Biosensing device test intern (40-100%)

Intern / Student, Full or part-time · Pfäffikon

Your mission
Internship position (40-100%) as Biosensing device test intern in the Biophotonic department.
This job opportunity aims at supporting the testing of a bioassay platform that uses advanced spectral techniques to monitor biomarkers in bodily fluids. You will gain a good understanding of the current biosensing platform architecture and requirements. You will be supporting the operation of the device and perform the tests necessary for extracting the bioassay figures-of-merit.

We offer:
  • Position at 40-100% for up to 6 months initially with extension possible
  • Interactions with experts from numerous disciplines including biophotonics, clinical science, analytics
  • Participation in experimental projects leveraging state-of-the-art platforms in optical spectroscopy
  • A great working environment, with dynamic and highly motivated domain experts having a very diverse culture and background
Your profile
We expect:
  • B.Sc. or M.Sc. in physical chemistry, biomedical engineering, optics & photonics or related disciplines, or relevant experience in spectroscopy
  • Hands-on experience with optical spectroscopy
  • You would be expected to work side-by-side with Spiden technologists and scientists
  • Knowledge of biomedical device testing or chemometrics is a plus
  • Experience with advanced data analysis is a plus
About us
Spiden is a Swiss medtech venture with the vision to use state-of-the-art detection techniques to continuously monitor and learn from a wide range of vital medical indicators, allowing to improve your individual health.
We are looking forward to hearing from you!
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