The European Medical School is a cooperation of the University of Oldenburg and the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen with the participation of Oldenburg hospitals and doctors in private practice in the region. In addition to establishing the model study program "Human Medicine", the above-mentioned organizations also work closely together in research.
In the Department of Anatomy and the Department of Paediatrics of the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences at the University of Oldenburg, a temporary position is available as a joined
PhD position (m/f/d)
with 65% of the regular working time for three years.
The project will focus on Studying role of Plasticity-related gene 5 (PRG5) on membrane stability during neuronal cell differentiation and will be conducted as an interdisciplinary collaborative research project of the Departments of Paediatrics (Prof Axel Heep) and the Department of Anatomy (Prof Anja Bräuer) of the School of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Oldenburg, Germany.
- execution of molecular biology, cell biology and protein-lipid-analyses
- execution of animal experiments
- planning and execution of experiments and transfer of the gained knowledge into medically relevant systems and animal models
- evaluation and interpretation of data
- development and application of technical solutions
- participation in congresses and presentation of data
- supervision of students and medical doctoral candidates
- a diverse, stimulating and challenging topic in translational medical research
- an appreciative, creative and dynamic working environment
- the possibility of self-determined work
- promotion of young talent (e.g. through further education and training programs)
- VBL supplementary pension in the public sector
We are seeking a highly motivated candidate with an above average academic university degree in Life Science, Biology, Biochemistry, or Human Medicine or in a comparable discipline. Good written and spoken German or Dutch as well as English skills are required. Advanced knowledge in at least one the following fields is required: Cell Biology or Molecular Biology. Experience in animal experimental work is desirable but not obligatory, as animal work will be subject of the project. The candidate should be experienced in DNA extraction and common protein analysis methods.
The University of Oldenburg aims to increase the proportion of women in the scientific field. Therefore, women are strongly encouraged to apply. According to § 21 para. 3 NHG, female applicants with equivalent qualifications should be given preference.
Applicants with disabilities will be given preference in case of equal qualification.
If you are interested and have questions, please contact Prof Anja Bräuer, , and Prof Axel Heep, . Please send your application (description of your motivation, curriculum vitae, certificates, etc.) by February 12th 2021 preferably by e-mail in one pdf to , Universität Oldenburg, Fakultät VI Medizin und Gesundheitswissenschaften, Department für Humanmedizin, Abteilung Anatomie, Carl-von-Ossietzky-Str. 9 - 11, 26129 Oldenburg.
We would like to point out that application and introduction costs cannot be covered. Written application documents will only be returned if a sufficiently stamped envelope is enclosed.