News from the Behrendt Lab
6’th October 2020
PhD and Postdoctoral opportunities through the Centre for Digital Life, Norway
Are you working or studying at the Centre for Digital Life in Norway? If so, there is now a fantastic opportunity to apply for a 3-year project to join my (SciLifeLab-associated) group.
Work in my lab is centered around the data driven investigation of pollutant effects under recreated and natural scenarios and thus aligns well with SciLifeLab’s long-term strategy on data driven science. A good candidate should have interest in one, or more, of the following topics: microfluidics, image analysis, machine learning, microalgal phenotyping and/or multiple stress theory.
Interested? If so, read more about the application procedure and matchmaking process here: https://digitallifenorway.org/gb/news/join-matchmaking-for-mobility-grant
Looking forward to hearing from you and to meet you at the matchmaking event on the 21’st of October!
2’nd September 2020
PhenoChip manuscript finally out!
Brief summary: PhenoChip enables the observation and selection of single microalgae cells based on their phenotype. A useful tool for ecosystem restoration (full story here) and ecotoxicology!
11’th June 2020
Two year postdoc position in ‘Ectoxicology-on-a-chip’
Excited to receiving your excellent application and welcoming you soon in Uppsala! Questions? Send an e-mail to email@example.com
1’st May 2020
Newest member of the Behrendt Lab: Yuan Cui
Yuan joined the Behrendt lab in May 2020. In her project, Yuan will develop a microfluidic platform to measure the metabolism in single marine phytoplankton cells. The platform will form a core pillar of her PhD work in assessing the environmental impacts on cells with a focus on heterogeneity within populations.
1’st March 2020
Newest member of the Behrendt Lab: Linhong Xiao
Linhong joined the Behrendt lab in March 2020. In her project, Linhong will investigate combined temperature and pollutant effects on important phytoplankton species.
10’th October 2019
We are thankful for the generous support of the Swedish research council for establishing ‘Ecotoxicology-on-a-chip’ technologies