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Saturday, 24 April 2010 20:46

We are interested in the modulation of immune responses in lymph nodes or spleens. The project that is part of the collaborative research centre of Structural and Cellular Biology at the University in Luebeck will focus on the effects of apoptotic cells and/or cytosolic components on the progress of immune responses using various mouse disease models. Besides morphological techniques (immunhistology and fluorescence microscopy), immunological techniques (FACS), and gene expression analysis (laser-microdissection and RT-PCR) protein- and biochemical techniques will be applied in cooperation with the Institute of Biology. The clinically relevant skin disease mouse models will be performed in cooperation with the clinic of dermatology.

Candidates must hold a university degree in biology, biochemistry or a related discipline. The applicant should be interested in cell biology and immunology and should have experience in immunological, protein- and biochemical approaches.

The University of Luebeck seeks to increase the percentage of female scientists and encourages female candidates to apply. In cases of similar qualification, competence and specific achievements women will be considered in equal terms within the legal framework. Handicapped candidates with equal qualification will be given preference.

The position is available from February 1st. 2010.

Further questions and applications (preferentially in electronic form) with curriculum vitae and copies of certificates, should be sent until January 18st. to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



Kathrin Kalies
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Institut für Anatomie

Ansprechpartner: Kathrin Kalies



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