The successful candidate’s research will focus on organization, function and stability of eukaryotic genomes or genetic networks. Potential methodological approaches include for example functional genomics, chromatin proteomics, computer aided biological imaging, optogenetic or microfluidics-based technologies as well as utilization of 3D cell systems.
We are looking for high-potential candidates with a PhD degree in life sciences who will develop a strong research program and contribute actively to the research focus within the department and collaborating disciplines within the university.
Regulations on the maximum period of scientific activities after the acquisition of the PhD degree as well as all additional requirements for employment are subject to § 64 HHG in the respective current version. The Assistant Professorship is designed as Qualification Professorship as per § 64 HHG. For the position the option for a tenured professorship after a successful tenure procedure is given.