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Postdoctoral position (f/m/d) in the field of livestock microbiome research (academic qualification position)
University of Hohenheim
The group of Prof. Dr. Jana Seifert (Feed-Gut Microbiota Interaction) at the Institute of Animal Science is offering a
Postdoctoral position (m/f/d) in the field of livestock microbiome research (academic qualification position)
We are looking for young investigators motivated to build up their own carrier in a progressing academic environment. Hohenheim is one of the
leading University in Agricultural Science and the pioneer in Microbiome Research of Livestock in Germany
This academic qualification position offers the possibility to develop your own research profile in the field of ruminant or poultry microbiome-animal research.
Teaching (German and English) is mandatory (4h/week) for Bachelor and Master degrees within the faculty of Agricultural Science.
The candidate should have experience in microbiome research including sample handling in the lab and data analyses of multi-omics datasets, preferably (meta-)proteomics
and metabolomics. Knowledge about animal physiology and nutrition is desirable. Candidates should have a PhD in life science. Excellent communication and team skills are essential.
The place of work is at the University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany. Salary will be according to the appropriate civil service level EG 13 TV-L (100 %). Funding is available
for 36 months. Women are explicitly encouraged to apply for increase their share in science and research. Physically handicapped persons will be favoured if they are equally qualified. Starting date: 1st January, 2020
The Seifert lab is currently hosting one PostDoc, five PhD students and two technicians studying microbiome-host interactions in livestock. Recent publications are listed at Research Gate
Lab homepage is currently not updated due to system migration.
Please send your complete application documents including a motivation letter with a brief description of your research strategy or idea, CV, list of publications and copy of
certificates in one PDF file until 31st October to: