Karolinska Institutet, The Department of Medicine, Huddinge

Dep. of Medicine, Huddinge
The Department of Medicine, Huddinge conducted preclinical and clinical research in a variety of areas and undergraduate and graduate education. The department is internationally oriented and consists of seven units with about 40 teams. 

The Center for Hematology and Regenerative Medicine (HERM; http://ki.se/en/medh/herm) is a new translational research center encompassing research groups involved in hematology, hemopoiesis, immunology and cell therapy.

HERM was created during 2011 with a mission to join research groups within hematology and hemopoietic cell therapy at Karolinska Institutet in a new translational research environment. The establishment of HERM was made possible through support from the Karolinska University Hospital and the Karolinska Institutet Wallenberg Institute of Regenerative Medicine (WIRM) and the Department of Medicine, Huddinge. HERM has an excellent structure and capacity for advanced cell culture and biobanking, and has with support from WIRM, established a new cutting-edge facility for flow cytometry.

Description of the research group
The Woll group's (http://ki.se/en/medh/petter-woll-group) research focus is on cellular and molecular pathways governing the earliest fate decisions in normal hematopoiesis (Luc et al, Nat Immuol, 2012; Böiers et al, Cell Stem Cell, 2013; Sanjuan-Pla et al, Nature, 2013; Drissen et al., Nat Immunol, 2016) and how these are dysregulated in hematologic malignancies (Tehranchi et al, New Engl J Med, 2010; Mead et al, Cell Rep, 2013; Woll et al, Cancer Cell, 2014). This is studied in mouse models, as well as in relevant patients. Key technologies applied towards these research directions include advanced flow cytometry, mouse genetics, high-throughput DNA and RNA sequencing including single cell analysis, and various in vitro and in vivo stem cell assays.

Job description
We are seeking a lab manager with an extensive background in advanced flow cytometry analysis and cell sorting.

In addition to the entry requirements, the candidate will be responsible for organizing common lab resources, such as equipment, reagents and lab infrastructure. The candidate will also take responsibility towards training new lab members in flow cytometry, as well as assist in the general introduction of the laboratory for new staff, guest researches and graduate students. 


  • A PhD degree in biology
  • Documented track record in advanced flow cytometry (10 or more parameter analysis)
  • Previous experience in experimental application of molecular and cellular biology techniques to the study of hematopoiesis
  • Experience in documentation and storage of research data
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Demonstrate competence towards training PhD students and postdocs in flow cytometry 


  • Strong organizational skills to plan experimental bench-work
  • Experience with administrative systems for tracking and charging lab orders
  • Strong language skills, including ability to speak and write English fluently, and understand basic Swedish language
  • Emphasis will be placed on personal qualities such as responsibility, flexibility, teamwork and ability to solve problems

 Application process

An employment application must contain the following documents in English or Swedish:

  1. A complete curriculum vitae
  2. A personal letter, including motivation for the position
  3. Names and contact details of two references that are familiar with the applicants recent research and training
Type of employment Visstidsanställning längre än 6 månader
Contract type Full time
Number of positions 1
Working hours 100 %
City Huddinge
County Stockholms län
Country Sweden
Reference number 2-6434/2018
  • Petter Woll, Group Leader, Assistant Professor, , petter.woll@ki.se
Union representative
  • Yvonne Edlund OFR/ST , yvonne.edlund@ki.se
  • Mats Rudling, SACO, mats.rudling@ki.se
Published 17.Nov.2018
Last application date 27.Nov.2018 11:59 PM CET

Tillbaka till lediga jobb