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Postdoc Mechanisms of Vascular Remodeling and Plaque Formation (f/m/d)
Published(172 days ago)
Vascular Research Centre Goethe University, FrankfurtFrankfurt am Main
The Vascular Research Centre (Director Prof. Ralf P. Brandes) of the Faculty of Medicine of Goethe-University Frankfurt invites applicants for a position as
Postdoc Mechanisms of Vascular Remodeling and Plaque Formation
in Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Remodeling and Plaque formation mouse models are an important basis for the study of mechanisms of vascular diseases and for the development of new vascular therapies. The present project will specifically study the role of epigenetic modifiers and chromatin remodeling processes in complex vascular processes like response to vascular injury, arteriosclerosis and angiogenesis. Novel imaging technologies (in vivo MicroCT, light-sheet microscopy) and computer-based analyses and/or molecular biology methods (single cell sequencing) will constitute the center of this study.
We are searching for a highly motivated Researcher who has a strong interest in integrative vascular research and application of new technologies Experience in single cell sequencing, high-end microscopy or computer-based imaging analysis and assessment or bioinformatics are appreciated. While knowledge of the German language is an advantage it is not mandatory, excellent written and spoken English skills are required.
We offer a highly interesting, up to date research topic in an internationally renowned research team and provide excellent facilities. The project is part of the plaque passivation project of
the national heart research centre (www.dzhk.de) and the DFG excellence cluster "Cardio-Pulmonary Institute" CPI as well as embedded into several SFBs. For more
information see ww.vrc.uni-frankfurt.dew
Please submit your application containing C.V., photo, short description of research experience, certificates and interests, as well as references and your publication list by email to Dr.
Pamela Finsterseifer, firstname.lastname@example.org. Inquires can be directed to the same address or by phone to our human resources
coordinator Dr. Pamela Finsterseifer (Phone: +49-69-6301-6049).