• Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biophysik e.V.
  • Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biophysik e.V.
  • Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biophysik e.V.
  • Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biophysik e.V.
  • Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biophysik e.V.
  • Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biophysik e.V.
  • Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biophysik e.V.
  • Die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Biophysik e.V.

11 doctoral positions in the RTG 2154 „Materials for Brain" in Kiel

The University of Kiel (CAU) as well as the University Medical Center Schleswig-Holstein (UKSH), Germany, is offering

11 Doctoral Positions
within the Research Training Group 2154 “Materials for Brain”

starting from April 1st, 2020. The positions will be awarded for three years. The weekly working time is 75% of a full employment (currently 29.025 hours). The salary corresponds to the level of E 13 TV-L of the German public service salary scale.

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15 PhD-student positions: Innovative training network PROTON

PROTON is an international training network (ITN) in the frame of Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions (MSCA). 10 academic and 2 industrial partners joint to train 15 PhD students in the field of proton transport and proton coupled transport. The research projects of the PhD students aim at clarifying the molecular reaction mechanisms of protons in the confines of interfacial water layers and proteinaceous cavities with emphasis on proton mobility.

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PhD Position in Super-resolution RNA Imaging

Topic
Genetically encodable fluorescence markers for imaging of specific RNA molecules in live
cells are still very limited. Within the project ‘Super‐resolution RNA Imaging with Aptamer‐
PAINT’, funded by the Baden‐Württemberg Stiftung (collaboration with the Jäschke lab,
IPMB, U Heidelberg), we will develop advanced light‐up RNA aptamers for live‐cell superresolution
localization microscopy applications.

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PhD Position from autumn 2019 Research Projects in Biophysical Chemistry at the University of Freiburg

We are a young, interdisciplinary team in biophysical chemistry and connected to the department of pharmaceutics at Freiburg University. We collaborate with
groups in Prague, Halle, Jena, Shanghai.
Interaction of antimicrobial polymers with lipid membranes.
We work with alternatives to classical antibiotics. Using microcalorimetry, timecorrelated fluorescence spectroscopy, monolayers, and other biophysical
methods, we investigate the selectivity of antimicrobial polymers for different lipid membranes, and thus organisms.
We measure and model membrane permeabilization, characterize the interactions of the designed antimicrobial compounds, and reach out to microbiology.

We are looking for motivated colleagues
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