Technician Center for Proteomics and Metabolomics

Teaching & research staff

Your position

We are looking for an enthusiastic technician to join the team of the Metabolomics Group in the Center for Proteomics and Metabolomics. If you enjoy using the latest analytical techniques this might be the position for you!

In short

• Your work will mainly consist of sample preparation and analysis
• You will focus on both sample preparation for Lipidomics and Metabolomics studies.
• You will be involved in multidisciplinary research projects
• You will work in an international multidisciplinary environment

What you do

You will focus on sample preparation for lipidomics and metabolomics analysis. Your work involves sample preparation, sample analysis as well as to some degree data analysis and data reporting. Your main task will be focused on sample preparation, using different techniques as for example SPE, automated SPE, lipid extraction, and protein precipitation.

What we ask

You have finished a BSc or MSc in chemistry or analytical chemistry. Ideally you have some experience in mass spectrometry based metabolomics and/or lipidomics. A good English level is mandatory in order to communicate with international collaboration partners and interact with international PhD students within the group. And finally, you have an interest in data analysis and reporting.

More information

References will be requested as part of the application procedure.  

Aroena Badal

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Your workplace

The Metabolomics Group is actively participating in fundamental as well as clinical research within and outside the LUMC. The group performs cutting edge chemical analysis using modern analytical techniques, such as mass spectrometry, chromatography and NMR analysis.

Your career at the LUMC

The LUMC offers opportunities to maintain and develop your knowledge and skills. We offer internal courses and in-service training to help you with your personal development. We also offer services for mobility and career advice.

Contact: Martin Giera, associate professor, Center for Proteomics and Metabolomics
+31(0)71 526 68 87

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