- Bewerbungsfrist: 15.12.2020
- Veröffentlicht: 10.11.2020
- Start-date: 01.01.2021
- Fulltime position
- Kennziffer: 00001310
Postdoctoral positions are available in the laboratory of Professor Björn Lillemeier in the Institute of Biology III at the Albert-Ludwigs-University in Freiburg (Germany). Our group is interested in the regulation of lymphocyte activity during immune responses. Current research efforts are focused on the activating T cell receptor (TCR) and inhibitory PD1 pathways in T cells. We apply multidisciplinary approaches including molecular biology, cell biology, biochemistry and microscopy to study signaling mechanisms that control T cell activity and functions. Our goal is to modulate in vivo T cell responses for future immunotherapies against cancer and autoimmunity.
We encourage applicants from different areas in the life sciences with strong interest in immunology. Multiple projects are available to investigate T cell activation using biochemical or cellular approaches, or to test novel immunotherapy strategies in animal models.
These positions require a qualified Ph.D. or doctorate and publication(s) in peer-reviewed journals.
Please include a letter of motivation, a description of research accomplishments and interests (max. 2 pages), CV with publication list and 3+ contact details for referees.
We are particularly pleased to receive applications from women for the position advertised here.
Please send your application in English including supporting documents mentioned above citing the reference number 00001310, by 15.12.2020 at the latest. Please send your application to the following address in written or electronic form:
Institute for Biology III
Joanna Brzostek (co. Miriam Vitt)
E-Mail (please one pdf-file):
Applicants with disabilities (Schwerbehinderte Menschen) will be given preferential consideration in case of equal qualification.
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