PhD student positions in plant development under stress and in root microbiomics

The lab of Prof. Patrick Schäfer is recruiting 3 PhD students at the Institute of Molecular Botany, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Ulm University (Germany) (starting date: July 2020 or after).

The Institute and Faculty offer an excellent research infrastructure with an interactive and international scientific community, situated in the beautiful Danube-Swabian Alb region, close to the Bavarian Alps.

Activities and responsibilities

Candidates will follow research projects in the very timely research area of root stress vs. development and/or root microbiomics. Working with Arabidopsis and barley as model plants, high-resolution analyses (e.g. single cell-based omics and bioinformatic analytics) and latest imaging technology will be used. There is also the possibility for short research visits in the labs of our collaborators in China, France, Mexico or the UK.

Please visit the Schäfer lab web page www.uni-ulm.de/nawi/nawi-molbot/research/patrick-schaefer/ for more information about our research topics and pertinent publications.

Qualification profile

Strongly motivated candidates with an excellent M.Sc. degree in molecular biology, cell biology, microbiology and/or bioinformatics are encouraged to send their application including a letter of motivation, curriculum vitae and contact information for references (as one PDF) by e-mail to patrick-1.schaefer@uni-ulm.de

Send application to

Prof. Dr. Patrick Schäfer
University of Ulm
Institute of Molecular Botany
patrick-1.schaefer@uni-ulm.de

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