Join us

Would you like to join our team?

We hire Post Docs, Project and Msc students, medical students and clinicians. PhD candidates are recruited via open calls; however, feel free to contact us to query about this in more detail. See more info below and let us know if you’d like to join us!

Postdoctoral fellows

We take postdocs both in open NCMM calls and upon direct requests. For postdocs aspiring to become group leaders, we recommend applying for own funding, as both good publications and independent grants are mandatory to secure a PI position in European and North American universities.

We can help you in formulating the project plan and drafting the grant application. You can find a list of international postdoc grants in this shared Google Sheet.

Project and MSc students

We accept Msc students locally and internationally. We are also happy to offer internships of varying lengths to project students.

Generally, we require a minimum stay of 6 months and expect your host university or exchange program (Erasmus or equivalent) to fund you for these short stays. If applicable, we can help you to draft a grant application.

Medical students and doctors

We work with medical personnel from various disciplines, and initiate new translational projects based on their clinical observations. We are actively looking for clinical collaborators and part-time (50%) clinicians to join our group.

Medical students are also welcome to do projects in our laboratory. We encourage you to enroll a MD-PhD program (“forskerlinje” or similar) that covers your stipend during your project work.

PhD candidates

NCMM recruits PhD students on open calls which we publish on this webpage. If you’re interested in pursuing a PhD in NCMM, you can subscribe a job alert to your email.

We cannot hire PhD candidates outside official calls, but can sometimes take very motivated students for short-term (<12 months) salaried research assistant positions that increase their likelihood of success in the official PhD call.

Patients & families

We are open for feedback and suggestions from families affected with rare immunological diseases. We also work with patient organisations.

In selected cases, we can help your treating clinician in diagnostics and therapy, but we don't directly see patients. If you wish to contribute to our research, please contact us.

Other staff

If you want to work for our lab in any other role, we are happy to discuss opportunities with you on a case-by-case basis.

Don't hesitate to contact us and let us know how you could contribute to our team.


If you’re interested in applying for a position, or if you’d just like to discuss opportunities with us, don’t hesitate to let us know. We look forward to hearing from you!