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  • #216
    Jana Laláková
    Jana Laláková
    Keymaster

    V tejto teme zoskupujeme vsetky ponuky PhD, postdokov, vedeckych pracovnikov… s posobenim mimo Slovenska. Ak o niecom viete, pridajte ju sem 🙂

    #217
    Jana Laláková
    Jana Laláková
    Keymaster

    Postnute od Silvia Polakova:

    Ak by mal niekto zaujem o takuto ponuku napiste Dr Lydie Jeux…

    I’m Dr Lydie Jeux, Head of research projects for Elvesys Microfluidic Innovation Center.

    Maybe you or one of your team member would be interested by a post-doc opportunity in Paris related to microfluidics, biology and lab on chip. We are looking for post doc candidates to submit with us a prestigious Marie Curie Individual Fellowship application.

    This fellowship, a 2 years post-doctoral contract with ~4200 euros gross salary (~3300 euros net salary), would lead to perform cutting-edge research in a young innovative French company in Paris while being trained to business and entrepreneurship.

    If you think some researchers around you could be interested by this opportunity, feel free to forward it to them or to your University department.

    Kind regards,

    Lydie JEUX, PhD
    Head of research projects at Elvesys Microfluidic Innovation Center
    83 avenue Philippe Auguste
    75011 Paris
    Tel: +0033(0)184163802

    #218
    Jana Laláková
    Jana Laláková
    Keymaster

    Postnute od Peter Both:
    Biocatalysts has a job vacancy for a ‘New Product Development Scientist’ based in Nantgarw, Cardiff.

    Biocatalysts is a customised enzyme discovery, development and manufacturing company based in the UK, with a subsidiary in Illinois, USA. They work with their customers, many of which are the top blue chip food companies, to provide unique enzyme solutions that will help them solve process problems, valorise waste, facilitate a biochemical reaction or deliver competitive advantage through using a unique product.

    Due to their on-going commitment to expanding their product portfolio which is central to accelerating their growth, they have created a new opportunity for a New Product Development (NPD) Scientist to become part of their highly motivated New Product Development Team.

    You must have either a degree in molecular biology or biochemistry along with extensive practical (laboratory) experience in molecular cloning, bioinformatics, fermentation including recombinant protein expression, and protein characterisation.

    For more information see:
    http://www.biocatalysts.com/vacancies/

    #219
    Jana Laláková
    Jana Laláková
    Keymaster
    #220
    Jana Laláková
    Jana Laláková
    Keymaster

    Postnute od Viera Kovacova:

    Hladaju sa 2 PhD. (synteticka biologia a proteomika) studenti do Kolnu.

    The research group “Synthetic Biochemistry“ of Dr. Michael Lammers at the Cologne Cluster of Excellence: Cellular Stress Responses in Aging-Associated Diseases (CECAD) of Cologne University has the following position available:

    PhD Student Position (50% German TV-L E13)

    Proteomics:
    Lysine acylation in cellular regulation, aging and disease

    Institution information: Cologne Cluster of Excellence: Cellular Stress Responses in Aging-Associated Diseases (CECAD), CECAD Research Center, University of Cologne, Joseph- Stelzmann-Str. 26, 50931 Cologne, Germany

    Location: CECAD is located in the vibrant city of Cologne and forms a focal point of aging research in Europe bringing together international researchers at the University of Cologne with researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Aging.

    Our Group: Our group applies a combined synthetic biological, biochemical, cell biological and biophysical methodology, including X-ray crystallography to unravel how protein function is regulated by post-translational lysine acylation. Lysine acetylation was discovered in 1964 by Vincent Allfrey to occur on histones. Nearly three decades later it turned out that the yeast enzyme Sir2 has an NAD+-dependent deacetylase activity. Sirtuins are implicated in regulation of lifespan and healthy aging and do play protective roles in the development of severe diseases such as metabolic and neurodegenerative disorders and cancer.

    Thousands of lysine acylation sites have been found in the proteome of diverse organisms by quantitative mass-spectrometry. Notably, less than 1% of these lysine acylation events were functionally characterised so far. One of the major challenges in the acylation research field is to select the biologically important sites. We want to understand how lysine acylation affects protein function in a systemic approach. We will determine the stoichiometry of lysine acylation by mass spectrometry (in CECAD proteomics facility) comparing the proteomes derived from healthy an disease states. These studies will reveal how lysine acylation patterns are altered under disease conditions and how it contributes to disease development. This will enable the development of novel therapeutic approaches.

    Qualifications: Candidates should hold a Master of Science or diploma degree in biochemistry, biology or related areas with solid background in molecular biology and experience in biochemistry and cell biology. Experience in mass spectrometry is desirable but not essential. Applicants should be enthusiastic for scientific research, they should be motivated and creative. We expect good communication skills, fluent English and the ability for teamwork.

    The position: Initially available for two years with the possibility to extend.

    For more information: http://lammers.cecad-labs.uni-koeln.de/Home.449.0.html
    How to Apply: Please send your CV, letter of intent, names and addresses of three references as single PDF to michael.lammers@uni-koeln.de

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    The research group “Synthetic Biochemistry“ of Dr. Michael Lammers at the Cologne Cluster of Excellence: Cellular Stress Responses in Aging-Associated Diseases (CECAD) of Cologne University has the following position available:

    PhD Student Position (50% German TV-L E13)

    Synthetic Biology:

    Lysine acylation in cellular regulation, aging and disease

    Institution information: Cologne Cluster of Excellence: Cellular Stress Responses in Aging-Associated Diseases (CECAD), CECAD Research Center, University of Cologne, Joseph- Stelzmann-Str. 26, D-50931 Cologne, Germany

    Location: CECAD is located in the vibrant city of Cologne and forms a focal point of aging research in Europe bringing together international researchers of Cologne University with researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Aging.

    Our Group: Our group applies a combined synthetic biological, biochemical, cell biological and biophysical methodology, including X-ray crystallography to unravel how protein function is regulated by post-translational lysine acylation. Lysine acetylation was discovered in 1964 by Vincent Allfrey to occur on histones. Nearly three decades later it turned out that the yeast enzyme Sir2 has an NAD+-dependent deacetylase activity. Sirtuins are implicated in regulation of lifespan and healthy aging and do play protective roles in the development of severe diseases such as neurodegenerative diseases as well as cancer.
    Recently, it was shown that lysine side chains are targeted by diverse acylations. Palmitoylation and succinylation at lysine side chains might exert mechanistically different regulatory roles compared to lysine acetylation. We use a synthetic biological approach to site-specifically incorporate different lysine acylations into proteins to obtain pure, homogenously acylated proteins in yields sufficient to conduct biophysical studies including X-ray crystallography. Using these proteins we will structurally characterise lysine deacetylase full-length substrate complexes. So far, structures of deacylases are only known for complexes with acylated peptides. The results will clarify the molecular determinants of deacylase specificity and will support the development of novel deacylase inhibitors for therapeutic approaches.

    Qualifications: Candidates should hold a Master of Science or diploma degree in biochemistry, biology or related areas with a solid background in molecular biology and biochemistry. Experience in protein purification and structural biology is desirable but not essential. Applicants should be enthusiastic for scientific research, they should be be motivated and creative. We expect good communication skills, fluent English and the ability for teamwork.

    The position: Initially available for two years with the possibility to extend.

    For more information: http://lammers.cecad-labs.uni-koeln.de/Home.449.0.html

    How to Apply: Please send your CV, letter of intent, names and addresses of three references as single PDF to michael.lammers@uni-koeln.de

    #221
    Jana Laláková
    Jana Laláková
    Keymaster

    Postnute od Marek Bartosovic:

    Davam do pozornosti stranku KI jobs. Ja som si osobne nasiel poziciu cez inzerat na stranke. Mozno to pre niekoho moze posluzit aspon ako inspiracia…:)

    http://ki.se/en/about/jobs-at-karolinska-institutet-0

    #423
    Pavlína Gregorová
    Pavlína Gregorová
    Účastník (Participant)
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