Offene Stellen

  • Professor in General Surgery and Head of the Department of General Surgery HFR (100%)
  • Laboratory Technician (35%)

    The laboratory of applied cancer research (LACR) at the University of Fribourg, headed by Prof. Alessandra Curioni-Fontecedro, is looking for a laboratory technician to support research projects on thoracic cancers. We are located at the Perolles Campus in a lively environment. You will work together with a small team of graduate students and senior scientists will be responsible for general lab duties and support the scientists in processing human specimen.

    Your main tasks include:

    • Daily maintenance of a cell culture lab and assistance with general lab duties (autoclaving, refilling of stocks, equipment cleaning...)
    • Maintenance of inventory & ordering of relevant material and equipment
    • Processing fresh human material
    • Supporting with establishment of immunofluorescence imaging protocols

    Your profile:

    • An education as a laboratory technician
    • Knowledge in cell passaging, amplification, and cryopreservation
    • Technical experience in tissue handling and imaging would be a plus
    • Good organizational skills, precise and fast learner
    • A desire to work in a collaborative environment
    • A good proficiency in English and French (German is optional)
    • Must have a work permit in Switzerland

    What we offer

    We offer an attractive package in a dynamic and interdisciplinary work environment, which offers many opportunities for the applicants’ professional development. The salary is calculated according to cantonal regulations.

    Interested candidates should send Motivation letter highlighting your background, a CV and the contacts of two references PDF format to :
    Dr. Stefanie Hiltbrunner, with copy to Prof. Alessandra Curioni-Fontecedro,

    Dead line for application: January 6, 2023
    Start: February 1st, 2023 or upon agreement

  • INTERSHIP POSITION : Minimum 6 month

    The IC Stoke Team is looking for a student to collaborate on their research projects in Switzerland.

    The student will have the opportunity to work in an international and highly motivating environment. The project involves the development of a new model of subcortical stroke in non-human primates and of cortico-spinal rehabilitation technologies for the recovery of arm and hand movements.

    The student will help with the management and setup of behavioral tasks, and participate to scientific discussions and data analysis.


    • Knowledge in English
    • Basic Knowledge in Matlab
    • Positive and pro-active attitude

    New Knowledge

    • Software: Vicon, Nexus, Matlab
    • Tasks: Kuka Robot, calibration, execution
    • Data analysis : Tracking, progam execution

    Interested persons lacking one or more of these requirements will be also considered according to the specific case.

    Dr. Charles Latchoumane,