Lasers4Life (L4L) is a collaborative venture involving laser physicists, mathematicians, physicians and molecular biologists based at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) in Munich and the Center for Molecular Fingerprinting (CMF), Budapest, Hungary (http://www.cmf.science). The consortium provides a translational bridge between laser physics and clinical sciences. Its central goal is to demonstrate how a unique laser technology that generates ultrashort light pulses can be utilized for the early detection of diseases such as cancers. For more details visit: https://www.lasers4life.de/.
Blood samples are collected within clinical trials with the aim of cancer detection via infrared spectroscopic analysis. Clinical studies for cancer detection suggest that the approach carries high potential with wide societal impact, already at the early stage of development. For further development, larger clinical studies are carried out to acquire human blood samples for analysis. We are seeking a suitable candidate for filling the position of a Laser Technician for the operation and maintenance of our ultrashort pulsed lasers systems used for routine infrared spectroscopic analysis of human blood samples.
The advertised position will be located at the Laboratory for Extreme Photonics (LEX photonics; www.lex-photonics.de) of the University of Munich at the research campus Garching, north of Munich. The candidate will work in a highly international and interdisciplinary team in direct collaboration with laser engineers, developing the next generation of our laser-based infrared spectrometers, as well as the bio-laboratory, which provides the samples and supports their analysis.
We are interested in filling the positions as soon as possible and applications are continuously evaluated until the position is filled.
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