Perspective for a highly motivated and goal-oriented PhD-student with a strong interest in iPSC and neurobiology (m/f).
Take the chance to work as a PhD-student within the Institute of Reconstructive Neurobiology (Director: Prof. Oliver Brüstle) on a project interfacing fundamental stem cell biology and translational research, analyzing changes associated with developmental disorders of the human cortex using 2D and 3D (organoid) culture systems generated from human induced pluripotent stem cells.
The ideal candidate should have experience with cell culture techniques, microscopy, biochemistry or molecular biology techniques. PhD candidates should hold a diploma or a master’s degree in biology, molecular biomedicine, biotechnology, or a related subject.
We offer comprehensive training in an innovative field of science, a highly stimulating environment and state-of-the-art laboratories featuring the latest cell reprogramming, neural differentiation and bioengineering technologies. The PhD position can be integrated into the THEME PhD Program of the University of Bonn Medical School.
Salary will be according to the German salary scale TV-L E13 (50%). The University of Bonn is an equal opportunity employer.
Please email a brief statement of your research interest, a CV including academic transcript(s), and names and contact details of two references to:
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Independent group leader (NRW stem cell network)
Neural Development Group
Institute of Reconstructive Neurobiology
LIFE & BRAIN Center
University of Bonn
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