The “Molecular Signaling group” at the Institute of Biochemistry II, Goethe University Frankfurt, is lookings for a full time
Postdoctoral fellow for Proteomic analysis of ubiquitin and autophagy systems (m/f/d)
To achieve homeostasis, cells evolved dynamic and self-regulating quality control processes to adapt to new environmental conditions and to prevent prolonged damage. Our laboratory is particularly interested in the molecular basis of Ubiquitin-proteasome system and selective autophagy involved
in clearance of proteins, aggregates, cellular organelles or pathogens (for more insight please refer to PMID: 31727826).
an outstanding and ambitious candidate (PhD required) with a profound expertise in quantitative MS-based proteomics, PTM profiling and the respective data analysis. A strong understanding of general proteomics workflows and LC-MS instrumentation is required and experience in the field of
chemistry, computational or molecular biology is appreciated.
an ambitious environment and project with access to state-of-the-art technology platforms to carry out cutting edge research. This project (E01) within the Collaborative Research Centre 1177, is fund-ed by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and is part of the multidisciplinary environment of the Institute of Biochemistry II at the Goethe University Medical School Frankfurt, with its internationally highly competitive, dynamic and scientifically stimulating environment (https://www.biochem2.com). The position is limited to two plus two years following positive evalua-tion. The designated salary for the position is based on the TV-G-U, the limitation of the contract is based on the regulations of the “Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz” in conjunction with the “Hessische Hochschulgesetz. Located in Frankfurt am Main, the IBC2 is situated in an open-minded metropolitan region and offers an international working environment, good access to public transportation and road network and a free public transport job-ticket.
As an equal opportunity employer, applications of women are specifically invited. Severely disabled applicants with equal qualification and aptitude will be given preferential consideration.
Should include a cover/motivation letter, CV, and reference letters of two referees and be submitted as one pdf document via email to: Prof. Dr. Ivan Dikic (email@example.com) referencing “MS Group Postdoctoral position”. Deadline for applications is February 10th 2020.