Research and own qualification within a collaborative project between the Genomics Unit of the Institute of Genome Biology at the Leibniz-FBN and the University of Hohenheim funded by the German Research Council (DFG Forschergruppe P-Fowl). Within an interdisciplinary project we will address the molecular pathways and endocrine determinants of the phosphorus metabolism in quails and laying hens. Therefore we will analyze the differential gene expression at the background of different genotypes and phenotypes using Next-Generation-Sequencing (NGS) techniques and bioinformatics tools. The project aims to improve the efficiency of phosphorus use in animal breeding in order to save this valuable resource and to reduce the environmental impact caused by phosphates.
– Master degree, diploma, or an analogous degree in biology, physiology, animal science or related fields
– High motivation and willingness to learn new techniques and approaches in metabolic physiology and molecular biology
– Ability to work in an international team
– Willingness to work with domestics as well as marine animals
– Ability to plan, organize and conduct independent research
– Fluency in English (oral and written) and strong communication skills
Deadline for application is 31 August 2019
Interested candidates should submit a letter of application (single pdf‐file preferred) including the reference number, experience and reasons for interest in the position, current curriculum vitae and academic record, addresses of two referees and copies of relevant documents either via post to:
Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology
Verwaltung (St.nr. 2019-18)
18196 Dummerstorf, Germany
or via e-mail to: email@example.com
For more detailed information please contact Prof. Inna Sokolova (firstname.lastname@example.org) or
PD Dr. Siriluck Wimmers (email@example.com).
If you need help in making this application, please write your question in the comment box below.
If you need to receive similar opportunities like this one, please follow this blog by pressing the follow button in the upper right corner of this page.