Part-time (25 hrs./wk.); limited for 3 years according to WissZeitVG Third-party funded project
Salary according to TV-L
Single cell dissociation of human tumor tissue
Single cell sequencing
3D cell culture
Investigation of metastases in a mouse model using CellTagging
Completed university studies in biology or a comparable field of study
Experience in molecular genetics and cell culture
Expertise in the field of NGS-based genomics and transcriptomics is an advantage
Experience with mouse models is an advantage
Scientific interest regarding tumor biology and data analysis
Good teamwork and communication skills, ability to work independently
The PhD position will be embedded in a PhD program at the University of Cologne
VRS job ticket and other discounts for employees of the Cologne University Hospital
Your future with us
Working at the University Hospital Cologne and the Medical Faculty means helping to shape the future - the future of medicine, of patients and, of course, your own future. You benefit from 59 clinics and institutes as well as numerous other departments and facilities and more than 10,000 jobs. The Faculty of Medicine of the University of Cologne and the University Hospital Cologne assume important social tasks in research, teaching and patient care. A close network with many university and non-university partners guarantees an internationally successful science and the excellent education of our students.
Your future in detail
The Institute of Pathology of the University Hospital Cologne is looking for a temporary position until the end of 2025.
PhD Student (m/f/d) as part of a four-year collaborative research center on the prediction of evolutionary processes, single cell sequencing and the use of a mouse model will be used to investigate how cancer cells adapt when they form metastases.
Further information is available on the internet here.
Applications from female candidates are expressly welcome and will be given priority in the event of equal suitability, competence and professional performance.
People with disabilities are welcome to apply and will be treated preferentially in the event of equal suitability and qualification.