PhD Position at IPB, Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry, Germany

Postdoc in Germany
PhD Position at IPB: The Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry (IPB) is seeking applications for a PhD position in the Integrated Research Training Group of the Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) SNP2Prot “Plant Proteoform Diversity”. The role involves experimental research focusing on the allelic variation of a vacuolar cation channel and its impact on ion homeostasis and calcium signalling in plants. The position offers excellent working conditions, professional training, and flexible working hours.

PhD Position – Allelic Variation of a Vacuolar Cation Channel (m/f/d)

Summary Table

TitlePhD Position – Allelic Variation of a Vacuolar Cation Channel (m/f/d)
DesignationPhD Position (m/f/d)
Research AreaBiochemistry, Plant Interactions, Ion Homeostasis, Calcium Signalling
LocationLeibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry, Halle, Germany
EligibilityMSc in Biochemistry, Biology, or related discipline
Job DescriptionExperimental research on vacuolar cation channels and calcium signalling
How to ApplyOnline application via https://blogs.urz.uni-halle.de/snp2prot/
Last DateJune 30th, 2024

Designation

PhD Position (m/f/d)

Research Area

Biochemistry of Plant Interactions, focusing on allelic variation of vacuolar cation channels, ion homeostasis, and calcium signalling in plants.

Location

Leibniz Institute of Plant Biochemistry (IPB), Halle, Germany.

Eligibility/Qualification

  • An excellent MSc degree (or equivalent) in biochemistry, biology, or a related discipline.
  • Strong interest and fascination for in vivo imaging techniques and calcium signalling in plants.
  • Excellent English language skills (written and spoken).
  • High motivation to work cooperatively within the CRC.

Job Description

  • Conduct experimental research within the SNP2Prot subproject B03 focusing on allelic variation of a vacuolar cation channel.
  • Perform in vivo imaging of calcium and calcium decoding using fluorescence reporters.
  • Identify interaction partners and analyze phosphorylation of a cation channel by mass spectrometry.
  • Express, purify, and measure the activity of enzymes.
  • Present and publish scientific data.
  • Opportunity to obtain an academic qualification as part of a doctorate.

How to Apply

  • Applications must be submitted via the online application form at SNP2Prot Application.
  • Additional positions can be viewed and applied for simultaneously.
  • For more information or queries, contact info@snp2prot.uni-halle.de, Tel.: +49 345 55-24834, or Prof. Dr. Tina Romeis at tina.romeis@ipb-halle.de, Tel.: +49 345 5582 1400.
  • Foreign qualifications must be certified as equivalent to German standards (TV-L-EntgeltO Protokollerklärung Nr. 1 Absatz 4).

Last Date for Application

June 30th, 2024.

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