IMB (www.imb.de) is a centre for basic research on the campus of Mainz University, Germany. Our research focuses on the biology of the nucleus, ranging from the molecular to the organismic level. Within the IMB Postdoc Programme (IPPro), we are recruiting new postdocs.
We are looking for a highly-motivated researcher with experience in bioinformatics and statistics and with a proven track record in analysis of omics data sets. Experience with analysis of next-generation sequencing data and/or high-content microscopy data is desired. You will join an internationally competitive research group and contribute to cutting-edge projects funded by an ERC Starting Grant. You will be responsible for analysis of a wide range of data sets, including next-generation sequencing and proteomics data, genome-wide genetic screens and deep mutational scanning.
Declaration of consent and data protection: By sending us your application, you consent to us saving your personal data in order to carry out the selection process. You can find more information on data protection and retention periods at www.imb.de/jobs/datenschutzerklaerung-data-protection.
What we offer:
- Cutting-edge research projects in a fully international and interdisciplinary environment, with English as our working language
- Support by strong core facilities (www.imb.de/core-facilities) that provide state-of-the-art services in bioinformatics & AI, cytometry, genomics (e.g. single-cell & small-RNA-Seq), microscopy (e.g. super-resolution & high-throughput confocal imaging), proteomics, protein production, and a full media lab service
- Advanced training in scientific techniques and professional skills
- Active support as your career develops, e.g. with mentorship, successful networking, and acquisition of independent grants
- Fully funded positions
For information about the application procedure and requirements, and for the online application form please visit www.imb.de/postdocs. Please apply only via the online form provided on our webpage, until 9 January 2020 at 12:00 noon (CET).