8 molecular-biology positions at Helmholtz

  • Helmholtz | Heidelberg, Baden W rttemberg | Germany | 17 days ago

    The division studies the molecular mechanism by which chronic inflammation can lead to the development of cancer. A major focus of the research is devoted to the question, how high energy diets

  • Helmholtz | Germany | about 7 hours ago

    research program at the West German Cancer Center (wtz-essen.de). Our lab is equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation in cellular and molecular biology and we have unrestricted access to core

  • Helmholtz | Germany | 2 months ago

    immunooncology. Extended experiences in basic and advanced cellular and molecular biology techniques are required. Applications from candidates with experiences in big data analyses and bioinformatics

  • Helmholtz | Heidelberg, Baden W rttemberg | Germany | 27 days ago

    , both working as a team-player but also independently. Theoretical knowledge in the following subjects is mandatory: Immunology, Molecular Biology/Genetics. Interest in molecular mechanisms

  • Helmholtz | Germany | about 7 hours ago

    The lab is located at the newly built institute for Lung Biology and Disease (iLBD), Comprehensive Pneumology Center, and provides a creative, and interdisciplinary environment. iLBD belongs

  • Helmholtz | Heidelberg, Baden W rttemberg | Germany | 2 days ago

    well as strong experience in molecular and cellular biology with specific focus on the methods described above • Experience in the acquisition of third party funding is of advantage Application: please provide a

  • Helmholtz | Potsdam, Brandenburg | Germany | about 1 month ago

    qualifications: MSc. (or equivalent) and PhD in Microbiology/Molecular Biology with a focus in molecular ecology and bioinformatics excellent microbiological skills, particularly DNA/RNA-based analyses (e.g. qPCR

  • Helmholtz | Heidelberg, Baden W rttemberg | Germany | 23 days ago

    impact on gene regulation. The project is expected to yield fundamental insights into the specific molecular links by which reactive oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur species couple changes in metabolism

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