PostDoc positions in translational cardiovascular research (f/m/d)
Center for Molecular Signaling of the Medical Faculty - Saarland University
The Institute for Molecular Cell Biology in the newly established Center for Molecular Signaling (PZMS) at the Medical Faculty of the Saarland University is actively seeking new co-workers on the postdoc level.
PostDoc positions in translational cardiovascular research
The main research topic of our group is translational cardiovascular research on mechanisms of human cardiac diseases. We tackle these questions with highly interdisciplinary approaches spanning from the molecular to the
in-vivo level using state of the art biophysical and optical imaging techniques including ultra-high speed confocal microscopy, realtime nanoscopy,
in-vivo 2-photon microscopy, realtime ultrasound, photoacoustic imaging and patch clamp. Additionally, we employ a number of molecular and genetic tools including
in-vivo virus-mediated gene delivery and transgenic animal models.
Our institute is internationally and nationally highly connected as a partner in various collaborative research centers and funded by the DFG, BMBF and EU.
We are actively seeking for PostDocs with a good appreciation of fluorescence imaging, molecular biology and/or electrophysiology to strengthen our endeavors in these fields. Expertise in adult cardiac myocyte signaling and/or hiPSC derived cardiac myocytes is also appreciated.
Additional information can be found at http://www.pzms.uni-saarland.de.
Compelling applications should be addressed to Prof. Dr. Peter Lipp via email (