MSc position in Molecular & Cellular Neuroscience (f/m/d)
University of Ulm
The Institute of Applied Physiology at the Medical Faculty of Ulm University, Germany offers a
MSc position in Molecular & Cellular Neuroscience (m/f/d).
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We offer an interdisciplinary research team with international collaborations, integrated in an exciting scientific environment. Within the International Graduate schools “CEMMA” and “Molecular Medicine” at Um University (IGradU), we analyze individual neurons displaying differential vulnerability to disease. We focus on the dopaminergic system and on Aging, Parkinson’s and Schizophrenia.
Our methods deployed include state-of-the-art neuroscience techniques like high-end imaging & electrophysiology approaches, CRISPR/Cas9, and singlecell transcriptomics (further information: https://www.uni-ulm.de/med/angewphys/).
As start-date, winter-term 2021 is envisioned, but a prior or later start is possible. The succesful applicant will have the opportunity to carry out a PhD with us, once the Master project has been completed.
Applicants will hold an outstanding BSc degree or equivalent in biochemistry, molecular biology, neuroscience, life science or a related subject, and are fluent in English. Experience in molecular biology, bioinformatics, imaging, and/or circuit neuroscience are desired and of advantage. Applicants are expected to be self-motivated team workers and enthusiastic about science, with strong communication skills and diligent work ethics.
Please send in complete applications only, by mail or by e-mail (as one merged PDF-file only), containing a cover letter, statement of research interest / motivation (max. 1 page), CV, all certificates, and contact details of two references, to:
Prof. Birgit Liss, Institute of Applied Physiology, Ulm University, N27, Albert Einstein Allee 11, 89081 Ulm, Germany; email@example.com
Deadline: May 31th, 2021
Please send copies only, as application documents will be destroyed after the selection process. Please note that expenses related to your application can not be reimbursed.