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Master thesis - Systemic regulation of the heat shock response and the mammalian circadian clock

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A position for a master student is available at the University Hospital Düsseldorf, Germany
Systemic regulation of the heat shock response and the mammalian circadian clock
We seek a master student with a strong interest in transcriptional regulation and a background in molecular biology and/or biochemistry to join our team at the University of Düsseldorf. Our lab studies circadian rhythms and the heat shock response with a focus on metabolic regulation using a combination of molecular genetic and biochemical approaches in cell culture and mouse models.
We invite applications from candidates with a bachelor degree in Biochemistry, Biology or related fields, with experimental experience in molecular biology and biochemistry. Candidates must have excellent technical skills, an enthusiasm for using and developing new techniques, and good interpersonal skills to work within a young team of scientists.
The position is available immediately.
Please send inquiries / applications via email to hans.reinke@med.uni-duesseldorf.de

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Diploma Thesis/Master's Thesis
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Germany (Nordrhein-Westfalen)
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40225 Düsseldorf
Area of expertise
Biology & Life Sciences, Biotechnology