We are seeking highly motivated and creative colleagues to explore how reversible redox modifications control cell cycle decisions. We employ cell biological and biochemical techniques with an emphasis on single cell imaging and protein interactions. Several ambitious projects are available and can be tailored to individual interests and expertise.
Applicants should have a strong expertise in redox biology ideally involving cell biological techniques and/or protein biochemistry. Additional experience with programing languages such as Python, Matlab, Mathematica or R is beneficial. English language skills are essential; knowledge of German is not required. The position(s) can start immediately or upon mutual agreement. Salary will be according to the German TVL scale. In case of equivalent qualifications, disabled applicants will be preferentially considered. PhD applicants will have the possibility to additionally apply to the Dresden International PhD Programm (DIPP, http://www.dresd...
Congratulations to Igor who just submitted his work "Targeted loss of function screen for cell cycle regulating E2 conjugating enzymes identifies UFC1 as a regulator of G1 phase progression". Already looking forward to Igor's defence at the end of the year!
Once again, we decided to take advantage of the beautiful surroundings of Dresden and venture into the Saxonian Switzerland for an annual hike. This time, we went off the beaten track and did a little bit of bouldering to get to the top.
We celebrated winter and approaching Xmas by strolling through Dresden's Christmas markets. We had some Langos at Neumarkt, lots of great mulled wine at the Medieval Christmas Market and finally some more at Striezelmarkt. Real winter bonding!