Bioinformatician Immunometabolism and Microbiota in Obesity 30%
Insel Gruppe
Bern, CH
vor 2 Tg.
source : 100000jobs.ch

As a leading university hospital with a rich tradition, the Inselspital is part of the Insel Group and is a centre ofmedical expertise and high technology with an international reputation as well as being a first-class training andresearch centre.

The challengeHow is microbiota metabolism changed during diet-induced obesity? The aim of this project is to characterize themetabolome of the gut microbiota during diet-induced obesity in a gnotobiotic mouse model.

Manipulation of themicrobial composition and bacterial engineering will be used to influence development and treatment of diet-inducedobesity.

How does the changing metabolome in diet-induced obesity influence immune functionality? The aim of this project is toelucidate how the obesity-driving metabolome impacts on immune cell metabolism and function at the molecular level andstudy how these changes might contribute to chronic inflammation in obesity.

Manipulating immune cell metabolismaccordingly will allow to assess causality and elucidate its therapeutic potential.Your profileWe are looking for highly talented and motivated bioinformatician with experience in immunology, microbiology and / ormetabolism to complement our research team.

Applicants should be fluent in English.The packageThe lab wishes to create best possible conditions for young talents to network, be creative and develop their ownideas.

You will be able to interact and train with highly skilled experts in the fields of immunology, cell biology,metabolism and microbiology.

Our lab strives to have members with a diversity of backgrounds and identities. Westrongly believe that diversity, interdisciplinarity fosters creativity and excellence, and it is our priority to makeall group members feel welcome, respected and supported.

As a leading university hospital with a rich tradition, the Inselspital is part of the Insel Group and is a centre ofmedical expertise and high technology with an international reputation as well as being a first-class training andresearch centre.

ContactFor further information please contactProf. Dr. Maria Luisa Balmer,Research Group Leader,Phone +41 31 63 2 40 70

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