IRB Barcelona is a self-standing, non-profit institution devoted to basic and applied biomedical research. It was set up in 2005 jointly by the Government of Catalonia and the University of Barcelona and is located at the Barcelona Science Park. The institute currently has more than 430 members (scientific, technical and administrative staff) from all over the world, who work across disciplines to advance research in the biomedical sciences.
Applications for the above opening should include a cover letter summarizing research interests and goals, full curriculum vitae and the names and addresses of two references, and should be sent by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the Reference: PD/19/03
If no suitable candidate is found, the deadline will be extended.
- Pre-selection: Will be based on CV, experience and motivation letter.
- Interviews: Short-listed candidates will be interviewed.
- Job offer: Will be sent to the successful candidate after the interview.
IRB Barcelona is seeking a Postdoctoral Scientist for the Signalling and Cell Cycle Group within the Cancer Science Programme. Our laboratory investigates molecular mechanisms of signal integration during tumorigenesis using a combination of biochemical approaches, studies in cultured cells and mouse models. See recent scientific publications in https://www.irbbarcelona.org/en/research/signalling-and-cell-cycle-laboratory
Must Have – Required
Working conditions: Employed in compliance with Spanish legislation and regulations under a full-time contract. Employees receive the benefits of the Spanish Social Security system covering sickness, maternity/paternity leaves and injuries at work.
Training and Career: Postdoctoral researchers joining IRB Barcelona gain access to the Institute’s advanced research training and career development opportunities, all within in a competitive international environment. Courses and workshops on themes of particular interest to postdocs are offered regularly by the Institute.
International environment: Nearly 90 Postdoctoral researchers (more than a half non-Spanish nationals) are currently working at IRB Barcelona.