Medicine and Life Sciences

Health - Oct 19
Higher education institutions frequently offer mentored research experiences to increase undergraduate student interest, motivation and preparedness for research careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematic and Medicine (STEMM) fields. However, for participating students from historically underrepresented groups, unaddressed cultural factors may hinder engagement and result in a less effective mentoring relationship.
Life Sciences - Oct 19

Study reveals brain mechanisms underlying irrational decision-making "If we can't control our in-built attraction to happy endings, then we can't trust our choices to serve our best interests." Martin Vestergaard Humans are hard-wired to prefer experiences that end well, and the influence of previous experience declines the longer ago it happened.

Life Sciences - Oct 18
Life Sciences

Bad attitudes lead to moral judgments rooted in our basic survival mechanisms. And scientists from the University of Geneva have demonstrated that they are linked to foul smells.

Life Sciences - Oct 16
Life Sciences

A study by the Brain Research Institute at UZH reveals that early trauma leads to changes in blood metabolites - similarly in mice and humans. Experiments with mice have show that these potentially harmful effects on health are also passed to the next generation. The researchers have identified a biological mechanism by which traumatic experiences become embedded in germ cells.

Health - Oct 19

Initial findings from a study looking at the longer-term impact of COVID-19 has found that a large proportion COVID-19 patients discharged from hospital were still experiencing symptoms of breathlessness, fatigue, anxiety and depression two to three months after contracting the virus.

Life Sciences - Oct 16
Life Sciences

Droplets of fat inside our cells are helping the body's own defence system fight back against infection, University of Queensland researchers have discovered.

Health - Oct 15
Health

Many cells in the body must pass through tissue, which sometimes requires them to get out of tight corners. An international research team co-led by ETH Zurich has now examined how cells recognise and escape from such bottlenecks. Among the results of the team's work are new pointers for how to improve immunotherapy.

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Post-doc Position Geneva Platelet Group University of Geneva
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Professeur-e ordinaire ou associé-e, médecin-chef-fe du service de gériatrie Université de Genève / Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève HUG
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Professeur-e ordinaire ou associé-e en orthodontie Université de Genève
Life Sciences - 19.10
Postdoctoral fellowship in neuronal circuits of movement University of Copenhagen
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Postdoctoral Researcher in Epidemiology Karolinska Institute, Stockholm
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Postdoctorale positie binnen motorische controle en leren Katholieke Universiteit te Leuven (KU Leuven)
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