INSELSPITAL

Endometriosis is a prevalent and often painful disease characterised by the implantation and growth of endometrial epithelial and stromal cells outside the uterine cavity. The disease involves many disorders in the immunological, metabolic, hormonal systems, and unfortunately the decisive trigger has not yet been identified

INSELSPITAL Bern, Bern, Switzerland
02/09/2020
Full time
The challenge Planning and conductance of clinical studies applying diabetes technology Data analysis and statistics Contribution to the development of new control algorithms for automated delivery of insulin and other glucose-regulatory drugs within an interdisciplinary framework (clinicians and engineers). Write and submit grants and clinical research papers independently and prepare and give oral / poster presentations at international conferences Come up with original ideas and work towards proving them and ultimately getting them funded through the grant submission process Your profile Biomedical background (MD and/or PhD) with formal training in Medicine and knowledge about clinical management of diabetes Prior experience in clinical research (e.g. including legal, regulatory, and practical aspects of clinical trials) are highly desirable Ability to analyse data using statistical software Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English and...
INSELSPITAL Bern, Bern, Switzerland
08/08/2020
Full time
Who we are Endometriosis is a prevalent and often painful disease characterised by the implantation and growth of endometrial epithelial and stromal cells outside the uterine cavity. The disease involves many disorders in the immunological, metabolic, hormonal systems, and unfortunately the decisive trigger has not yet been identified. It is nonetheless commonly accepted that endometriosis is usually found following retrograde menstruation. This means that during the period some of the menstrual blood flows through the fallopian tubes and reaches the abdominal cavity. This blood contains cells from the uterus that are viable and adhere to the peritoneum. This is why the lining of the endometrium, as the cellular source, has been and is still under intensive study. Our research laboratory is linked to the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of the Inselspital which allows us to directly analyse tissues and fluids that are collected during the laparoscopic surgery. By...