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We are searching for innovative people to make a difference.

At the Wyss Center, we believe in urgently developing clinical solutions. Our team is passionate about transforming lives and believe that good science and engineering can create a better world. We are committed to advancing understanding of the brain and demonstrating quality in everything we do to ensure our work reaches the clinic.

That is why we come to work each day.

We believe that the strongest teams are built on diversity. Bringing together people of different genders, from different disciplines and with different perspectives encourages novel thinking which drives progress and ultimately delivers results. This is why we are building a workplace in which everyone feels welcomed, respected, supported, and valued.

We work at the forefront of innovation and we are growing. We need innovative people with the willingness to drive change and a passion for quality from a wide variety of backgrounds.


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R&D Mechanical Engineer

The R&D Mechanical Engineer will join the Center’s mechanical team to design and develop innovative medical devices and technologies for a range of human applications, including novel long term active implantable products and next generation encapsulation technology. The role involves collaboration with neuroscientists, clinicians and engineers to determine design criteria and to develop new solutions in a timely and efficient manner.

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To apply, please send your CV and cover letter to HR@wysscenter.ch no later than 19th February 2023


Find out more about life at the Wyss Center 

We believe that the strongest teams are built on diversity. This is why we are committed to fighting systemic bias, discrimination and stereotypes and to building a workplace in which diversity is valued and celebrated.  

Where I work: The shared dream of the ABILITY team

Project Manager in Neuroengineering, Shenandoah Montamat, leads ABILITY - a project to develop a brain-computer interface system for applications such as restoration of communication and movement for people with severe paralysis. In this video, Shenandoah reveals her first invention at the age of five and describes the ABILITY team’s shared dream.

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Geneva marathon 2022

On Sunday 15th May 2022, 16 Wyss Center runners took part in the Geneva marathon. The three teams joined more than 15 000 other participants and finished with a sprint on Geneva’s iconic Pont du Mont Blanc. Look back on the special moments of an exciting day with ups, downs, emotions and fantastic team spirit.

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Where I work: Seeing the invisible

Research technician Ivana Gantar explores the hidden microscopic world within mammalian brains using the latest lightsheet microscopes. Passionate about microscopes since childhood, Ivana talks about her interest in seeing the invisible, and discovering things that would not be accessible without microscope technologies.

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