University of Zurich


» Job Offers: University of Zurich

Last job offers

Health - 11.04
PhD position in Digital Health - position University of Zurich
Economics - 10.04
PhD position in First Language Acquisition - position University of Zurich
Life Sciences - 09.04
PhD position (4 years), program Biomedicine - position University of Zurich
Research Management - 08.04
Doktorand*in (d/w/m) University of Zurich
Chemistry - 27.03
PhD Candidate Position in Physical Chemistry - Student University of Zurich


An Immunotherapy to Overcome Resistant Leukemia

Health - Mar 21

Researchers at the University of Zurich and the University Hospital Zurich have discovered that a specific mutation in the cancer cells of an aggressive type of blood cancer can prevent novel immunotherapies such as CAR T-cell therapy from working. Their study also explains why the cancer cells are resistant and how this resistance can be overcome: through concomitant pharmacotherapy or genetically improved CAR T-cells.

Environment - Mar 20

Ancient Giant Dolphin Discovered in the Amazon


Measuring between 3 to 3.5 meters, 16 million years old: Paleontologists from the University of Zurich have announced the discovery of a new species of freshwater dolphin in the Peruvian Amazon region. Surprisingly, its closest living relatives can be found in the river dolphins of South Asia.

Music - Feb 27

Live Music Emotionally Moves Us More than Streamed Music


How does listening to live music affect the emotional center of our brain? A study carried out at the University of Zurich has found that live performances trigger a stronger emotional response than listening to music from a device. Concerts connect performers with their audience, which may also have to do with evolutionary factors.

Life Sciences - Feb 22

Cracking the Code of Neurodegeneration

Life Sciences

Scientists at the University of Zurich have developed an innovative neural cell culture model, shedding light on the intricate mechanisms underlying neurodegeneration. Their research pinpointed a misbehaving protein as a promising therapeutic target in the treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and frontotemporal dementia (FTD).

Health - Feb 7

Stress Influences Brain and Psyche Via Immune System


Chronic stress affects the immune system and the brain. researchers now show that a particular enzyme found in cells of the immune system enters the brain under stress. In mice, it causes them to withdraw and avoid social contact. This newly discovered connection between body and mind in stress-related mental illnesses could lead to new treatments for depression.

Paleontology - Mar 18

UZH Opens New Natural History Museum with Four Dinosaurs


The new Natural History Museum of the University of Zurich brings together zoology, paleontology, anthropology and botany under the same roof. The museum opens with four new dinosaur skeletons and various other additions that shine a light on how evolution and biodiversity have shaped life on our planet.

Health - Feb 26

Arterial Connections Improve Treatment Outcomes Following Stroke


Blood vessels that cross-connect adjacent arterial trees regulate blood flow to the brain in stroke patients. Researchers at the University of Zurich have now shown that these vessels prevent brain hemorrhage following treatment to remove blood clots. They play a crucial role in the recovery of stroke patients.

Life Sciences - Feb 15

Asexual Propagation of Crop Plants Gets Closer

Life Sciences

When the female gametes in plants become fertilized, a signal from the sperm activates cell division, leading to the formation of new plant seeds. This activation can also be deliberately triggered without fertilization, as researchers have shown. Their findings open up new avenues for the asexual propagation of crop plants.

Health - Feb 1

Alexandra Trkola Awarded US$3 Million Grant


The renowned virologist from the University of Zurich receives the major award from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for an innovative project on HIV vaccines. The grant will fund vaccine studies in well-studied groups of people living with HIV in Switzerland and South Africa to guide the design of a preventative HIV vaccine.

website - preview