21 PhD positions CRC 1208 "Identity and Dynamic of membrane systems"

The Collaborative Research Center 1208 “Identity and Dynamics of Membrane Systems – from Molecules to Cellular Functions” within the Department of Mathematics & Natural Science of Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, Germany, invites applications for
21 PhD positions (50-65 %, salary scale 13 TV-L).
The CRC 1208, funded by the German Research Foundation, addresses the fundamental question how biological membrane systems obtain their identity and control their spatio-temporal dynamics within the entire biological relevant timescale from nanoseconds to days.
The CRC 1208 Graduate Program “MB Train” offers an interdisciplinary training program in the fields of cell biology, molecular simulations, biochemistry and biophysics.
We are looking for talented, highly motivated applicants holding a master‘s degree in biology, biochemistry, (bio)physics or a related discipline.

For detailed information about the projects, the application process
and our graduate program, please visit http://www.sfb1208.hhu.de.

Heinrich Heine University is an equal opportunity employer. Applications from women are expressly welcome. Women with comparable qualifications will receive particular consideration, unless another applicant displays compelling reasons to prefer this person. Applications from suitably qualified severely disabled persons or disabled
persons regarded as being of equal status according to Book IX of the German Social Legal Code (SGB – Soziales Gesetzbuch) are encouraged. Disabled persons with equal qualifications will be given priority.

Qualified candidates should send their application by indicating the
number 01T16-3.2 no later than 4 February 2016 by e-mail as a single pdf file to
sfb1208-application@hhu.de

How to apply:
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Send application to
sfb1208-application@hhu.de
While applying for the job please refer to jobvector and use the following reference number: 01T16-3.2

About Heinrich Heine University Duesseldorf

Im SFB 1208 „Identität und Dynamik von Membransystemen - von Molekülen bis zu zellulären Funktionen” werden grundlegende Fragen zur Identität und Dynamik von Membransysteme adressiert. Diese Untersuchungen erfolgen an unterschiedlichen ein- und multizelluläre Organismen. Der SFB vereint ein einzigartiges Methodenspektrum an strukturellen, biochemischen und...

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