The Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences (RIMLS) is a leading multidisciplinary research school within the domain of molecular mechanisms of disease and particularly in the fields of molecular medicine, cell biology and translational research. The RIMLS accommodates research groups from the Radboud University Medical Centre and the Faculty of Science at the Radboud University Nijmegen. Our research is focused along seven main research themes in keeping with our mission towards 'Understanding the molecular basis of disease'.
The RIMLS offers ample positions for talented and ambitious new colleagues. There are frequent job openings for talented researchers, technical personnel and students alike. These positions are advertised on our site on a weekly basis.
Applications are invited for:
A major goal of the RIMLS is the translation of basic knowledge generated from biomedical research into clinical application, in the development of diagnostics and innovation in the treatment of disease. The multi-disciplinary approach to research in molecular life science is also reflected in an established Graduate School with dedicated International Research Masters and PhD program, in addition the furthering innovation through Technology Platforms. The RIMLS further investments in these themes are based on the following strategic areas of research: (a) Bionanoscience, (b) Tissue engineering, (c) Medical systems biology and (d) Molecular imaging.