Job Opportunities

NSI will advertise relevant positions to our members upon request.


University of Oslo – Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Antibody Biology and Design

A full-time 3-year Postdoctoral Research Fellow in antibody biology and design is available in the Laboratory of Adaptive Immunity and Homeostasis of Associate Professor Jan Terje Andersen. For more details about the laboratory, please visit the web sites:

https://www.ous-research.no/andersen/

https://www.facebook.com/AndersenLaboratory/

This project relates to studies of antibody biology and engineering combined with computational studies, and will provide a unique opportunity to pursue basic research combined with development of innovative approaches. The candidate will be part of a collaborative project between the Laboratory of Adaptive Immunity and Homeostasis and the Laboratory for Computational and Systems Immunology, headed by Victor Greiff (https://greifflab.org/).

Click here to apply and for more information. Deadline: 24 June 2019


University of Oslo – PhD Research Fellowship in Computational Immunology


A full-time 3-year PhD candidate position is available from September 2019 with a flexible start between September and December 2019. The position will be supervised by Dr. Greiff (Lab for Computational and Systems Immunology) and Dr. Sandve (Laboratory for Biomedical Informatics). The announced position is part of the UiO Convergence Environment ImmunoLingo, which is headed by Dr. Greiff.

The primary objective of ImmunoLingo is to decipher how disease and antigen recognition is encoded in the immune system and to perform experiments in silico to improve intervention and treatment of human diseases.

Click here to apply and for more information. Deadline: 12 July 2019


University of Oslo – Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Antibody Characterization

A full-time 3-year Postdoctoral Research Fellow in antibody characterization is available from September 2019 with a flexible start between September and December 2019. The position will be located in the laboratories of Dr Lund-Johansen (Protein Array Laboratory) and Dr. Greiff (Lab for Computational and Systems Immunology). The announced position is part of the UiO Convergence Environment ImmunoLingo, which is headed by Dr. Greiff. The primary objective of ImmunoLingo is to decipher how disease and antigen recognition is encoded in the immune system and to perform experiments in silico to improve intervention and treatment of human diseases.

Click here to apply and for more information. Deadline: 12 July 2019