Postdoc/Teamleader position: Downstream Processing of Cell Culture-Derived Virus Particles and Proteins
The position is granted for 3+3 years with the aim to gain scientific experience to qualify for next level positions. As a postdoc/teamleader you are assigned to the head of the Bioprocess Engineering department but the next step might be leading a research group of your own. The salary will be according to the German pay grade to conduct scientific research. In addition, the financing includes a competitive package for personal, equipment, and yearly operating costs.
Our downstream processing activities focus on the establishment and optimization of novel applications, techniques, and matrices for the purification of virus particles (e.g. influenza virus, vaccinia virus, flaviviridae), virus like particles, and other cell cultured-derived biologicals, i.e. recombinant proteins/glycoproteins. Furthermore we develop new analytical tools for monitoring individual unit operations and purification trains, and investigate the aggregation behavior of macromolecular biological components and virus particles.
We seek for a candidate with a PhD degree in biosystems engineering, bioprocess engineering, biotechnology or related engineering and natural science disciplines. Knowledge about downstream processing of animal cell culture-derived virus particles, virus-like particles or recombinant proteins, on-line and off-line process analytics, regulatory aspects, and experience with modeling of chromatography processes is appreciated. Moreover, the ideal candidate is highly motivated to work efficiently, self-directed and as part of an interdisciplinary team on scientific challenges.
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Please submit your structured CV together with a motivation letter, copies of master and bachelor degrees, high school certificate, and personal references until September 30, 2016.
Note that applications from women are especially welcome and that the Max Planck Society is committed to employing disabled individuals and encourages them to apply.
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In 1996 the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems was established. The foundation director is Prof. em. Dr.-Ing. Ernst Dieter Gilles. The institute in Magdeburg is the first institute of the Max Planck Society dedicated to the engineering sciences and is supposed to bridge the gap between basic research and industrial applications. The neighbourhood to the Otto...Mehr über die Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems