Please refer to JobSuchmaschine in your application
Switzerland, Basel-Town, Basel
The position will be part of a cross functional team within Roche that includes members from the Discovery and Translational Medicine Group in Ophthalmology and from Pharmaceutical sciences. The main aim of this group is the discovery of novel Biomarker to support our translational efforts for one of our projects in which we aim to treat ophthalmic complications of diabetes in the eye, that include Diabetic macular edema and/or diabetic retinopathy.
The RiSE program (Roche Internships for Scientific Exchange) offers the most talented students the opportunity to enhance their competencies and to gain valuable work experience in this area of translational medicine with us.
All stakeholders are located in Basel, Switzerland. In order to understand disease pathomechanism of disease and to identify associated biomarkers we are using and continuously evaluating novel cutting edge genetic, molecular and imaging methodologies.
The successful candidate will be part of these efforts to establish, evaluate and apply a novel, very sensitive sequencing technology called transient transcriptome sequencing (tt-Seq) that allows characterizing immediate transcriptional responses of cells with a high temporal resolution of minutes and apply this to human cells and disease models available in house.
During the internship your tasks will include:
You are someone who wants to influence your own development. You are looking for a company where you have the opportunity to pursue your interests across functions and geographies. Where a job title is not considered the final definition of who you are, but the starting point.
Moreover you are/have:
Information about application documents and start date: The preferred start date of the internship is [Early 2018] or upon availability.
The intention is to find a mutual beneficial and ideally complementary approach for collaboration in the space of Neuroinflammation in Ophthalmology, thus, please explain in a cover letter your particular interest in this area.
Applications need to include a CV and a cover letter, as well as a letter from your academic supervisor supporting your RiSE application.
Please note that non-EU/EFTA nationals have to successfully apply for a Swiss work permit.