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Computational Plant Biologist (m/w/d)
University of Hohenheim
Open Position: Computational Plant Biologist (Postdoc / E13)
Understanding signaling networks in dynamic environments. Our lab at the University of Hohenheim uses (phospho)proteomics experimental data in
combination with protein-protein interaction data to analyze the dynamics of signaling networks at the plasma membrane in response to changing nutrient
conditions. In a newly funded project we will apply established and novel computational tools to gain insights specifically into the dynamic rewiring of
stimulus-induced plant signaling networks. In a longer-term perspective, we aim to apply these methods to field experiments. We provide a stimulating
research environment embedded in a network of local, national, and international collaborations.
Required Qualifications: Candidates should be highly motivated to work in an international team and have substantial expertise in computational
biology, modeling of signaling circuits or comparable. Experience in interdisciplinary work with experimental plant biologists is desirable. Salary is
according to TV-L. Extension beyond 2 years is possible after evaluation. The University of Hohenheim seeks to increase the proportion of women in research
and teaching and therefore strongly encourages female scientists to apply. With equal qualifications, preference will be given to candidates with disabilities.
Application: Please send your application including letter of motivation, curriculum vitae, publication list and transcripts of degrees by email to Prof. Waltraud Schulze:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are welcome until 28th June, 2019. The position will be filled as soon as a
suitable candidate is found.