The two PhD projects aim to (i) establish a protein marker panel for monitoring toxicity in fish cell lines and (ii) develop fish cell-based models for neurotoxicity testing. The postdoc will work to build a modular testing framework integrating in vitro assays and computational modeling, which will be developed in close collaboration with social scientists and with input from industry and government experts.

The positions are open at the Eawag, the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology.

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