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PhD Positions on "Adipocyte-Brain Crosstalk"
Published(1141 days ago)
University of LübeckLübeck
11 PhD Positions on "Adipocyte-Brain Crosstalk", University of Lübeck
The DFG-funded Graduiertenkolleg 1957 studies the effects of adipose tissue hormones on CNS function and, in turn,
the control of adipose tissue physiology by the brain. We are looking for highly motivated candidates for the
following PhD projects. Tentative start: May 2017.
Identification of leptin transporters at the blood-brain barrier (supervisor: Markus Schwaninger)
Effect of adipokines/cytokines on HIF-1 regulated astrocyte glucose metabolism (Olaf Jöhren)
Relevance of central TRH neurons for the regulation of fat browning and brown adipose tissue activity (Helge Müller-Fielitz & Markus Schwaninger)
Adipocyte-brain communication after deep brain stimulation (Norbert Brüggemann & Britta Wilms)
Crosstalk of dopamine and thyroid hormone signaling in the control of thermogenic adipose tissue (Jens Mittag & Alexander Iwen)
Circadian regulation of brown adipose tissue activity in humans (Sebastian Schmid)
A systems level approach to modulation of adipocyte-brain crosstalk by transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation (Thomas Münte & Swantje Brede)
Nesfatin-1 effects on energy homeostasis: dissecting the role of PVN and NTS oxytocin neurons (Hendrik Lehnert & Carla Schulz)
Epigenetic modulation of behavioral rhythms after bariatric surgery (Henriette Kirchner & Henrik Oster)
Adipokine regulation of circadian clocks in hypothalamic neurons (Henrik Oster)
Animal models of obesity/diabetes: Influence of the angiotensin system on neurovascular coupling and memory formation (Walter Raasch & Michael Bader)
3-year employment contract, salaries according to German civil service tariff (TV-L 13, 65%)
All research groups are located at the Center of Brain, Behavior and Metabolism (CBBM) with state-of-the-art lab facilities incl. MRT scanner, metabolic core unit, LC-MS, microscopy
Comprehensive academic support, e.g. subject-specific courses, skills training, funding for research stays abroad, individual career coaching
Research-based master’s degree or equivalent (e.g. diploma) passed with an above-average grade in natural sciences, preferably in biology, molecular life
science, neuroscience, nutrition & biomedicine, pharmacology or a related subject
Excellent English language skills in speaking and writing
Pro-active attitude, good communication skills and ability to work effectively in an interdisciplinary team
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