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PhD-Thesis: Adaptor-Protein-Complexes dependent Protein Sorting in Synaptic Signaling

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PhD-project: We are analyzing the functions and mechanisms of vesicle-coat-proteins in protein sorting and transport vesicle formation. These processes are essential in all forms of cell-cell communication, which regulate tissue-development as well as tissue-functions. We are focusing on the family of adaptor-protein complexes AP-1 & AP-2 and their functions in neuronal synapses. Experimental expertise in primary cell culture, microscopy, biochemistry as well as in cell and molecular biology is an advantage. After recruitment, students will apply for membership in one of our campus wide graduate schools.

Start is in August/September 2015 financed through a research grant from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft -DFG- for three years.
Applications, including the certificates, should be send by email.
 

Contact detail


How to apply:
applications including certificates should be send by email
Send application to
Peter Schu, Prof. Dr.
Department of Cellular Biochemistry
Humboldtallee 23
37073 Göttingen  

http://www.uni-bc.gwdg.de/index.php?id=453
Tel. +49(0) 551 395949
e-mail: pschu@gwdg.de
 

Job profile


Working hours
Part-Time
Contract duration
Temporary
Type of job
PhD Project
Work experience
job experience is not required
Region
Germany (Niedersachsen)
Working place
37073 Göttingen
Area of expertise
Biology & Life Sciences
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