We at the Institute for Experimental Cancer Research, Ulm, Germany, are looking for a highly motivated
Postdoctoral candidate (m/f/d)

The University Hospital Ulm and its employees stands for a modern and high quality patient care, excellent university research and medical education focused on the future as well as apprenticeships in attractive professional fields. The requirements for this are qualified and committed employees. 
to join our institute.
The Institute for Experimental Cancer Research has the primary goal of promoting translational and clinical research in the field of hematology and oncology. The work of our group is focused on dissecting the pathology of acute myeloid leukemia and malignant B-cell lymphomas. In particular, our institute utilizes primary patient material, gene editing, mouse models and molecular biology techniques to identify druggable factors/pathways required for leukemia stem cell (LSC) self-renewal and/or maintenance. In this regard, the Postdoctoral applicant will explore particularly the role of metabolic factors in the biology of acute myeloid leukemia and B-cell lymphomas.


The position is offered for a period of 2 years with the possibility to prolong.

Deadline for applications: 1st February 2022


Requirements:
  • The applicant should preferably have hands on experience in basic techniques such as, cell culture, RNA/DNA extraction, PCR and western blot
  • The applicant must be proficient in the English language both written and spoken


Contract: limited
Level of employment: full-time
application: 01.02.2022

Application procedure:

Applicants must send a CV and statement of purpose highlighting their research experience to sarah-anna.schmeller@uni-ulm.de

Employment takes place through the administration department of the University Medical Center Ulm, which acts in the name and on behalf of the federal state of Baden-Württemberg. Handicapped people with equal qualifications will be employed preferentially. The Ulm-University strives for an increased proportion of women in research and teaching and therefore strongly encourages qualified female scientists to apply for the position.