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Location
Köln
Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Date Posted
6 Jan 2017



Type
PhD Project
Max Planck Institute for Metabolism Research

Opening: PhD Position in neuroscience or biology

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Köln
Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
6 Jan 2017

NOTE: this position listing has expired and may no longer be relevant!

Position Description


The In-vivo-NMR group is looking for a PhD student at the earliest possible date. Our research interest focuses on the inflammatory response and the stem cell mediated regeneration of cerebral lesions induced by ischemic stroke in rodent animal models.

The candidate should have background knowledge in experimental and clinical neurosciences with experience and obvious interest in molecular and cellular biology, in vivo imaging techniques, rodent physiology, and histology. We expect the candidate to be enthusiastic about taking part in scientific discussions, to be curious and open minded. Excellent communication skills and a thorough knowledge of English (spoken and written) are necessary to work in a multidisciplinary team.

We offer access to dedicated high field MRI systems (7.0T; 9.4T; 11.7T) for molecular imaging, to
microPET, and optical imaging for noninvasive longitudinal imaging. The lab has fully equipped cell culture facilities, molecular biological, and histology labs.

The project is funded for 3 years and welcomes applicants only who have or expect to obtain an
academic university degree (e.g. Diploma or Master’s degree) in Neurosciences, Biological
Sciences or allied subjects.


How to Apply

Please apply by sending your CV, work experience, and all relevant information related to the current project and the contact details of up to two referees to: Prof. Dr. Mathias Hoehn (mathias@sf.mpg.de) Direct inquiries may be sent to the address given above. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled.

Position Category: Medical & Biological Sciences. Position Type: PhD Project.

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