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PostDoc position in synthesis and evaluation of novel contrast agents

Université de Genève
Pharmaceutical technology

WorkplaceGenève 4, Rue Michel-Servet 1, Lake Geneva region, Switzerland
Duration1 year, renewable
Occupation rate
90% - 100%
Job StartSeptember 2021

University of Geneva, Pharmaceutical sciences, ISPSO

The School of pharmaceutical sciences promotes pharmaceutical sciences through excellence in education and research and assists in specific activities in humanity pharmacy. The School takes on a strong responsibility to maintain a high quality training of all professionals involved in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences.


Project: Based on recent observations with novel contrast agents for medical imaging designed in our laboratory, the aim of the project is to further improve these compounds and formulations with respect to their systemic delivery. The project consists of the synthesis, in vitro, and in vivo evaluation of novel compounds in collaboration with senior scientists in our laboratory.


PhD in synthetic organic chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, or medicinal chemistry, or a related discipline. The candidate will be expected to learn new techniques and develop new avenues of research. The successful candidate should have a strong background in synthetic organic chemistry, peptide synthesis, click chemistry and polymer synthesis. The knowledge of different labeling techniques will be an asset. The ability to conduct independent research and excellent communication skills are essential.

The Postdoctoral fellow will have a position of assistant. He/she will participate to training and teaching for undergraduate students.

We offer

The salary will follow the standards of the University of Geneva.

Contact and Address

Send your application to Prof. Eric Allémann ( eric.allemannunige.ch ) and to Prof. Norbert Lange ( norbert.langeunige.ch )



0041 (0)22 379 61 48


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