Postdoctoral Researcher Position 2019, University of Luxembourg

Postdoctoral Researcher Position 2019, University of Luxembourg

Postdoctoral Researcher Position 2019, University of Luxembourg

Designation/Position-  Postdoctoral Researcher Position 2019

University of Luxembourg invites application forPostdoctoral Researcher Position 2019 from eligible and interested candidates

About- The University of Luxembourg is a multilingual, international research University. The University of Luxembourg has the following vacancy in the Luxembourg Centre for Systems Biomedicine (LCSB). The University of Luxembourg is a multilingual, international research University. Postdoctoral Researcher Position 2019

Research/Job Area- Molecular biology, neurosciences, biotechnology, bioinformatics, or another similar life science related discipline  

Project Title- Systems Biomedicine with focus on Epilepsy

Location- University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Eligibility/Qualification–

  • A PhD degree in molecular biology, neurosciences, biotechnology, bioinformatics, or another similar life science related discipline
  • Experience with molecular biology and microscopy techniques
  • Experience with working with animals is preferred (animal laboratory science certificate is required), previous experience with aquaculture techniques and/or with zebrafish will be considered as an advantage
  • Programing skills and knowledge of biomedical data will be considered as an advantage
  • Excellent organizational and management skills
  • Fluency in oral and written English is essential

Job/Position Description- 

Area: the successful applicant (m/f) will be a member of the Integrative Cell Signalling Group headed by Dr. Alexander Skupin at the LCSB. The main goal of the group is to combine state-of-the-art imaging and single cell techniques with mechanistic modelling and bioinformatics analyses to investigate how the emergent behaviour of cells, organs and organisms originates from molecular entities.

Description: we seek a highly skilled and motivated postdoc to develop a research project focused on studying the genetics of epileptogenesis using an in vivo model (zebrafish). In brief, the research project includes the generation of zebrafish lines and/or the use of available lines with epilepsy-specific mutations to perform deep phenotyping within the context of epilepsy. This position is part of a German-Luxembourgish research unit focusing on the complex genetics of generalized epilepsies.

 More specifically your tasks will include:

  • Performance of molecular biology experiments such as CRISPR/Cas9 mutagenesis and PCR-based genotyping of zebrafish
  • Deep characterization of mutant lines by light sheet microscopy and single cell RNA sequencing
  • Performance of experiments using zebrafish embryos/larvae e.g. microinjections, behavioral tests, open field recordings
  • Modern data management and project documentation
  • Maintenance of a clean laboratory setting
  • Fixed-term contract 24 months, with possibility of extension up to 5 years,
  • Full-time position (40h/week)
  • Start date: 1st July 2019 (or as soon as possible)

How to Apply- Online applications (in English) should contain the following documents:

  • A detailed Curriculum vitae
  • A motivation letter that includes a brief description of previous research experience and future interests
  • Copies of Master’s and PhD degree or equivalent certificate (if not yet received)
  • A scan of your animal laboratory science certificate (Function A required)
  • Name and contact details of at least two referees

Review of applicants will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Last Date for Apply– 20 April 2019

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