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PhD fellowship on “Ubiquitin-mediated degradation meets small molecule signaling”

The IPB is an international research institute located on the Weinberg-campus of the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg.

The research group “Signal Integration” in the department of Molecular Signal Processing at the Leibniz-Institute of Plant Biochemistry (IPB) is seeking applications by highly motivated and driven students for a:

PhD fellowship on “Ubiquitin-mediated degradation meets small molecule signaling”

Using plants as model organisms, we aim to understand the dynamics behind protein turnover with emphasis on structural determinants. We focus on mechanistic studies on the assembly and regulation of ubiquitin ligases-substrate, as well as ubiquitin ligases-small molecule interactions and their networks, and ultimately their role in growth and development.

Our research involves molecular and biochemical approaches and candidates will benefit from excellent facilities at the IPB, as well as from an international research environment.

Requirements: Successful candidates must have a Master’s degree or equivalent in Biochemistry, Biology or Biophysics. Extensive knowledge of biochemistry and proven experience in molecular biology techniques are a must. English written and spoken is essential for the position.

Further information can be found under http://www.ipb-halle.de/en/research/molecular-signal-processing/research-groups/signal-integration/

Appointments will be made according to TV-L, E 13 for a period of two years with possible extension.

Closing date for applications is July 31st, 2015. Please refer to application code 19/2015.
 
How to apply:
Please send your application as a single PDF file including: CV, publication list together with a short sketch of their research interests and the names of two academic referees to bewerbungen@ipb-halle.de.

 
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For further information please contact:
Dr. Luz Irina Calderón Villalobos
lcaldero@ipb-halle.de
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