The Institute of physiology (chair: Prof. A. Deussen) at the Universitätsklinikum Carl Gustav Carus, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany, is seeking for a highly motivated PhD Student. The contract is planned for 36 months. The project is fully funded by the German Research Foundation.
PhD Student (f/m/x)
The successful candidate will be incorporated into this DFG-sponsored project which aims to identifying and characterizing the role of inflammatory cells on pathological angiogenesis, e. g. in proliferative retinopathies. The successful candidate will work with cell culture, ex-vivo assays and in vivo mouse models. Methods used in this project include e. g.: IHC, IF, FACS, WB, Elisa and qPCR.
we are looking for a highly motivated and technically skilled PhD Student
applicants must hold a Diploma, MSc or equivalent in the field of biology, biotechnology, chemistry, medicine or a closely related discipline
ability to work independently, efficiently and goal-oriented
team working skills
good knowledge of the English language is required and basic knowledge of the German language is favorable
an interesting research project with an excellent basic research scientific campus including the Medical Faculty, the BIOTEC, the CRTD and the Max-Planck Institute for Cell Biology
and Genetics in close neighborhood in the historic city of Dresden
a position according to the TV-L conditions (E13; 50 %)
flexible working hours to find a balance between work and family life
an internal prevention program including courses and fitness in our Carus Vital health Center
Applications from women are particularly welcome. The same applies to people with disabilities
We kindly ask you to apply preferable online, in order to make the personnel selection process faster and more effective. Of course, we also process your written applications (with a stamped envelope) without any disadvantages for you.
We look forward to receiving your informative application documents with registration number PHY0920362. Please submit your application by December, 31st, 2020. Preliminary information can be obtained by telephone (+49 (0)351-458-19802) or via email from Dr. Anne Klotzsche-von Ameln (email@example.com).