Three positions available at our Department

Master student position (Translational Research Unit)

Immunotherapy & Biotechnology: Validation of humanized Chimeric Antigen Receptors targeted against solid tumour

A Master position is available for 2021 at the Unit of Translational Research, Department of Cellular Therapy, Oslo University Hospital (OUS) Radiumhospitalet under the supervision of Sébastien Wälchli (Senior researcher, group leader).

We offer: (1) a position in a dynamic environment within a modern/fully equipped facility (Oslo Cancer Cluster Incubator next to Radium hospital) and (2) the possibility to use advanced technology.

Successful candidates might be sent to an international conference.

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Any questions about the position can be sent to the following e-mail address:


Biomedical scientist position (clinical ward)

Main Tasks:  Preparation and processing of cell therapy products in classified clean rooms for use in patient treatment. This will include apheresis, quality work and processing of products in clean rooms after cell harvesting. It may be relevant that the person hired is part of a shift

Qualifications: The candidate must be a trained bioengineer. Experience with apheresis and work in clean rooms will be emphasized. Experience with methods such as flow cytometry, hematology machines and clonogenic assays will be emphasized. Good Norwegian skills Personal characteristics Flexibility Good collaboration skills Personal suitability and ability to work in teams will be emphasized. Applicants must be responsible, independent and thrive on interdisciplinary collaboration in an active and busy environment.

We offer: wages in accordance with agreement High professional level Challenging and varied work tasks Nice and social work environment Professional and personal developement.

Contact information: Section leader Dag Josefsen, mobile 95990328

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Chief physician at the clinical ward

The section for cell therapy manufactures and processes high-quality cell therapy products on behalf of the Department of Cancer Treatment, the Department of Blood Diseases, the Department of Pediatrics and the Bone Marrow Donor Register at OUS. In order to meet the high quality requirements, the section holds approvals from the health authorities and the Norwegian Medicines Agency. The section is also accredited by JACIE (Joint Accreditation Committee ISCT-Europe & EBMT). We have also established the production and manufacture of advanced cell therapy (ACT) products for clinical trials. To meet the increased demand for ACT products, we are in the process of establishing a separate unit for the manufacture of ACT products within the section.

There is now a vacancy for chief physician at the section. The superior will be part of the daily operations of the section. This includes patient work, laboratory work and participation in research and development work at the section. As chief physician, you will also participate in a contingency plan. Attention is drawn to the fact that the position's areas of responsibility and tasks as well as geographical location may change as a result of restructuring at Oslo University Hospital.

Contact information: Section leader Dag Josefsen, mobile 95990328

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For other opportunities, make sure to take a look at the OUS recruitment page!