Duties will include supporting work in the lab by preparing reagents and media, as well as general lab organization and ordering. The successful applicant will also have the opportunity to independently pursue projects involving molecular biology, microscopy and biochemistry. We offer a competitive salary, a modern scientific environment and the oppportunity to acquire valuable research experience.
Research in the Dammermannn lab is aimed at understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying the assembly and function of centrioles and centriole-based structures in cellular organization, including in assembly of the mitotic spindle that directs chromosome segregation during cell division.
The lab specializes in the application of advanced microscopy techniques, using the nematode C. elegans and the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster as experimental models.
Successful candidates should
Hold a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in molecular biology, biochemistry or a related field
Have practical experience in molecular biology and/or protein chemistry techniques
High levels of organization and good record keeping are a must; training will be provided as needed.
CV, Cover letter and Name and contact details of at least one referee
Should be sent to email@example.com
By August 1, 2021
Starting date any time from August 2021
For more details please contact Alex Dammermann at above address. You can also take a look at our lab website.