Focusing on regenerative medicine (regeneration, replacement and repair), The Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine at Lund University, WCMM LU, is a part of a national effort to reposition Sweden as a world-leading life science nation.
We are looking for new Group leaders
Please don't hesitate to contact the WCMM LU Director Freddy Ståhlberg if you have any questions.
Two research positions at the level of Associate Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor) are now open within the Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine at Lund University (WCMM LU) in the following areas:
- Tissue Repair in Infectious Diseases
- Translation of preclinical regenerative medicine into advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMP)
Click on the links above to see the announcements.
Welcome with your application – the deadline for submission is April 26, 2018
We now announce the final “fourth round” for new academic positions in the WCMM program and we invite research groups to submit a Letter of intent (LOI), describing a proposal for a research field adequate within the “Specialisation at Lund University” (see homepage). We welcome suggestions in all relevant fields, also those already covered. We encourage LoI submissions in areas not yet covered in the WCMM program, including environments fusing several fields into a common theme. Details about how to write the LOI can be found below. Deadline for submission December 15th 2017, 24.00.
The Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine at Lund University was officially opened on Monday October 16th. Now five out of 10 young internationally recruited top researchers are in place. Together with researching clinical specialists, they will develop the future's medical treatment methods for several major disease areas.
Lund University and Skåne University Hospital hereby announce four clinical research positions within the Wallenberg Centre for Molecular Medicine at Lund University (WCMM LU).
SciLifeLab (Science for Life Laboratory), a national center for biomolecular sciences, and the Wallenberg Centers for Molecular Medicine (WCMM) in Gothenburg, Linköping, Lund and Umeå have formed a collaborative network to bring together the future leaders of life science and molecular medicine in Sweden.