Are you motivated to improve your surgical care and are you in search of a temporary position to bridge the gap to your next job or your return home? Then we would like to meet you!
In het kort
• We are looking for a motivated candidate keen to improve surgical care
• You will work at the department of radiology and have access to all our (research) facilities
• You will involve high end surgical and image guidance technologies in your research
Wat ga je doen?
Within our image guided surgery research projects, we have a position for a postdoctoral scientist who has a strong background in biomedical sciences. A preference will be given to scientist with a background in engineering or computer science, but displaced scholars with other biomedical backgrounds are also welcome to apply! It is important to note this short-term position is specifically created for scientist colleagues that were forced to leave their home country. You will employ your biomedical knowledge to help our team advance future surgical care. Depending on your background and interests there are different image guided surgery projects that you can be embedded in.
Wat vragen wij?
We are looking for an ambitious candidate with a PhD in biomedical sciences and a proven track record in the field. You should also have a clear interest in advancing surgery through technology. You should have (or be able to get) a Dutch work permit and are searching for a position to bridge the gap to your next job or return home. Since you will be working in a multinational team you should be able to communicate with you colleagues in English (verbal and in writing).
The selection process will consist out of two rounds. The first round will consist out of an interview with the selection committee. In a possible second round interview you will get the opportunity to present your personal expertise and your vision on the to be conducted research.
Acquisition in response to this vacancy is not appreciated.
Collega's aan het woord
Wil je weten hoe het is om in het LUMC te werken? Lees dan de verhalen van onze LUMC-collega's.
The Interventional Molecular Imaging laboratory (IMI-Lab) is a highly multidisciplinary research team that is embedded within the LUMC’s department of Radiology. Next to our own laboratory facilities you will have access to all shared facilities and can follow internal trainings, workshops etc. You will also be working closely with surgeons from the LUMC and nearby hospitals.
Carrière in het LUMC
Getting better at ground-breaking levels; that's our mission. This applies not only to healthcare, but also to our employees. The LUMC facilitates you with maintaining and development of your knowledge and skills. To this end we, among others, offer internal education and refresher training. Personal development, mobility and career advice are available.