The independent research group Applied Chromosome Biology has an open position for a PhD Student to work on the mechanism of unreduced gamete formation. Our group uses genetics, proteomics, and cytological approaches to understand the mechanism of unreduced gamete formation, which is considered to be the main route to polyploidy in plant evolution.
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If you need further information, please feel free to contact Prof. Hua Jiang Tel.: +49 (0) 39482 5875 directly.
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For us, your qualifications and strengths count. Therefore, everyone – independent from gender, origin, age, or possible disability – is welcome. The IPK is striving to increase the proportion of women in sectors where they are underrepresented and therefore explicitly encourages qualified women to apply. As an institution which has been awarded the Certificate for Career and Family (“berufundfamilie”), we offer family-friendly working conditions and flexible working hours. The IPK has set a goal to employ more people with disabilities. Qualified applicants with a disability will be given preference.
We are looking forward to receive your complete application (letter of motivation, CV, certificates) as one single pdf-document until 07.03.2021 via online-application (http://www.ipk-gatersleben.de/en/job-offers/). If you have questions or require more information, please do contact Ms. Stefanie Dreßler ([Email Address Removed]). Please indicate the reference number 06/02/21 in your correspondence. Please note that incomplete application documents cannot be considered.
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