Spacer
NAD-modified regulatory RNA – function and metabolism - New methods for in vivo RNA imaging
Category:
Phd

Description:
We are interested in bright, motivated students from all over the world. Our work on the borderline of chemistry and biology is highly interdisciplinary, and our team offers a scientifically challenging and stimulating environment for anyone interested in applying chemical approaches to biological questions and vice versa. At the moment, we have the following PhD projects available:

• NAD-modified regulatory RNA – function and metabolism

• New methods for in vivo RNA imaging

You should have demonstrated excellence in your studies of chemistry, biochemistry, biotechnology, or pharmacy. Essential traits for new lab members are genuine scientific interest, curiosity and the willingness to learn and apply techniques from different fields. You should already have some research experience, and at least two scientists (faculty level) should be able to assess your qualifications.

Positions:

These are paid university or project positions (0.5 E13). Starting date is to be negotiated. Heidelberg University is one of the top research universities in Germany, and the IPMB is a modern research institute working on cutting-edge projects in the life sciences.

Application details:

Informal inquiries are welcome (Prof. Dr. Andres Jäschke, jaeschke [ aT ] uni-hd.de, +49 6221 54 48 53). Please submit your application only via the HBIGS international graduate school portal (www.hbigs.uni-heidelberg.de).

 

Contact details:

Prof. Dr. Andres Jäschke

jaeschke [ aT ] uni-hd.de 

 +49 6221 54 48 53