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MÜNSTER: PhD-students and Postdoctoral researchers (Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Bioinformaticians)
The new DFG Clinical Research Unit ‘Male Germ Cells: from Genes to Function’ (CRU326) investigates in translational projects human male germ cell function in health and disease at the genetic, epigenetic, and molecular level.
The Clinical Research Unit consists of clinicians and basic researchers from the local Centre of Reproductive Medicine and Andrology, Department of General Paediatrics, Institutes of Human Genetics, Cell Biology, and Medical Informatics,
and the Max-Planck-Institute of Molecular Biomedicine.
We are seeking several
PhD-students and Postdoctoral researchers
(Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Bioinformaticians)
to start at the earliest opportunity on a 3 year funded period with the possibility for extension. Employment is funded at 65% / 100% of TV-L E13, conditional to previous experience and qualifications.
The respective projects and principal investigators are:
• Genetic causes of spermatogenic failure (Prof. Frank Tüttelmann)
• Germ cell transcriptome and epigenome (Dr. Nina Neuhaus)
• Pathophysiology of ion channels (Prof. Timo Strünker)
• FSH signalling network (Prof. Jörg Gromoll)
• OMICs-analyses (Prof. Dugas / Prof. Tüttelmann)
• the setting of an interdisciplinary Clinical Research Unit,
• an international, multidisciplinary, and creative working environment,
• state-of-the-art research facilities,
• options for start-up funding,
• excellent possibilities for career development and networking.
More information on the CRU, the projects and specific job advertismentscan be found at: http://www.male-germ-cells.de
You will find further job offers at nature.com
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