We are currently looking for postdoctoral fellows with a PhD in biochemistry, genetics, computational biology, or related fields, and a strong interest in combining experimental and computational approaches to understand how fundamental cellular processes are coordinated in vivo. Prior experience in RNA biology, high-throughput sequencing, proteomics, or the analysis of large-scale datasets would be advantageous, but is not strictly required. We are particularly interested in applicants who have demonstrated creative thinking and a high degree of independence in the past, and have a strong desire to pursue multidisciplinary projects and develop novel experimental tools. Please contact Dr. Danny Nedialkova by email to discuss the different options currently available.
We are currently looking to recruit a PhD student to work on dissecting how protein synthesis and folding are coordinated in metazoans (https://www.mpg.de/12036621/phd-student-mechanisms-of-protein-biogenesis). To apply, please send a letter detailing why you would like to join our group, your CV, and the contact details of two references as a single pdf to Danny Nedialkova (firstname.lastname@example.org ) by June 15 2018.
We also recruit PhD students through the International Max Planck Research School for Life Sciences (https://imprs-ls.opencampus.net/). The current closing date for applications is November 15, 2018.
We are always interested in hearing from M. Sc. students willing to join our group for an internship. For more information about available projects, please contact Dr. Danny Nedialkova by email. Applications should include a short description of why you are interested in joining the lab, a CV, and the contact details of 2-3 references.