Post-doc advertisement, MPIZ Cologne/Germany
(by thron from mpiz-koeln.mpg.de)
Wed Feb 27 09:53:50 EST 2008
Please see our advertisement below for a post-doc position at the Max Planck
Institute for Plant Breeding Research in Cologne, Germany. Could you please
forward the announcement to contacts who might be interested in this
position. Thank you.
Secretary to Prof Maarten Koornneef
Director, Plant Breeding and Genetics
Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research
E-mail: <mailto:thron from mpiz-koeln.mpg.de> thron from mpiz-koeln.mpg.de
The Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research (MPIZ) seeks
a post-doctoral scientist
to establish Affymetrix chip hybridizations for different types of array. In
addition the successful applicant will work closely with research groups to
prepare hybridization experiments and analyze the data. The position will be
based in the DNA core facility which houses a DNA sequencing service, robots
for array construction and an Affymetrix chip hybridization station.
Extension of the facility to include massively parallel sequencing
approaches is planned for the next year.
We seek a candidate with a PhD in biology, genetics or a related field.
Previous experience with array hybridizations or other genomics-based
approaches would be an advantage. Very good English skills are required and
German language skills would be advantageous. Payment and benefits are
according to the German TVÖD. The position will initially be limited to two
years with the possibility of a further extension depending on performance.
The Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research (MPIZ) in Cologne
(www.mpiz-koeln.mpg.de) is one of the worlds premier sites committed to
basic research and training in plant science. The institute consists of four
scientific departments, three independent research groups and specialist
support, totalling about 400 staff, including externally funded positions.
The Max Planck Society is an equal opportunity employer.
Please send your detailed application by 28 March 2008 to:
Max Planck Institute
for Plant Breeding Research
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