About the Project
The PhD position is within the frame of a joint DFG-funded research project between the research group “Synaptic plasticity in health and disease” (Prof. Dr. S. Schoch) and the “Synaptic Neurobiology” research group (Prof. Dr. D. Dietrich, Dept. of Neurosurgery).
The focus of the project is the characterization of the role of phosphorylation in the regulation of synaptic plasticity under normal and pathological conditions. This research is based on a wide array of methods including in vitro (primary cell culture) and animal model (knock-out, viral transgenic) approaches, cell biological, molecular, biochemical, histological as well as advanced imaging techniques (time-lapse live cell, two-photon tissue).
The ideal candidate will be an ambitious, highly motivated, team-oriented graduate student with a strong interest in neurobiology. Prior research experience with animal experimentation, microscopy, or electrophysiology techniques is advantageous. Candidates should hold a Master’s degree or equivalent in Neuroscience, Biological Science, Biomedical Engineering, or a related field. Candidates should also demonstrate aptitude in written and spoken English.
Interested candidates should send curriculum vitae, letter of motivation indicating starting date, short description of past lab experience, copies of university degree(s) with academic records, contact information and at least two reference letters (or the referee’s contact info) as a single PDF file.
Questions concerning the projects can be addressed to Prof. Dr. S. Schoch ([Email Address Removed]) or Prof. Dr. D. Dietrich ([Email Address Removed]). Applications by email only can be sent to [Email Address Removed].
Prof. Dr. Susanne Schoch
Prof. Dr. D. Dietrich
Institute of Neuropathology
Dept. of Neurosurgery
University Bonn Medical School
Venusberg Campus 1
E-Mail: [Email Address Removed]
Salary will be according to the German salary scale TV-L E13 (65%). The University Bonn is a provider of equal opportunity in compliance with the German disability laws. Women and in particular individuals with disability are strongly encouraged to apply. We only consider candidates with whom we have the possibility to conduct a personal interview.
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