The Nonnekens lab is recruiting 2 PhD students working on the radiobiology of radionuclide therapy. In this preclinical research project, in vitro and in vivo experiments will be performed to identify and quantify specific radiobiological mechanisms of radionuclide therapy-radiation effects. Project 1 will focus on (intra)cellular behavior and techniques will include cell culture, molecular biology, (live cell) fluorescent microscopy and (deep learning) image processing. Project 2 includes experimental animal work and will focus on intratumoral behavior and techniques will include intravital microscopy, nuclear imaging, immunohistochemistry, molecular biology and (deep learning) image processing. Together, the projects will generate 2D and 3D radiobiological data that will be implemented in newly developed dosimetric models. Check out the full vacancy on www.werkenbijerasmusmc.nl/en/vacancy/65921/phd-student-radiation-biology-radioactive-anticancer-treatments-08.03.22.tbw.