Biochemist, Biologist for Postdoc position in CRISPR/Cas Gene Editing

 Gene Editing Group  60590 Frankfurt am Main
The focus of our lab is to understand malignant cell cycle entry and its various aspects in cancer development.   To do so, we apply CRISPR/Cas gene editing systems to perform low and high diversity screens in addition to gene replacement by combining CRISPR/Cas and rAAV homology templates.

To intensify our efforts, we are seeking an outstanding and ambitious postdoctoral candidate with a strong background and interest in biochemistry, cell and molecular biology.

The Institute of Biochemistry II (IBC2) at the Goethe University Frankfurt is on the forefront of the growing scientific community in Frankfurt am Main.   The “Gene Editing Group” was newly established in 2016.   Our group is highly dedicated, motivated and works on ambitious projects.   This provides an excellent training opportunity in a young, visionary, international and dynamic research team with interests in fundamental and translational science.   The positions can be filled as early as the beginning of 2017.
 
Applications of women are specifically invited.   In the case of equal qualifications, competence, and specific achievements, women will be considered on preferential terms within the framework of the legal possibilities.   The Goethe University is committed to give preference to handicapped candidates with equivalent qualifications.   The limitation of the contract is based upon the regulations of the “Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz” in conjunction with the “Hessischen Hochschulgesetz”.
 
Formal applications including a single page description of research interests, CV, diplomas and the names and contact details of two referees should be addressed directly to: Dr. Manuel Kaulich at kaulich(at)em.uni-frankfurt.de. More info: geg.biochem2.de
 
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Dr. Manuel Kaulich

Group Leader
Gene Editing Group
Goethe University - Uniklinik
Institute of Biochemistry II
Theodor Stern Kai 7, Bldg. 75 - 0.221-2
60590, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Email: kaulich@em.uni-frankfurt.de
Web: http://geg.biochem2.de/
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About Gene Editing Group

We are a young, visionary, international and dynamic research team with interests in fundamental and translational science that employs a broad range of cutting edge technologies, e.g. CRISPR/Cas9-mediated genome wide screens, CRISPR/Cas9/rAAV-mediated gene editing, microscopy, proteomics, cell and molecular biology.

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