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What are you waiting for? Apply now! We are seeking for our team at the Institute for Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Freiburg

Doctoral students (Phd) (m/f/d)

We are performing basic scientific research in the area of voltage and ligand gated ion channels. We are studying the activation mechanisms and functions of a small family of intracellularly located channels. These channels are expressed in endosomes and lysosomes and are involved in a multitude of intracellular trafficking processes such as surface expression of growth factor receptors, regulation of transporters in resorptive epithelia, but are also involved in uptake of bacterial protein toxins and processing of viruses.
 
For further information please refer to the following publications:
  • Sakurai et al., Science 2015, 347, 995-998
  • Castonguay et al., Sci Rep 2017, 7,10038, 1-15
  • Müller et al., iScience 2021, 24, 1-30
  • Grossmann et al., Cells 2021, 10, 1807, 1-13
  • Just et al., Acta Physiol (Oxf) 2023, 237(3), e13914

We are expecting:

  • high motivation and dependability
  • capacity for teamwork
  • basic experience in molecular biological and biochemical techniques
  • good English skills
  • master or comparable degree in biology, pharmacy, biochemistry or closely related areas

We are offering:

  • a fully equipped lab space for basic molecular biological and biochemical methods
  • professional support for all relevant techniques
  • an interesting topic in the ion channel field
  • strong team spirits
  • challenging tasks with a high degree of personal responsibility

The weekly work hours are 65 %. The position is limited to perform a PhD work. The salary will be determined in accordance with the salary group E13 TV-L.

University of Freiburg
Institute of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology
Prof. Dr. Norbert Klugbauer
Albertstr. 25, 79104 Freiburg
For further inquiries, please contact:

ilias.michailidis@pharmakol.uni-freiburg.de
0761/203-5301
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