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PhD Student position
One PhD student position is available to work on immune regulation, lineage commitment and
function of innate lymphoid cells (ILC).
PhD student position
The laboratory of Daniela Finke has a long-standing research focus on innate lymphoid cells (ILCs),
which produce cytokines regulating immune responses, inflammation and tissue repair. Current
research on ILC subsets is dramatically changing our knowledge on lymphocyte lineage relation-
ship, collaboration of innate and adaptive immune cells and immune homeostasis.
The PhD project is on pathways controlling activation and differentiation of ILCs during steady state
and inflammatory conditions. New regulatory pathways in ILC differentiation and function are
currently tested using state-of-the-art technologies in cell and molecular biology, viral gene delivery
systems (gain and loss of function), imaging and in vivo mouse models (inflammation, microbial
Candidates should bring a particular expertise in cell and molecular biology and have a strong back-
ground in immunology. Experience in flow cytometry, imaging and in vivo experiments with mice
would be an advantage.
The Department of Biomedicine Basel offers very attractive state-of-the art facilities in immunology,
life sciences and internationally renowned scientific environments. Our research is affiliated to the
Pediatric University Hospital, which allows us to develop new paths from bench to bedside. For
further information see our web-page: http://biomedizin.unibas.ch/home/.
Interested candidates should send an application by email together with
curriculum vitae, a list of publications and the names and contact information of
three possible referees to.
Daniela Finke (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Professor, Developmental Immunology
University Children's Hospital of Basel and Department of Biomedicine,
University of Basel