The Hannover Medical School is searching to 01.05.2020
for the Institute of Functional and Applied Anatomy an
Research Assistant / Doctoral Student (f/m/d)
The Hannover Medical School (MHH), with about 10.000 employees the biggest company of Lower Saxony, is a university institution for research and teaching in the human and dental medicine and a university hospital of supra-maximum medical care. Research, teaching, medical care and administration work hand in hand in the integration model at the MHH-campus.
The project aims at a better understanding of the structural and molecular alterations within pulmonary cells that are induced by high dietary intake of sugar or fat, and how these are affected by hypoxia and hyperoxia that can occur in the context of lung disease or therapeutic treatments.
- Assistance in animal experiments and lung mechanics measurements
- Preparation and quantitative analysis of light- and electron-microscopic images
- Analysis of proteomics data
- qRT-PCR, western blot, cell culture experiments
- Writing of manuscripts and reports, presentation of results at conferences
- Master/Diploma degree in Biology/Biochemistry/Biomedicine or related discipline
- Experience with “omics” approaches and laboratory animals (mice) including Felasa B certificate or equivalent is of advantage
- High commitment, interest in conducting a research project independently and collaborative team spirit
Versatile and diversified tasks are awaiting you. The position is initially limited to 30.04.2023, has 25 hours per week and a salary in accordance with TV-L.
We enable you a collegial initial training and diverse training and development opportunities as well as an extensive health program for employees. In addition, we offer reliable family support and there is a day care center for children with emergency childcare. Furthermore, you will find the usual social benefits of the public
The MHH is certified as family-friendly university and stands for the promotion of women in the professional life. Applications of women are particularly welcome. Severely disabled applicants with equal qualifications are given preferential consideration.
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