We are looking for three highly qualified and motivated candidates s for Ph.D. positions focusing on transcription regulation during melanocyte proliferation and in mouse embryonic stem cells, and the role of autophagy in cancer, at the University of Iceland, Reykjavík.
The projects are supported by the University of Iceland Doctoral Fund and the Icelandic Research Council for three years.
The studentships are at the Biomedical Center (www.lifvisindi.hi.is) and are associated with the Faculty of Medicine and the Graduate Program in Molecular Life Sciences. The graduate program is a joint program between research groups at the University of Iceland and research organizations associated with the University. The main objective of GPMLS is to create a dynamic interdisciplinary educational program and to advance research and education in the field of molecular life sciences. The program offers research and education opportunities in a stimulating environment for students working towards MSc or PhD.
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PhD student position available in Medical Biotechnologies and Translational Medicine, section of Science and Biotechnologies of Reproduction and Development. Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata
Closing date: June 11, 2018, 4pm. Further information on date of examination can be found at the following web site:
A highly motivated candidate is invited to join the group of Dr. Marco Barchi as a Ph.D. student. The group study the Mechanisms of DNA damage repair in male meiotic germ cells and germ cell tumours. In this project we will analyze the role of SPO11 protein in double strand breaks formation and chromosome segregation in male meiotic cells. This post will involve manipulating male germ cells to identify the specific function of SPO11 splice variants in meiosis. The project will make use of different knock-in and knock-out mice models developed in the lab.
Institution information: CECAD Cologne Cluster of Excellence: Cellular Stress Responses in Aging-Associated Diseases, CECAD Research Center, University of Cologne, Joseph-Stelzmann-Str. 26, D-50931 Cologne, Germany Location: Cologne is a vibrant city with a highly international academic research environment. CECAD forms a focal point of ageing research in Europe bringing together researchers and clinicians at the University of Cologne with researchers at the new Max Planck Institute for Biology of Aging in a unique research venture.
Structural Mechanisms of Ubiquitination Enzymes in Disease
A PhD position is available in the lab of Sonja Lorenz at the Rudolf Virchow Center for Experimental
Biomedicine, Würzburg, Germany. The Lorenz lab explores the molecular mechanisms
of ubiquitin ligases and their functions in cancer (ELife 2017;6:e21036) and infection.
We are supported by the Emmy Noether Program of the German Research Foundation and the EMBO Young Investigator Program among other sources.
Three DFG-funded Ph.D. student positions are available at the Chair of Plant Systems Biology at the Life Sciences
campus of the Technische Universität München in Freising-Weihenstephan.
• Cell biology of auxin transport control by regulatory protein kinases
• Control of Arabidopsis development by GATA transcription factors
• Genome-wide identification of target genes of GATA transcription factors
We are seeking three highly motivated Ph.D. students to strengthen our highly interactive and collaborative team.
The Chair for Plant Systems Biology (Prof. Dr. Claus Schwechheimer) at the Technical University of
Munich invites applications for the position of an
Independent Group Leader in Plant Sciences
The successful candidate will perform independent cutting edge research in the field of plant cell biology, plant biochemistry and/or systems biology. The research theme is open and interactions are expected with research groups and research themes at the Chair for Plant Systems Biology, the Department of Plant Sciences at the Technical University of Munich and/or the Sonderforschungsbereich 924 "Molecular mechanism regulating yield and yield stability in plants."
The ETN UbiCODE is looking for 13 highly motivated PhD students to integrate 11 European research institutions.
Our consortium aims to explore multiple aspects of the Ubiquitin CODE regulation using distinct models.
For further details on the content of our research program and application please visit any of these links: