The PhD candidate will conduct research on the IMPROTOX project, focusing on normal tissue damage mechanisms from proton therapy for head and neck cancer, specifically addressing damages to mandibular bone. The candidate will work on various experimental models, including cell cultures, spheroids, and xenograft models, employing techniques such as advanced microscopy, immunological assays, flow cytometry, and radiobiological assays. Collaboration with international partners and the proton therapy facility in Oslo is expected.

✅️ Tuition waiver 

✅️ Monthly allowance


  • Master of Science degree in physics, specializing in biophysics, medical physics, or radiation physics, or in bionanotechnology. Candidates expecting to complete their Master’s before August 1, 2024, may apply.
  • Equivalent of a five-year Norwegian degree program, with 120 credits obtained at the Master’s level.
  • Strong academic background (average grade B or better) in physics.
  • Fluent in English (both written and spoken).
  • Meet the requirements for admission to the faculty’s doctoral program.

How To Apply

  1. Submit an electronic application via with reference to the job number 2023/0773.
  2. Include CV, certificates, transcripts, master’s thesis, name/contact information of three referees, publications or relevant research work, and a personal letter describing your qualifications and motivation.



  • Fields

    • Physics
    • Science
  • Qualifications

    • Master

    Expires on: 02/07/2024



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