The Cytoskeleton & Cancer Progression team within the Department of Oncology is seeking a dedicated Post-doctoral Fellow.
The Cytoskeleton & Cancer Progression team within the Department of Oncology of LIH, is seeking a dedicated PhD Student.
PHD STUDENTTo be part of the Tumor Stroma Interactions research group (Head: PI: Dr. E. Moussay and Dr. Jérôme Paggetti) within the Department of Oncolgy at the LIH, we are currently looking for PhD student in Leukemia.
To be part of the Tumor Stroma Interactions research group (Head: PI: Dr. E. Moussay and Dr. Jérôme Paggetti within the Department of Oncolgy at the LIH, we are currently looking for a Post-doctoral Fellow in Leukemia Research.
Funded by the prestigious eMED-BMBFprogram, the newly started Cancer Metabolism groupwithin the Department of Oncology ofLIH, is seeking a dedicated Postdoctoral fellow in Immunometabolism.
CCMS – COMPETENCE CENTER FOR METHODOLOGY AND STATISTICSThe Biostatistician will join the LIH’s Competence Center for Methodology and Statistics (CCMS).Within the clinical research hub of the Department of Population Health, the CCMS provides methodological support in statistical planning and analysis and data handling for various laboratories and research groups as well as offering training in statistics and support in writing papers.
Within the Department of Population Health, Dr. Torsten Bohn, Head of a newly formed group around Food, Diet, Nutrition & Health, aims to explore the relation of dietary patterns, nutrient composition and chronic disease aspects with a focus on cardiometabolic health and associated disease markers. More specifically, his team is investigating the influence of bioctive nutrients and phytochemicals, as well as nutritional patterns, on novel markers of health, such as innovative biomarkers and health indices. A close collaboration with the other departmental teams around environmental pollution, physical activity and e-health is vital.
In 2013, the LIH has been mandated by the Ministry of Health to set up a nationwide population-based cancer registry. The National Cancer Registry (RNC) is a systematic, continuous, exhaustive and non-redundant collection of data for each new case of cancer (excluded non melanoma skin cancer). The RNC is aimed at providing an objective analysis of cancer evolution in Luxembourg, and enables health care professionals and public authorities to better assess the quality of care provided to patients suffering from cancer. Further goal is to evaluate prevention campaigns and national cancer screening programs. In the medium term, the registry will serve as a tool to evaluate whether the National Cancer Plan is achieving its objectives. One of the purpose of the RNC is to be an infrastructure dedicated to epidemiological and clinical research in oncology. The RNC team is composed of a Scientific Director, an Operational Director, an epidemiologist, a data-manager, two IT developers and a statistician.