Jobbet "MD or cand. scient - Research project within Endocrinology " er udløbet

Region Hovedstaden

Region Hovedstaden

Blegdamsvej 9, 2100 København Ø

Dit næste skridt

Group of Skeletal, Mineral and Gonadal Endocrinology

Department of Growth and Reproduction, Rigshospitalet

The project:

We are looking for a highly dedicated MD or cand. scient in molecular biomedicine, molecular biology, human biology, medicine to carry out research project in the field of endocrinology. You will be part of a translational team comprising molecular biologists, physicians, human biologists, and candidates from molecular biomedicine that all investigate the clinical implications of a novel endocrine crosstalk between the pituitary, gonads, kidney and the bone. If you are interested in doing translational research here combining functional animal models with human models or interventions in humans in virtually all our projects.

The project will specifically focus on the Calcium sensing receptor in non- classical targets

The techniques employed in the projects will be

  • In vivo work on conditional knock out mice and xenograft models
  • In vitro work on human cell lines
  • Ex vivo work on human tissue
  • Human intervention studies

We expect that you are highly skilled, motivated, enthusiastic, hard-working teamplayer and take responsibility for your project. It is a great advantage if you already have some experience with laboratory work or published scientific articles.

What we offer:

You will be a part of the Group of Skeletal, Mineral, and Gonadal Endocrinology led by MD, DMSc Martin Blomberg Jensen, who is also a part time lecturer at Division of Bone and Mineral Research at Harvard University, Boston. Our group is located at the Department of Growth and Reproduction at Rigshospitalet and consists of 6 PhD students working in close collaboration with more than 50 other researcher within the department. We offer an inspiring research environment with skilled and driven scientists. The current employment will be at least one year starting November 1th 2019 but we hope it can be extended to secure a full PhD project.


Do not hesitate to send us an email or give us a call: MD, DMSc, Martin Blomberg Jensen, mail:, phone: 26357332.

Application deadline: September 22, 2019.