The Unit for Cell Death and Inflammation (UCDI) of Prof. Peter Vandenabeele has currently a job opening for a highly motivated postdoctoral scientist with research experience in autophagy and cell death and inflammation.
The project is part of the iBOF ATLANTIS consortium (Autophagy in inflammation and inflammatory disorders, from basic insights to experimental therapy). ATLANTIS brings together scientists from 3 Flemish universities with complementary expertise in the fields of autophagy, cell death, inflammation, angiogenesis and drug screening/medicinal chemistry.
The successful candidate will be responsible for studying mechanisms of MLKL in cell death and inflammation or beyond. We have performed a crispr/cas suppressor screening on the regulation of MLKL activity and found several nuclear proteins. (“Unraveling necroptotic-independent functions of MLKL in EC homeostasis and EC related diseases through the generation of new MLKL mouse models and cellular drug screening”).
The applicant should be highly motivated and passionate about driving and performing research and associated laboratory tasks and be able to work independently. The person will collaborate with PhD students and technicians to increase the impact of the research efforts. The position can be started any time between now and October 1.