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PhD position available (2 years) - Topic: Photodynamic Inactivation of Biofilms
Applicants should be highly motivated individuals holding a Master degree in (Molecular) Biology, Microbiology, Biophysics or related disciplines with experience in microbial cell culture ideally of biofilms. The candidates should have the ability to work independently and in collaboration with others, and have excellent oral and written communication skills in English.
Applications should include (i) a letter of motivation including a summary of the applicant’s past research accomplishments (1 page) (ii) a CV and (iii) a list of publications and congress participations.
Contact and further information:
PD Dr. Kristjan Plaetzer, Laboratory of Photodynamic Inactivation of Microorganisms, Department of Biosciences, University of Salzburg, Hellbrunnerstr. 34, 5020 Salzburg, Austria.
Email: email@example.com, www.uni-salzburg.at/pdi
More info on the attached pdf file
Research position available, Department of Biology, University of Padova, Italy
1 year contract (extendable up to 2 years)
Starting date: April 1st 2020
Elegible candidates: experienced fellows with degree in biology, biotechnology, pharmaceutical technology or equivalent.
Research activities: biocompatibility of luminous aerosol on in vitro cellular models of increasing complexities
More info on the attached pdf file
Carry out your own PhD project! – in Experimental Biophysics / Biochemistry – supervised by Prof. Peter Hegemann
Closing Date: 30-04-20
Institution: Hector Fellow Academy
The Hector Fellow Academy offers you the opportunity to realize a self-developed research project under supervision Prof. Peter Hegemann. He is one of the Hector Fellows, a community of outstanding professors from different research institutions across Germany working in STEM-subjects, medicine, and psychology.
He is one of the founding fathers of optogenetics, which combines the methods of optics and genetics to create a form of non-invasive stimulation of neurons. His research with photoreceptors of algae has led to the discovery of light-sensitive ion compositions in cells. The protein involved (“channelrhodopsin-2”) enables a precise control of genetically modified cells through light pulses, which leads to a new possibility to treat neuronal illnesses.
You are enthusiastic about developing and investigating an innovative research idea within the discipline of Prof. Hegemann? You have a master’s degree in a scientific or engineering subject with excellent grades? You stand out from your peers due to your strong commitment and independent work? You are team oriented and communicative? You are willing to change your place of residence to Berlin?
Our PhD students are employed as full-time research assistants at the Humboldt University of Berlin for a period of three years. The salary is determined by the institute’s guidelines (according to the general pay scale of German universities approx. 47,000 EUR gross income per year). In addition, Hector Fellow PhD students receive grants for research expenses (15,000 EUR per year) and are given the opportunity to gain interdisciplinary expertise and relevant soft skills by participating in selected training activities.
Apply with your innovative, high-quality research idea via our Application Portal.
Current application period: January 15th ̶ March 31st, 2020