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PhD Student (f/m) Single-cell RNA-seq and bacterial pathogenesis
PhD Student, Single-cell RNA-seq
and bacterial pathogenesis
The Vogel lab invites applications for a doctoral student position to study
bacterial pathogenesis by several RNA-seq based approaches. The ultimate
goal of this project is to achieve a high-resolution of gene expression on the
single-cell level. For research themes and more information on methodology,
see some of our recent publications (Westermann AJ etal. 2016 Dual RNA-seq
unveils noncoding RNA functions in host-pathogen interactions.Nature 529:496-501; SmirnovAet al. 2016 Grad-seq guides the discovery of ProQ as a
major small RNA binding protein.PNAS 113:11591-6; Saliba AE et al. 2017 Single-cell RNA-seq ties macrophage polarization to growth rate ofintracellular
Salmonella.Nature Microbiology 2:16206).
The successful applicant will work in the dynamic environment of the Vogel lab at
the IMIB and the Helmholtz Institute for RNA-based Infection Research (HIRI).
Applicants are required to hold or to obtain a first-class or upper second class
Master degree in biology, biochemistry, microbiology or a related relevant
biological subject. They should have excellent theoretical knowledge of
molecular biology and good laboratory skills. The position is available for three
years (from March 1st, 2018 onwards) with the possibility of extension for up to
four years. Salary will be based on the pay scale for the public sector in Germany
(TV-L) and comply with qualification. Part time employment is also possible.
We welcome applications from suitably qualified people from all sections of the
community regardless of race, gender or disability. The University aims to
increase the proportion of female employees, therefore applications from
qualified women are particularly welcome. Preference will be given to people
with disabilities in the case of otherwise equal aptitude.
For informal inquiries, please contact Prof. Jörg Vogel (email@example.com). Applications should include a short cover letter, CV and
publication list, copies of relevant documents and contact information for
academic references as a single PDF file by February 15, 2018 via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.