The Clinic for Internal Medicine 3, Division of Nephrology, Hugo Laboratory, focuses on clinically relevant mechanisms of renal regeneration, vessel repair and its modulation by therapy.
We are looking for a new team member as a
Postdoctoral Researcher (f/m/x)
This full or part-time position is immediately available and is according to the TV-L conditions. The contract will initially be for 24 months with the possibility for extension in a growing research laboratory. Our plan is to establish a postdoctoral research in our group with long-term contracts.
Our group focuses on the mechanisms of renal/glomerular regeneration and hereby identified a renal precursor cell niche of renin lineage cells within the juxtaglomerular apparatus, which is activated and tightly regulated upon intraglomerular injury. Established transgenic mouse systems to trace and modulate this precursor cell niche will be challenged to define the signals being responsible for activation and transdifferentiation of the precursor cells as a defined injury response. Hereby, also the potential interaction of cell death as well as inflammation signalling and precursor cell activation is being studied. Please have a look at our homepage for details.
We are looking for highly motivated applicants with a PhD or MD/PhD with interest in cutting edge cell regenerative research.
We are an internationally operating team with collaborators from different cultural backgrounds, working profiles and strategies. We are therefore looking for an integrative personality that may foster our research by great communications skills.
We are a dynamic, flexible, open-minded and creative team with increasing international visibility. The Hugo laboratory is located in the Medizinisch-Theoretisches Zentrum (MTZ).
Close interconnections between our group and excellent basic research institutions, such as the Centre for Regenerative Therapies Dresden (CRTD), the Medical Faculty and the Max-Planck Institute for Cell Biology and Genetics have been established and allow internationally competitive projects.
Most of our team members prefer to work on flexible working hours.
We do care about a healthy work-life balance in a nonetheless ambitious research team.
Creating own ideas will be openly discussed in a welcoming manner.
Applications of female researchers are highly appreciated. Disabled researchers with equal qualification will be preferred.
We are looking forward to receiving your detailed CV online with Registration number MK30920073 until April, 03th 2020 and hope to welcome you as a team member soon!
For further Information please contact Susanne Dollfus via telephone 0351-458-4233 or via eMail firstname.lastname@example.org