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ZIK HALOmem /
Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
Tenure Track Research Group Leader
The successful candidate will establish a team to study membrane protein complexes using cryo-electron
microscopy (single particle reconstruction and/or tomography). The applicant will have trained in cryo-EM of
biological samples, with documented experience at postgraduate and postdoctoral level. The candidate will
enjoy unrestricted access to the 300 kV JEOL JEM-3200FSC (equipped with field emission gun, cryo-stage,
in-line energy filter and GATAN K2 direct electron detector).
Ideally, the applicant should have experience in:
"Cryo-Electron Microscopy of Membrane Protein Complexes"
- Working in an international scientific environment
- Project coordination and leadership
- Obtaining third party funding
- Interacting within an interdisciplinary milieu
(§ 34 HSG-LSA), with corresponding requirements for recruitment according to § 35 HSG-LSA. Junior Professorships are awarded initially for a period of three years, after which a further three years may be granted upon positive evaluation. In such a case, the position offers the possibility of subsequent tenure at the Martin Luther University, which may or may not be submitted for tender depending on the success of the group leader. The Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg strives to promote equal opportunities in science. Female and disabled applicants, qualified according to the above criteria, will be given preference over other candidates with equivalent relevant qualifications. Salary scale is subject to legal and budgetary policies of the University. The University provides arrangements for coordinating occupation and family. Applications should be addressed to both ZIK HALOmem and the Project Management Jülich
(representing the BMBF), arriving not later than 10.03.2017:
Professor Milton T. Stubbs
06120 Halle (Saale), Germany
Dr. Sonja Siart
Project Management Jülich
Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH
Postfach 61 02 47
10923 Berlin, Germany