PostDoc on Computational Proteomics

Posted 04 Feb 2022

University Medical Center Mainz

Germany (Post Doc)

https://www.unimedizin-mainz.de/index.php?id=240&L...


The group of Prof. Dr. Stefan Tenzer located at the University Medical Center Mainz is looking for a PostDoc on Computational Proteomics. You may visit our Core Facility homepage and our group's homepage to get further information.

*Your tasks include: *

  • Bioinformatic support of the integrated proteomics and lipidomics platform of the DFG-funded priority programme “SPP2225 EXIT Strategies
  • Host cell exit of intracellular pathogens” in evaluating quantitative proteomic data sets. For further information regarding the platform, please visit the SPP2225 homepage
  • Development and implementation of new approaches for the analysis of mass spectrometric data (e.g. visualization, alignment, peak detection) Optimization and further development of methods and algorithms for quantitative proteomics

Your profile:

  • Completed studies and PhD in bioinformatics, computational biology, computer science, or any other related natural science
  • Extensive experience in the field of computational biology, bioinformatics, algorithm development
  • Ideally experience in the field of evaluation of mass spectrometric data and quantitative proteome analysis
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills and organisational talent
  • High motivation, work self-dependently and high flexibility
  • Very good English skills

We offer:

  • The position is initially limited to 2 years
  • Stimulating, diverse and international research environment
  • Flexible working hours and advanced training opportunities
  • Competitive salary (E13) and health care benefits according to the company-based tariff agreement
  • Childcare (kindergarten)
  • Job ticket

Perks

Competitive salary (E13) and health care benefits according to the company-based tariff agreement

How to Apply

If you are interested in the position, please directly get in touch with Prof. Dr. Stefan Tenzer (tenzer[at]uni-mainz.de).