Molecular Biology: Single-Cell Genomics

Department / Institute
Systems Neuroscience–Cell Diversity group,
Institute for Stroke and Dementia Research
Subject area
Single-Cell Genomics
Academic requirements
Applicants should hold a master in Biological Sciences, i.e. Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Medical Chemistry, Molecular Biotechnology or similar
or
Master in Medicine with specialty in Cardiology, Neurology, or Immune and Inflammatory Diseases.

Women are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants with disabilities and equal qualifications will be given preferential treatment.
Contact
Applications should include a curriculum vitae, certificates, a summary of the previous work, a letter of motivation, and names and contact information of reference. Please send your application as one PDF-document to Dr. Ozgun Gokce.
E-Mail: Oezguen.Goekce@med.uni-muenchen.de

Project description

We are looking for an exceptional candidate for LMU-CSC scholarship to study checkpoints of brain diseases using single-cell genomics.

The successful candidates will join the Systems Neuroscience–Cell Diversity group (https://www.isd-research.de/gokce-lab) at the Institute for Stroke and Dementia Research (ISD), Munich (https://www.lmu-klinikum.de/isd).

We use single-cell genomics to reveal cellular responses involved in maintaining healthy brain and repairing damages. The goal of the project is to find druggable cellular checkpoints after brain damage that are critical for functional recovery. Our lab is located at the brand new and fully equipped ISD building in the biomedical science campus and member of the DFG-funded Collaborative Research Center (SFB-TRR 274) titled “Checkpoints of Central Nervous System Recovery” and also the “SyNergy” Cluster of Excellence

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