Postdoctoral researcher (m/f/d) in the area of Bio-engineering reproductive tissues
At Ferraz lab we have focused our research on developing in vitro models of reproductive tissues to understand maternal-gamete/embryo communication, aiming at improving the quality of IVF embryos and to promote the rescue of genetic material.
Within the current funded Sofja Kovalevskaja Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, we are seeking for a Postdoc researcher to work on developing and validating female reproductive organs-on-a-chip. The successful candidate will employ bio-printing and microfluidics technologies, along with imaging, transcriptomics and proteomics to validate the in vitro models.
We are based at the Gene Center Munich and at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of LMU. Our group is embedded in the stimulating, interdisciplinary environment of the life sciences campus Großhadern of the Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich (LMU) and the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, located in Oberschleißheim. Downtown Munich can be reached by public transport within 20 minutes, the German Alps in just over 1 hour.
We are seeking highly motivated candidates (PhD holder) who share our dedication to science and enthusiasm for interdisciplinary research with background on biology, biomedicine, engineering, or similar fields. The candidate must have experience in two or more of the following fields: 3D cell cultures, organoids, organs-on-chip, microfluidics, bio-printer, biomaterials and/or bio-fabrication. You are also expected to be able to develop and perform experiments independently, and work well in a team.
The application should be submitted as a single PDF including a CV, a letter of motivation and contact information for 2 references. Please send your application to email@example.com. Since we work with continuous selection and appointment, we encourage you to send your application as soon as possible.
The salary will be in accordance with the German model for the public sector (TV-L).
The University of Munich is an equal opportunity employer. Handicapped candidates with equal qualifications will be given preference.
For more information about our research please visit the Ferraz Lab.
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