brief 2-3 page description of your
future plans at Charité and BIH. In case you have any further questions, please
do not hesitate to contact georg.duda@charite.de

Please apply via recruiter’s website.

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