Time Span 01 Jul 2023 for 18 months Application Deadline 13 Feb 2023 Financing yes Type of Position
Field of Research
Subjects molecular biology, biochemistry, molecular medicine and biological/organic chemistry Description Our graduate school, the research training group 2550 (grk2550.uni-koeln.de) aims at understanding how the astonishing adaptability of biological systems can be achieved by dynamic protein relocalization.
Our interdisciplinary group from the fields of chemistry, biochemistry and biology characterizes the mechanisms underlying the dynamic regulation of protein localization and the physiological conditions that drive it.
The research training group provides structured training for German and international doctoral candidates, who are selected according to the criteria of an outstanding academic profile.
YOUR TASKS Doctoral candidates in the RTG will perform experiments on individual relocalizing proteins and on the dedicated machineries controlling and driving relocalization. They will employ unbiased -omics approaches to generalize their findings and will develop novel tools to modulate relocalization processes.
YOUR PROFILE The research training group is aimed at doctoral candidates with a background in molecular biology, biochemistry, molecular medicine and biological/organic chemistry
WE OFFER YOU Our doctoral candidates can build on the complementary expertise present in the consortium, on excellent state-of-the-art core facilities and the thriving highly interactive scientific environment in Cologne
The candidates will expand their scientific horizon through participation in an interactive tailor-made educational program that covers broad principles, and specific scientific and career development needs
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