Descripción de la oferta
We offer an exciting translational project aimed at exploring the role of random monoallelic expression in renal development and at solving the molecular cause of patients with renal hypodysplasia. For this project, we invite applications from individuals with a solid background in molecular cell biology. Prior experience with stem cells (e.g. mouse ESCs or human iPSCs), organoids, single cell RNA–seq, epigenetics and kidney research is an advantage but not a prerequisite. The projects will be carried out in a stimulating work environment with scientific collaborations within the institute, across the Heidelberg life science community (e.g. EMBL, DKFZ) and worldwide.
The successful applicant will have good communication and organisational skills and a PhD in a relevant area (or be in the final stages of completion). We also invite applications from research–oriented MDs. Candidates are expected to be highly motivated and to work independently with a strong work ethic. As we are an international lab, proficiency in English language is a requirement.
Presentación de solicitudes
Applications including a cover letter, a detailed CV including a publication list and contacts of up to three referees should be sent as soon as possible to firstname.lastname@example.org–heidelberg.de