RESEARCH Technican

NTrans Technologies, Leiden location, The Netherlands

Join us in developing breakthrough therapies for genetic disorders.

New gene therapies are revolutionizing the way we treat genetic disorders. At NTrans Technologies, we’re driving a true transformation with our proprietary technology platform into preclinical and clinical development. Our team is looking for talented individuals who are passionate about delivering on our mission, who tackle challenges fearlessly, and who embrace innovation and creativity.

Your role

We seek a research technician to support a dynamic and international research project focused on the development of novel gene editing therapies for genetic muscle disorders. As a member of our team, you will contribute to optimizing and validating the efficacy of lead candidates in one of our key programs.

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Why you’ll love working with us

  • Work with dynamic and young team
  • Opportunity to develop cutting-edge technologies and new therapies
  • Learn a unique approach to gene editing
  • Work on an international and collaborative project


Appointment:              Full-time (40 hours/week)

Starting date:               September 2021

Duration:                      One year, with possible extension

Location:                      Leiden


About NTrans Technologies

NTrans Technologies develops innovative therapies for genetic disorders and oncology applications. Every day, we work to translate our gene editing technology into life-changing therapeutic applications. Our lead program targets mutations that cause Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, and is at an advanced stage of preclinical development; and our oncology program has the potential to develop personalized treatments for cancer patients.


Mail your motivation letter, together with your CV in English to Marco de Boer (

NTrans Technologies is committed to equal employment opportunity and non-discrimination for all employees and qualified applicants

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