Research Scholarship Positions: Umea University, Sweden, invites applications for postdoctoral and PhD positions at the Department of Medical Biochemistry and Biophysics, under the supervision of Dr. Andreas Kohler. The research focuses on unraveling the molecular principles of Protein Quality Control (PQC) mechanisms for mitochondrially-encoded proteins in health, ageing, and disease, using Saccharomyces cerevisiae and human cell culture. The positions offer a collaborative and innovative research environment with cutting-edge scientific infrastructure and resources.
|January 14th, 2024
|January 7th, 2024
Study Area: Mitochondria, Protein Quality Control, Molecular Mechanisms
Research Scholarship Positions in Mitochondria Protein Quality Control at Umea University
The research aims to decode the intricacies of PQC mechanisms for mitochondrially-encoded proteins, essential for cellular energy homeostasis and overall cellular functionality. The project utilizes yeast and human cell culture as primary model systems to explore the impact of PQC on cellular health during ageing and in various diseases. The laboratory promotes a collaborative, inclusive, and open-minded research atmosphere, ensuring the highest standards of scientific quality.
Eligibility: Candidates should demonstrate a strong interest in Mitochondria, PQC, and related molecular mechanisms. The ideal candidate is a team player actively engaging in scientific discussions.
Required Documents: Specific requirements for each position and details on required documents can be found in the official advertisements:
How to Apply: Interested candidates should follow the application process outlined in the respective official advertisements linked above.
- Postdoctoral Fellowship: Apply until January 14th, 2024
- PhD Position: Apply until January 7th, 2024
Contact: For any inquiries about the position, please contact Dr. Andreas Kohler at: firstname.lastname@example.org.