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PhD position in Plant Molecular Biology

The Plant Molecular Biology division, Department Biology I, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, invites candidates for a
 
PhD position (TV-L E13, 65%)

The chloroplast is unique to plants and is the host of photosynthesis and a wide range of biosynthetic pathways. Furthermore, chloroplasts have retained their own gene expression system. We investigate specific aspects of chloroplast gene expression and how disturbances of this gene expression machinery are transduced to the nucleus (retrograde signaling). Many of the components of those signaling networks are common to many types of stimuli and are found in all organisms ranging from bacteria to humans. The knowledge derived from this project therefore advances our understanding of gene expression and signal transduction per se.

Further reading:
Kleine, T, Leister D (2015) Emerging functions of mammalian and plant mTERFs. Biochim Biophys Acta 1847:786-797

We offer
  • the possibility to work on a cutting-edge project
  • well-equipped, modern and highly interactive research environment within the LMU Biology Campus, Martinsried
  • expertise in a wide range of experimental techniques including molecular biology, protein biochemistry, physiology, genetics, and cell biology
 
To strengthen our team we are looking for a motivated PhD student interested in the above mentioned topics and willing to apply various cutting-edge technologies that include for instance next-generation sequencing approaches.

Interested applicants should have a strong background in plant physiology and/or molecular biology. Knowledge in systems–biology approaches are of advantage.

Applications (CV, letter of motivation and the contact details of two referees) should be sent per e-mail (subject:“PhD position OGE and retrograde signalling”) until 1.05.2016 to: tatjana.kleine@lmu.de

PD Dr. Tatjana Kleine, AG Leister, Biozentrum der LMU München, Bereich Botanik, Großhaderner Str. 2-4, 82152 Planegg-Martinsried, Deutschland.
 
How to apply:
Applications (CV, letter of motivation and the contact details of two referees) should be sent per e-mail (subject:“PhD position OGE and retrograde signalling”) until 1.05.2016 to: tatjana.kleine@lmu.de
 
Kontakt für Bewerbungen
PD Dr. Tatjana Kleine, AG Leister, Biozentrum der LMU München, Bereich Botanik, Großhaderner Str. 2-4, 82152 Planegg-Martinsried, Deutschland.
 
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