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Pharmacology of NO/cGMP-Signalling

University Regensburg
 
 
Graduate Positions/ Masters/Bachelor
 
 
in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology
Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy
(Prof. Dr. Jens Schlossmann)
 
Pharmacology of NO/cGMP-Signalling
 
Graduate student positions (TV-L E13/2) and master/bachelor projects are available in the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology. The Graduate student positions provide the opportunity to earn a Ph. D. degree. Department-funded positions require coordination of classes for students of Pharmacy and/or Medicinal Chemistry. Prerequisites for the positions are excellent academic records, strong dedication to laboratory work, proven capability to work in a team across traditional discipline borders as well as excellent communication and computer skills.
Research at the department of pharmacology and toxicology is focused to characterize mechanisms and physiological/pathophysiological role of NO/ANP and cyclic nucleotides (e.g. cGMP) which could be the basis for the development of innovative pharmacological concepts.
At the department of pharmacology and toxicology the following research topics are preferentially analysed:
  • Signalling mechanisms and physiology/pathophysiology of NO/ANP/cGMP in the heart and circulation system, in platelets and in the kidney
  • Signal transduction and substrate proteins of the cGMP-dependent protein kinase inter alia the substrate protein IRAG
  • Intracellular calcium regulation
  • Function of cyclic pyrimidine nucleotides
  • Pharmacokinetic analysis of NO metabolites/modulators
Pharmacological, physiological, biochemical and biophysical methods will be applied to analyse primary and heterogously expressing cells and transgenic animals.
 
 

For further information please contact:
Prof. Dr. Jens Schlossmann,
Pharmacology and Toxicology, Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy, University Regensburg
Tel. +49 (941) 943 4770 / 943 4771;  
E-Mail: jens.schlossmann@chemie.uni-regensburg.de
 
 
 
How to apply:
Please send your detailed application (including the reference number J002) preferentially per E-Mail  to:
jens.schlossmann@chemie.uni-regensburgl
Send application to
Prof. Dr. Jens Schlossmann,
Pharmacology and Toxicology, Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy, University Regensburg
Tel. +49 (941) 943 4770 / 943 4771;  E-Mail: jens.schlossmann@chemie.uni-regensburg.de
 
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Forschungsschwerpunkte: - Signalmechanismen im kardiovaskulären System, in der Niere und in Immunzellen - Pathophysiologische Ursache für Erkrankungen z.B. in der Fibrose - Regulation durch NO/cGMP und cGMP-modulierende Substanzen (sGC-Stimulatoren, Relaxin) - Analyse der Effekte weiterer zyklischer Nukeotide (z.B. cCMP) Für diese Untersuchungen...

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