Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel

Institute of Physiology

Thomas Baukrowitz laboratory,
Institute of Physiology, Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel
Ion channels-Electrophysiology-Structure funtion studies of K channels

''PhD Student position''

The main focus our laboratory,offers range of research projects like biophysics of Ion channel structural and functional studies, Ion channel Pharmacology and channelopathies related topics. For Examples channels like Kir (Inward rectifiers), Kv (Voltage dependent) and K2P (Two pore domain) using electrophysiological (Patch clamp and TEVC), fluoroscence, mutagenesis and homology modelling techniques. For our previous work please check ''Baukrowitz'' in pubmed.

We offer intensive training and supervision, participation in national and international meetings included. Salary will be offered as German salary scale E13/2

We are looking for a highly motivated team member with strong interest in potassium channel structure function studies, Applicants should hold Diplom/ Masters degree in Biology, Biochemistry, Chemistry or Physics. Experience in Electrophysiological techniques are advantageous but not pre requisite. German Proficiency is required while part of the job involves teaching to medical students (2 hr/Week)

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How to apply: Applicants should send

1. Curriculum vitae with References mentioned
2. Short summary of motivation (one page)

Dead line: 5 th December 2010
Please send application per email..


Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Institute of Physiology
Hermann-Rodewald-Straße 5
24118 Kiel
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