PhD in Molecular Cell Biology (ref 201891)

Updated: about 2 months ago
Job Type: FullTime
Deadline: 15 Apr 2021

The objective of the project is to characterize the molecular mechanisms involved in selective autophagy and their role in neurodegenerative disease. The project will involve a range of cell and molecular biology methods, including genome editing, cloning and lentivirus production, mammalian cell culture, generation of stable cell lines, siRNA-mediated gene knock-down, immunofluorescence labeling, live and confocal microscopy, protein interaction assays, Western blot analysis and work with model organisms. The successful candidate should have a solid background in Molecular and Cell biology and experience with some of the aforementioned techniques, as well as with data analysis and presentation of results. Notions of image analysis and macro scripting will be highly valued. Previous experience with research within the autophagy field and good communication and organisational skills will also be considered an advantage.

We are looking for highly motivated individuals with the personal prerequisites to carry out the project within the given timeframe.

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