PhD Student Position: Quantitative live cell single molecule imaging
The work in the Ulbrich laboratory includes wet lab biology (cloning, biochemistry, cell culture), instrumentation (assembly of custom single-molecule microscopes), and programming to control equipment and evaluate results. Ideally, applicants should bring enthusiasm for science, creativity, technical and programming skills, as well as experience in microscopy, molecular biology and/or biochemistry. Ph. D. candidates should be independent and motivated individuals who hold a Diploma or M.Sc. degree in Biology, Physics, Chemistry or a related discipline.
The project is initially funded for 3 years by the German Research Foundation DFG but can be extended if required. Please include a CV with a cover letter, the names of at least two references and a statement of research interests that makes clear the motivation to pursue the PhD in the Ulbrich Laboratory. Please submit your application electronically as a single pdf file to: email@example.com.
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University of Freiburg
BIOSS Centre for Biological Signalling Studies
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The Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg is one of the oldest universities in Germany. Freiburg is located in the South-West corner of Germany close to France and Switzerland. BIOSS is the Cluster of Excellence in Freiburg funded by the Excellence Initiative from the German government. The aim of BIOSS is to gain a more detailed functional and quantitative understanding of the working principles...Mehr über die Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg