Apply for Open Positions: Associate Senior Lecturer in Molecular Medicine

We are currently searching for candidates with expertise and good scientific credentials in translational molecular medicine for a tenure track position as Associate Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor). Candidates with both experimental and clinical research background are welcome to apply. The incentive for the position is a support package including funding for group members as postdoctoral associate and/or PhD student as well as support for expenditures.

2 Open positions at the medical faculty Sahlgrenska Academy

Apply latest: 2024-02-20

1 Open position at the Science faculty

Apply latest: 2024-02-15

"We are very pleased to announce three additional fellow positions at the University of Gothenburg. I was a fellow in the research program myself and I know what a fantastic opportunity this is for young researchers, both through financial security enabling focused research, and a fantastic interdisciplinary network locally and nationally that stimulates new perspectives."

Gustav Smith
Director of WCMTM in Gothenburg

Reach your full scientific potential

The Wallenberg Centre for Molecular and Translational Medicine at the University in Gothenburg was established in collaboration between the KAW Foundation, Region Västra Götaland (Sahlgrenska University Hospital), and AstraZeneca.

The Wallenberg Molecular Medicine Fellows program aims to recruit outstanding young scientists within the area of molecular medicine and to provide them with resources, core facilities and a research environment that enables them to realize their full scientific potential and significantly advance the field of molecular medicine in Sweden.

Photo: Johan Wingborg

Research environments in the interface between academia, health care and the pharmaceutical industry

The Centre includes activities at the Sahlgrenska Academy and Faculty of Science at the University of Gothenburg, Sahlgrenska University Hospital, and AstraZeneca in order to ensure unique translational research environments in the interface between academia, health care and the pharmaceutical industry.

Activities at the Centre in Gothenburg are particularly focused on molecular medicine for metabolic and degenerative diseases, neuroscience, inflammation, and cancer as well as life science chemistry. The Centre has since 2016 recruited 27 young researchers within these areas who each contribute with their expertise with the aim of improved prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.