Postdoctoral opportunities

IRB BARCELONA INTERNATIONAL POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS (IRBPostPro 2.0)

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Deadline for applications EXTENDED: 19th July 2016. 14:59h CET Time

Juan de la Cierva Fellowships

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Contact us before 12 January 2017

BIST Postdoctoral Fellowship Programme

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Deadline for applications: 20 April 2018 end of the day (CET)

Testimonials

Testimonials

Postdoctoral Fellow

«One of my goals when choosing IRB Barcelona was also to gain experience in tech transfer. I have ideas. And I want to learn how to convert them into a business.»

Alumni - Research Associate

«Controlling a biological process from outside is the future of chemistry and opens up promising roads for advancements in pharmacological research.»

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Postdoctoral Fellow

«At IRB Barcelona I found a solid scientifc project, and the opportunity to 'contaminate' myself working with biophysicists. The solvency of the Institute, the competitiveness of the science together with the unparalleled quality of lifeof the city convinced me that this was the best choice for my career.»

Postdoctoral Fellow

«The research quality at IRB Barcelona is very high, and the good weather is a bonus! I also had first-class help from the Institute to get settled in.»

Noticias

<p>Image of breast cancer cells derived from a mouse mammary tumour (in blue: nucleus, in green: tubulin) Author: Begoña Cánovas, IRB Barcelona</p>
24 May 2018

Greater knowledge of the mechanisms that contribute to the survival of tumour cells is key to vanquishing them.

<p>The graphic shows a new class of prolyl oligopeptidase (POP) inhibitor. The inhibitor is able to reach the brain and bind to the POP protein, In yellow/red, the reactive group of the inhibitor that bind to the catalytic site of the protein (S Guardiola)</p>
17 May 2018

An article published in Cell Chemical Biology by scientists at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) describes a new class of prolyl oligopeptidase (POP) inhibitors.

<p>Normal Drosophila melanogaster spermatozoa. Orange shows heads and green shows tails. Photo courtesy of S. Llamazares / Gonzalez Lab</p>
11 May 2018

The group led by ICREA Research Professor Cayetano Gonzalez at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona), in collaboration with Giuliano Callaini’s team at the University of Siena i

<p>Mouse cells with DOR protein. (M. Romero, IRB Barcelona)</p>
19 Apr 2018

Obesity is a world health problem since excessive accumulation of fat tissue (or adipose tissue) increases the risk of cardiovascular disease, hypertension, diabetes and some types of cancer.

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Clara Caminal
Section Head of Academic & International Scientific Affairs Office
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