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Postdoctoral researcher (f/m/d) research group heart failure and arrhythmias
Universitäres Herz- und Gefäßzentrum UKE Hamburg GmbH
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University Heart and Vascular Center UKE Hamburg ‒ research group heart failure and arrhythmias
We are the UKE – the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf [Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf]. A pulsating center of health in the heart of Hamburg. When you are surrounded by that much energy and when progress sets the pace, no two days are the same. More than 13,600 employees with very different responsibilities are united by the same goal: ensuring health and well-being.
What to expect
Our research group uses models of cardiovascular biology and disease to understand molecular mechanisms of heart failure and arrhythmias. We employ a wide range of research techniques from molecular biology to functional cardiac assessment and quantification of biological molecules in patient samples, including hypothesis-driven and broad bioinformatics approaches.
The position is initially offered for three years with a possibility to prolong the post.
interdisciplinary, clinically meaningful translational research work
innovative ideas and projects
an ambitious, friendly and supportive work environment to bring out the best in you
functional assessment of cardiac tissue and cells, e.g. using electrophysiology, optical mapping, and patch clamping
molecular and cell biological methods in human tissue and in relevant disease models, histology and advanced imaging methods
research involving genetically modified mice and stem-cell derived cardiac cells and tissue
active involvement in the build-up of our research group
supervision by experienced research leaders
team science with local and international collaborators
a career springboard for cardiovascular research
What we would like you to bring
a university degree, e.g. in life sciences, medicine or veterinary medicine, biology, human biology, physics, chemistry or a combined degree in the sciences, ideally with a PhD or a master’s degree
ideally prior expertise in animal research including a FELASA certificate, expertise in molecular or cellular biology methods
knowledge of the English language and of MS Office
a passion for science and team science, flexibility, responsibility and initiative
What we can offer
research in an internationally respected translational research group
team science within UKE and with national and international collaborators
a friendly and family-friendly work environment conducive for your career development
a comprehensive training and professional development programme for junior and senior staff members within the UKE Academy
We are committed to create a work environment that respects diversity and is equitable for all, independent of age, sex, sexual identity, disability, race or religion. UKE explicitly wants to increase the number of women in leadership positions, especially within our scientific and teaching staff. Women will therefore be considered with priority compared to men with equal qualifications. Applicants with disability will be considered with priority.
We look forward to receiving your completed application by 1st of February 2021 stating reference code 2020-686_eng by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.