PhD Position in Neurobiology, Institute of Clinical Neurobiology, Wuerzburg, Germany

Workscope: Research Associate

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A PhD position is available in the Institute of Clinical Neurobiology in Würzburg, Germany to investigate neurotrophin signaling in the hippocampus in synapse-specific mouse models.

A major goal of this project is to understand the spatial and temporal signaling of the neurotrophin BDNF at pyramidal neurons of the hippocampus. We want to find out how BDNF signaling at the mossy fibre synapse affects the fear behavior of mice.
We are looking for a highly motivated scientist with a good background in neurobiology, molecular biology (viral techniques), or expertise in electrophysiological recordings in brain slices.
The applicant will find a project which is well embedded in the research focus of our Institute. He/she will have access to a modern and well-equipped research facility, and will work with already available, unique mouse models.
Interested candidates should send a cover letter, CV, a concise description of research interests, and contact details for two references to Robert Blum, Ph.D., email: Blum_R@UKW.de. The project is funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft TRR58 and the position is available for four years. Applications from severely handicapped persons with basically similar qualification will be given priority. Salary will be according to TV-L.
http://www.neurobiologie.ukw.de/personenverzeichnis/pd-dr-robert-blum.html
 
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PD Dr. Robert Blum
Institute of Clinical Neurobiology
Universtiy of Wuerzburg
Versbacherstr. 5, building E4
97078 Wuerzburg


email: Blum_R@UKW.de.

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Working hours
Full-Time
Contract duration
Temporary
Type of job
PhD Project
Work experience
job experience is not required
Region
Germany (Bayern)
Working place
97078 Wuerzburg
Area of expertise
Biology & Life Sciences
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