Are you an ambitious candidate looking for a postdoc position? Would you like to work on the molecular basis of Notch receptor signaling and downstream transcription factors, which link it to other pathways, in both angiogenesis and tumour growth? Then this is the position for you.
The overall aims of the project you will be working on are to uncover new signal transduction mechanisms, and to identify and characterize novel inhibitors of these processes. We take a multidisciplinary approach including high throughput chemical screens, genetics, (bio)chemistry, cell biology, zebrafish/mouse models and mathematics/bioinformatics. As a postdoc, you will have a leading role in research projects. Thus, you will also supervise other researchers and PhD candidates and take the lead in research projects. You will also publish your results in high-impact scientific journals and present your findings at (inter)national conferences.
You hold a PhD in (bio)chemistry or molecular cell biology. You have expertise in biochemistry and multiple years of experience. Experience with animal models is desirable. You are highly motivated with proven research abilities and an excellent publication record. Furthermore, you are willing and able to work both independently and also collaboratively as part of a team. You are also capable of having a leading role in research projects and supervise other (PhD) researchers. If you recognize yourself in this profile description, we look forward to seeing your application.