Doctoral Research Fellow (registration number: 7-015/20-D)
available in full time (65 %)
The remuneration is paid depending on the assignment of tasks and fulfillment of the personal re-quirements up to the fee group E 13 TV-L.
- Completed studies (MSc.) in the field of life sciences, veterinary medicine or medicine
- English skills
- Ability and willingness to participate in animal experiments
- Knowledge in the physiology/pathophysiology of the liver and the mineralocorticoid receptor
- Knowledge in the area of signal transduction and control of gene expression
- Experiences with molecular biology and protein biochemistry methods (quantitative PCR, Western Blot, ELI-SA,RNA and DNA extraction methods, reportergene assays, siRNA interference)
- Experience with cell culture techniques (including cultivation of cell lines and production of primary cultures, transmitted light and fluorescence microscopy) and the phenotyping of cell types
- Experiences with animal-experimental studies of the liver in vivo (measurement of portal, sinusoidal and arterial pressure) or ex vivo (Mulvany myography, pressure myography, histomorphometry, etc.) are desirable but not required.
- Participation in a DFG funded project on the importance of the mineralocorticoid receptor for the development and progression of liver cirrhosis.
Implementation of experiments with rodents
- Collection of functional vascular parameters in vivo and ex vivo
- Histological and molecular biology studies on tissues
- Studies on signal transduction and gene expression on primary cell cultures and cell lines
- Data analysis, literature research and preparation of manuscripts
If you have any questions please contacted PD Dr. Barbara Schreier (E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel.: +49-345-557-4759, Fax: +49-345-557-4019). Please send your application until the 19th of March 2020 via e-mail to email@example.com or via mail to the Martin-Luther-University of Halle-Wittenberg, Julius-Bernstein-Institute for Physiology, Magdeburger Straße 6, D-06112 Halle, Germany.
The call for tenders is subject to possible budgetary restrictions. Applications fees are not refunded by the Martin-Luther-University. Application documents are only returned if a sufficiently stamped return envelope has been attached.