We are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic master’s student to join the team for a 4-months research internship (ECTS or paid) starting September 2021.
The focus of this research project is to study novel microRNA-mediated functions in single cells by implementing an innovative single-cell protein and RNA co-profiling technique. Under close supervision by a postdoctoral researcher, the student will apply several molecular biology techniques such as proximity extension assay (PEA), microfluidic cell sorting, antibody conjugation, PCR, electrophoresis and RNA sequencing. Experience in molecular and cellular biology are required, with possibility in gaining insight into bioinformatics sequencing analysis. Finally, successful contribution to the project would be acknowledged as co-authorship on a research publication.
If you are interested in joining an international team of ambitious and friendly scientists, please send your CV and motivation letter describing your background and research interest to Marc Friedländer (email@example.com).
Update: this position is no longer available.
The Friedländer lab is welcoming summer in Stockholm and celebrating that our senior scientist Bastian has landed a very attractive (tenure-track and start-up) group leader position in Tromsø, Norway.Read More …
We congratulate Marcel on a successful dissertation defence today! Great work, Doctor Marcel Tarbier!!!
Marcel nailed his PhD thesis at SciLifeLab and MBW, Stockholm University.
We congratulate Wenjing on a successful dissertation defence today! Great work, Doctor Wenjing Kang!!! Wenjing Kang is the first PhD from Friedländer Lab.
Research highlight from our latest study on gene co-expression in single-cells was published on SciLiifeLab news site. Read the complete article here.
Wenjing nailed her PhD thesis at SciLifeLab and MBW, Stockholm University today. She is now gearing up for the defence which is in a few weeks.
Kavan, master thesis student in our lab, is embarking on an exciting journey to do his PhD at EMBL. He is starting his PhD studies later this month in the group of Olivier Duss, EMBL.
Mika and Kavan accomplished excellent work and defended their Master projects in the frame of the SciLifeLab Master’s programme in Molecular Techniques in Life Science (KI/KTH/SU). Our hearty congratulations to Mika and Kavan!
Starting in April, Laura Stanicek will join us as a postdoctoral fellow. She will be heading up the development of combined quantitative single cell proteomics and transcriptomics.
Mika and Kavan will be starting new scientific adventures in our group as they pursue the SciLifeLab Master’s programme in Molecular Techniques in Life Science (KI/KTH/SU) this spring.