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PhD position in hematopoietic stem cell research

The laboratory ‘Regeneration in Hematopoiesis’ at the Technical University Dresden is looking for a highly motivated PhD student. Our lab is interested in the biology of HSCs and hematopoiesis in mice and men and we are looking for a PhD student to support our team focusing on the regulation of HSCs by their micorenvironment. HSCs are tightly regulated by their bone marrow microenvironment, but up to now the composition and molecular factors of this so called HSC niche is still not fully understood. To better understand the extrinsic regulation of HSCs in vivo, the project aims at characterizing the niche in steady state and to analyze how it changes during inflammation and other hematopoietic stress conditions. We use state-of-the-art mouse models and employ a CRISPR/Cas9-mediated strategy to abrogate gene expression to validate the function of candidate genes in vivo.

Please find more information online: http://tu-dresden.de/Members/claudia.waskow.
 
We are seeking for a highly motivated individual to support a project on regulatory mechanisms of hematopoietic stem cell niches. We are a young research team and  we are looking for someone very reliable and communicative that has fun of getting involved in research on hematopoiesis. Experience with mousework is of advantage but not a prerequisite for a successfull application. The position is available immediately.

Please send your application including three letters of reference as one complete pdf file (file size <10MB) to Prof. Dr. C. Waskow by February 29, 2016 (claudia.waskow@tu-dresden.de).

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How to apply:
Only electronic applications will be considered (one pdf-file, size <10MB).
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Please send your application including three letters of reference as one complete pdf file (file size <10MB) to Prof. Dr. C. Waskow by February 29, 2016 (claudia.waskow@tu-dresden.de).

Job profile


Working hours
Full-Time
Contract duration
Temporary
Type of job
PhD Project
Work experience
job experience is not required
Region
Germany (Sachsen)
Working place
01309 Dresden
Area of expertise
Biology & Life Sciences
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