Groupleader position in Germany

Nobody nobody at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk
Wed Jul 21 04:33:37 EST 2004


Sonderforschungsbereich 590 DFG
"Inherent and adaptive differentiation processes"
The collaborative research project (Sonderforschungsbereich) 590 "Inherent
and adaptive differentiation processes" invites applications for the
position of the leader of an independent Junior Research Group (BAT Ia)
The candidate should hold a PhD, passed no longer than six years ago. He/she
should have a background in biochemical research and an excellent scientific
record. The focus of the research should lie on molecular interactions
during differentiation. A strong commitment to interdisciplinary research,
active collaboration and significant contributions to the research
goals of the SFB are expected. The junior research group will be located at
the Institute of Genetics and embedded into the general research programme
of the SFB 590. Space and basic equipment will be provided.
Successfull applicants are funded for a maximum of five years, starting on
the 1st January 2005. Funding includes the position of the group leader (BAT
Ia), scientific and technical personel, equipment as well as consumables on
the basis of an approved research plan (for details on conditions,
background and application criteria of the DFG programme see
http://www.dfg.de). The selection of the candidate will be performed by a
panel and includes the personal presentation of the applicants.
Applications including CV, list of publications, copies of the most
important publications and a research plan (max. 5 pages) are to be
submitted by Monday, 16th August 2004 to:

Heinrich-Heine Universitaet Duesseldorf, Institut fuer Genetik
Prof. Dr. Elisabeth Knust
Universitaetsstrasse 1
40225 Duesseldorf
Telefon: +49-(0)2 11/8 11-35 04
E-Mail: knust at uni-duesseldorf.de
Homepage:
www.biologie.uni-duesseldorf.de/sfb590/
www.uni-duesseldorf.de/MathNat/Genetik/
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Informal requests for more information can be sent to:


Prof. Dr. Ruediger Simon
Institute for Genetics
Heinrich-Heine University Duesseldorf

E-mail: ruediger.simon at uni-duesseldorf.de

phone:  +49 211 8114045



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