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4 PhD positions in Computational Biology

The International PhD Programme “Gene Regulation, Epigenetics & Genome Stability” in Mainz invites applications for Computational Biology/Bioinformatics. Several projects are available including data mining, -omics data analysis and systems biology.

                Prof. Miguel Andrade (Computational Biology and Data Mining)
                Dr. Falk Butter (Quantitative Proteomics)
                Dr. Julian König (Genomic Views of Splicing Regulation)
                Dr. Stefan Legewie (Mathematical modelling of single-cell responses)

We offer
•             The possibility to work on a cutting-edge project using state-of-the-art technology in a highly motivated research team
•             A stimulating, diverse and international research environment
•             Advanced training opportunities
•             A generous stipend
Required qualifications
•             Master or Diploma
•             Motivation to solve complex biological problems
•             Excellent communication skills
Starting date: 1 November 2015 or later
Duration of stipend: 3 years, with the possibility of extension
Deadline for applications: 20 June 2015
Please register and apply exclusively online at

The IPP is coordinated by Institute of Molecular Biology Mainz (IMB)
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Über Institute of Molecular Biology gGmbH

Our International PhD Programme on the “Gene Regulation, Epigenetics and DNA Damage Response” gives talented and enthusiastic students the opportunity to undertake PhD research at the cutting edge of modern biology. Our groups cover a broad range of expertise and include leading biochemists, geneticists, cell and developmental biologists who study the molecular mechanisms of...

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