Open positions within the Cluster

PhD student position: Vascular Toxicology and Extracellular Vesicles

The LBI Trauma is seeking to hire a PhD student (30 hours/week) within its Vascular Biology Group. The student will be enrolled in the PhD Program (N094) “Vascular Biology” at the Medical University of Vienna (MUW) and supervised by the group leader Dr. Wolfgang Holnthoner.

Further information:


Scientist, PostDoc level + PhD position

Evercyte are seeking an ambitious and creative scientist to support our team in production and characterization of cell-derived vesicles (extracellular vesicles and extruded nanovesicles). Applications per mail to

Additionally, there is an PhD position within a Marie Curie ITN for students from abroad or living in Austria for less than a year before the application, more info via exaxess:

Associate Engineer & Engineering Technician

Ascense Medical is an early-stage medical device company, based in Vienna, Austria, currently developing the next generation technology for the treatment of aortic disease. Ascense Medical is seeking

  • a Mechanical Engineer / Technician with hands on product, tool and fixture development experience
  • a Technician with hands on experience developing prototypes and testing using standard measuring equipment and development experience.
More information:
Associate Engineer.pdf
Engineering Technician.pdf

ENROL Engineering for Life Sciences

ENROL is an interdisciplinary Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND doctoral programme at Technische Universität Wien that is set up to educate and train a new generation of early stage researchers (ESRs) to study and develop novel technologies and engineering solutions for the life sciences.

A new call will open September 22.

Postdoc position in Aging Research

The lab of Markus Schosserer at Medical University Vienna is offering a Postdoc position (full-time) for 3 years with option for extension. The research will focus on investigating RNA modifications in cellular and organismal aging to identify their functional consequences on protein synthesis and physiology. Cellular senescence is studied on different human cells, Caenorhabditis elegans as well as preclinical models.

Please send your applications to

Further information via the PDF: