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Postdoctoral Position Planegg Germany,
Max Planck Institute (company)
Posted on : 26 June 2017
- Our institute is one of the leading research institutes within the fields of biochemistry, cell- and structural biology, and bio medicine.
- With its eight scientific departments, about 25 research groups, and a staff of around 850 people, the institute is one of the largest institutes within the company Society.
- The lab has long-standing expertise in investigating CNS-specific autoimmune disease, Multiple Sclerosis.
- We study the molecular regulation of T and B lymphocyte responses and their role in physiology and pathophysiology.
- We use genetically engineered mice combined with molecular and functional studies to dissect the roles of T and B cell subsets in the pathogenesis of Multiple sclerosis. More recently the lab has embarked on a systematic analysis of how gut microbes control the activation of innate and adaptive immune cells.
- These studies will enhance our basic understanding of immune cell functions and create new therapeutic opportunities for the treatment of autoimmune diseases.
- The available position is related to the study The regulatory role of B cells in autoimmunity .
- The ab s international team is part of the company of Biochemistry, which provide world-class research facilities, friendly and dynamic working environment.
- Our research work has been published in leading journals.
Candidates must have a strong background in B and/or T cell immunology that includes experience in analyzing cell-mediated immune responses in vivo using mouse models. A background in molecular and cell biology including recombinant DNA technology is desired. Candidates with additional experience in proteomics and genomics are especially encouraged to apply.
- The position is available immediately. The salary level will be according to the German wage agreement for the public service (TV
82152 Martinsried Germany
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