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7 Ph.D. fellowships
in energy research: specifically in materials science, plasma physics, thermal energy
conversion, photovoltaics, nuclear waste management, modeling and numerical
simulations; in energy economics; and in climate research: specifically in
atmospheric physics and chemistry.

For their application candidates have the choice between 28 HITEC Ph.D. projects and 8 research fields: for details of projects and research fields as well as the online application go to www.hitec-graduate-school.de.

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 прочитанное сообщение Сообщение на английском  18.11.2014 17:23     Сообщение для модератора  Сообщение для куратора темы       Личное письмо  Отправить e-mail

Postdoctoral Position in Pathogen-induced Receptor Trafficking

The group of Silke Robatzek, currently located at the Sainsbury Laboratory, Norwich, and is looking for a postdoctoral researcher starting in January 2015. The postdoctoral researcher is expected to have a strong background in modern cell biology and biochemistry. Experience in plant-microbe interactions is a benefit. A suitable background is PhD in biochemistry and cell biology. For further information please contact Dr. Silke Robatzek (robatzek@TSL.ac.uk). This is a 12 months position initially, with the possibility of extension.
Salary will be within the UEA Research & Analogous staff Grade 7, at between £30,728 and £36,661 per annum and the appointment level will reflect the qualifications, skills, knowledge and achievements of the successful candidate.
Applicants should provide a CV, including the names and contact details of two referees, and a covering letter addressing the selection criteria. Please send formal applications, quoting the reference number below, either by e-mail to HR@tsl.ac.uk or by post to Kim Blanchflower, HR Manager, The Sainsbury Laboratory, The John Innes Centre, Norwich Research Park, Colney, Norwich NR4 7UH, UK.

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Postdoc Positon in Arbuscular Mycorrhiza Development

A Postdoc positon (income level German TVL E13) is available starting in January 2015 or later in the lab of Caroline Gutjahr at the Biocenter of the University of Munich (LMU), Germany.
We are looking for a strongly motivated candidate that should be intellectually independent, experimentally accurate and have good communication skills in English with demonstrated expertise in protein biochemistry and/or advanced imaging.
Please send your application including your CV, your list of publications, the names of two referees and a motivation letter stating why you are interested in the topic and why you would be the right candidate to make progress in the field by email to:
caroline.gutjahr@lmu.de
Applications will be accepted until a suitable candidate has been identified.

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Positions (PhD & Postdoc) available in quantitative
developmental Biology in Heidelberg (Germany)

The Maizel lab is offering positions for one PhD student and one Postdoc to study the morphogenesis of lateral organs in Arabidopsis thaliana using light sheet microscopy.
We are looking for highly motivated and talented developmental biologists interested in the quantitative analysis of morphogenesis. A strong background in molecular developmental biology and microscopy is essential. A prior experience in plant biology is a plus but not a prerequisite.
The Maizel lab is part of the Heidelberg Center for Organismal Studies, and of the Excellence Cluster CellNetworks of Heidelberg University. The campus hosts several other high profiles centers contributing to a lively, multi-disciplinary, and stimulating work environment.
For more informations on the positions see www.maizel-lab.org
To apply, submit a CV and a statement about your motivations to join the lab.
Contact:
Alexis Maizel
alexis.maizel@cos.uni-heidelberg.de

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International PhD Program in Plant Sciences – Plants for Life

The International PhD Program – Plants for Life, funded by the FCT – Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, invites applications for 6 scholarships , 3 national and 3 mixed (up to two years abroad), to start in March 2015.
Plants for Life associates five of the most recognized Plant Research Centers in Portugal (ITQB, FCUL, IBET, IGC, and INIAV) with three world-class Plant Research Centers in Europe (VIB-Plant Systems Biology-Ghent University, Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, The Sainsbury Laboratory at Cambridge University). These institutions promote basic research with a strong focus on translating scientific results into agricultural and industrial applications.
Plants for Life aims to train a prominent body of future top researchers in plant sciences able to address key biological questions related to plant growth and development, plant responses to environmental stress, and improvement of crop varieties and plant products.
The academic degree is awarded by Universidade Nova de Lisboa or Universidade de Lisboa. The research work will take place in laboratories of the associated institutions.

The call for applications is open between 5th November and 4th December 2014.

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 прочитанное сообщение Сообщение на английском  05.12.2014 20:28     Сообщение для модератора  Сообщение для куратора темы       Личное письмо  Отправить e-mail

PhD positions in Developmental Genetics and Cell Biology

Three PhD positions are available within the newly established laboratory to investigate how Arabidopsis and maize leaves acquire their three-dimensional shape and establish distinct cellular identities.

Positions are guaranteed for up to four years, dependent on a decision after an initial six-month probationary period. Funding will be approx. 1200 euros per month (after tax) dependent on previous experience and qualifications.

The successful candidates have an MSc or equivalent degree in Developmental Genetics or Plant Molecular Biology. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in molecular biology, microscopy, or computational biology.

Please send your application including motivation letter, curriculum vitae, and contact details of at least two referees as a single pdf to:
Prof. Marja Timmermans (timmerma@cshl.edu)

Alexander von Humboldt Professor
University of Tubingen
ZMBP - Developmental Genetics and Cell Biology
Auf der Morgenstelle 32
72076 Tubingen
Germany

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Postdoc positions in Developmental Genetics and Cell Biology

Two Postdoc positions are available within the new laboratory to investigate intercellular signaling during shoot apical meristem function and leaf patterning in maize and Arabidopsis.
- One project will investigate the role of calcium signaling in the regulation of stem cell identity and the specification of top-bottom leaf polarity.
- The second project addresses the role of small RNAs as novel intercellular signals and seeks to understand how differential loading of small RNAs into ARGONAUTE effector complexes contributes to these processes.

Positions are guaranteed for up to four years, dependent on a decision after an initial six-month probationary period.

The successful candidates have a PhD in Developmental Genetics or Plant Molecular Biology. Experience in molecular biology, genomics, or computational biology is highly advantageous.

Please send your application including motivation letter, curriculum vitae, and contact details of three referees as a single pdf to:
Prof. Marja Timmermans (timmerma@cshl.edu)

Alexander von Humboldt Professor
University of Tubingen
ZMBP - Developmental Genetics and Cell Biology
Auf der Morgenstelle 32
72076 Tubingen
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 прочитанное сообщение Сообщение на английском  12.12.2014 17:13     Сообщение для модератора  Сообщение для куратора темы       Личное письмо  Отправить e-mail

Postdoc Positions

1. Impact of the mTOR pathway on stem cell aging and regeneration
2. Aging induced impairments in protein trafficking control affecting muscle regeneration
3. Aging induced alterations in Ezrin driven peripheral nerve regeneration
4. Genes regulating hematopoietic stem cells quiescence and aging
5. Non-DDR functions of ATR/NBS1 in the maintenance of adult neurons

Eligible are qualified applicants that have just recently completed or are about to complete their MD or PhD in a biomedical related field with a high profile publication. Successful applicants will receive a fellowship for a period of three years in one of the five listed projects. The fellowship includes a salary according to German TV-L E13, health insurance and social insurance.
Application should electronically be submitted as a single PDF file to careers@fli-leibniz.de. A curriculum vitae including a short description of scientific achievements and future scientific endeavors are required. Please indicate your topic preference. Please arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent directly from the referees to careers@fli- leibniz.de.
Deadline of application: January 18th, 2015; the earliest starting date is March 1st 2015; the latest starting date is July 1st 2015.

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 прочитанное сообщение 17.12.2014 23:28     Сообщение для модератора  Сообщение для куратора темы       Личное письмо  Отправить e-mail

Открыт набор на стипендию Президента Академии Наук КНР CAS-TWAS 2015 года (PHD-программа)
Как и раньше, подаваться можно в любой институт Академии Наук КНР. Сумма стипендии - 8 тысяч юаней (по нынешнему "рыночному" курсу - без малого 80 тысяч рублей "на руки"), цены (продукты, проживание и пр.) гораздо ниже европейских.
Кроме того, произошло очевидно положительное с точки зрения имиджа стипендии изменение: это больше не стипендия для студентов из развивающихся стран, ограничения по странам-участникам сняты.
Ссылка на call for application: http://english.ucas.ac.cn/Lists/Announceme...ncements%2Easpx
Ссылка на application guide
http://english.ucas.ac.cn/Lists/Announceme...orm.aspx?ID=167

подробнее: http://ru-nauka.livejournal.com/229854.html
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 прочитанное сообщение Сообщение на английском  12.01.2015 15:39     Сообщение для модератора  Сообщение для куратора темы       Личное письмо  Отправить e-mail

A Ph. D position in Molecular Cell Biology & Genetics at the TUM (Technische Universitat Munchen), Germany

The focus of research is on the regulation of protein sorting at the trans-Golgi network in the context of cytokinesis, the partitioning of the cytoplasm following nuclear division.
Experimental plan integrates molecular genetics, physiology, biochemistry, proteomics, computational and cell biological methods, including super-resolution confocal live imaging microscopy and focused ion beam/scanning electron microscopy, to address trans-Golgi network structure and function.

Application: Please mail a cv (including contact information for two references), transcript of records and motivation letter to farhah@wzw.tum.de.

Homepage: http://www.botanik.wzw.tum.de/index.php?id=15

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 прочитанное сообщение Сообщение на английском  13.01.2015 13:11     Сообщение для модератора  Сообщение для куратора темы       Личное письмо  Отправить e-mail

PhD position in plant molecular genetics with a focus on epigenetics and chromatin biology

The position is open to an enthusiastic individual with a solid background in molecular biology, genetics or biochemistry. Candidates with strong interest in epigenetics, chromatin and epigenomics are especially encouraged to apply.
The position is associated with the research group of Lars Hennig at the Department of Plant Biology at the Swedish Agricultural University in Uppsala.
Applications, including (1) CV, (2) a description of research experiences, (3) a statement of scientific interests as well as (4) contact information of two to three referees should be submitted by e-mail to Lars.Hennig@slu.se.

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 прочитанное сообщение Сообщение на английском  19.01.2015 15:53     Сообщение для модератора  Сообщение для куратора темы       Личное письмо  Отправить e-mail

The International PhD program in Protein Biotechnology

List of open PhD research projects sorted by department:

Department of Applied Genetics and Cell Biology
Isolation and functional characterization of Nicotiana benthamiana serine proteinases involved in the degradation of recombinant proteins
Mannose 6−phosphorylation of lysosomal enzymes in glycoengineered Nicotiana benthamiana plants
Immunoglobulin E (IgE) and glycosylation
Generation of N. benthamiana devoid of paucimannosidic N−glycan structures
Structural assessment of recombinant proteins in endogenous and ectopic storage organelles
Development of a seed-based strategy for the design of a mucosal vaccine against S. pneumoniae

Department of Biotechnology
New algorithms for predicting microRNA-mRNA interactions based on RISC-IP experiments
Non−coding RNAs in CHO cells and their contribution to genome stability and process−relevant phenotypes
Insect cell surface display libraries for selection of integrin-binding human antibodies
Generation and presentation of membrane protein targets using influenza virus−like particles
Nsun5 methylates rRNA: ‘specialized’ ribosomes in stress resistance and aging
Extracellular vesicle trafficking in aging
Protein aggregation and conformational change of proteins on free surfaces and pore walls
Partitioning of virus-like particles and protein superstructures in charged hydrogels
Understanding and controlling the expression of recombinant oligomeric immunoglobulins
Generation of a novel host cell line by combining the strengths of recombinase−mediated cassette exchange with BAC expression vectors
Metabolic limitations of protein producing yeasts
Characterization and engineering of microbial methanol metabolism

Department of Chemistry
How universal are O-glycosylation sites for mammals, yeasts and plants?
Enzymatic isotope−labeling of O-glycans for improved tumor biomarker analysis
Biochemistry of invertebrate peroxidasins
Divergent evolution of the CDE superfamily − analysis of the structural and functional relationship between chlorite dismutases and dye-decolorizing peroxidases
Re−engineering of protein O−glycosylation in insect cells
Characterisation of unusual glycosyltransferases from lower eukaryotes

Department of Food Science and Technology
Recreation of ancestral members of the GMC family of FAD-dependent oxidoreductases
Structure⁄function relationships in the electron transfer reactions of cellobiose dehydrogenase

Department of Material Sciences and Process Engineering
Dynamics of cellobiose dehydrogenase
Modelling and simulations of glycosylated proteins

The deadline for receipt of completed Application and Evaluation Forms including all enclosures is 12.02.2015

More information https://biotop.boku.ac.at/
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 прочитанное сообщение Сообщение на английском  20.01.2015 13:44     Сообщение для модератора  Сообщение для куратора темы       Личное письмо  Отправить e-mail

Postdoctoral position in the field of Brassinosteroid signaling in stem cell development

Centre for Reseach in Agricultural Genomics, BARCELONA, Spain
Website http://www.cragenomica.es/research-groups/...ant-development
Location: CRAG, Campus Universtitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain
Deadline for the application: January 30, 2015

We are seeking for motivated researchers with experience in genetics and imaging to investigate the role of plant steroids hormones brassinsoteroids in stem cell development. The candidate should hold a PhD degree in Biology or Physics and have at least one peer-reviewed publication as a first author. Three positions are offered through the co-funded postdoctoral positions now available from the Catalan Government (AGAUR) and the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (MINECO).
Successful candidates will have access to research facilities, expert technical support and international collaborations.

Interested candidates should contact directly:
Ana I. Caño-Delgado
ana.cano@cragenomica.es
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 прочитанное сообщение Сообщение на английском  28.01.2015 12:48     Сообщение для модератора  Сообщение для куратора темы       Личное письмо  Отправить e-mail

PhD student in Bioinformatics
The Comparative & Integrative Genomics lab of the Department Plant Biotechnology & Bioinformatics (Ghent University) – Plant Systems Biology (VIB), is currently looking for a PhD student in Bioinformatics

To work on an research project focusing on Plant Regulatory Genomics

Our mission
Our objective is to extract biological knowledge from large-scale experimental data sets using data integration, comparative sequence and expression analysis, and network exploration. We try to identify new aspects of genome biology, especially in the area of gene function prediction, gene regulation and evolutionary biology.

Job description
-tackle specific research questions about gene regulation through the integration of experimental -omics data types (e.g. RNA-Seq and ChIP-Seq) and computational biology methods
-develop and apply automatic data processing routines as well as comparative genomics methods to infer regulatory networks across different plant species
-scientific research towards a PhD degree (4 year period) in the framework of a FWO funded research project
-work in close collaboration with colleague PhD students
-requirement of attending and presenting your work at international scientific meetings
-publish in peer-reviewed international journals

Your profile
-you have a master in Bioinformatics, Computer Science, or a degree of Bioscience engineering
-you are enthusiastic about scientific research and have a strong interest in computer science, genomics and biology
-you are familiar with Linux/Unix and have knowledge of Python, Perl or Java
-you have good communication & writing skills
-you are proficient in English
-you are a pro-active team player

Apply for the job
Please apply through the VIB website. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

People without any experience in genomics and computer science/bioinformatics or lacking good English communication skills will not be retained.
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 прочитанное сообщение Сообщение на английском  24.02.2015 11:45     Сообщение для модератора  Сообщение для куратора темы       Личное письмо  Отправить e-mail

Postdoctoral Position in Plant Biology at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

A postdoctoral position in plant biology is available in the Lippman Group at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. The project integrates classical and quantitative genetics with genomics and bioinformatics to investigate genes and regulatory networks underlying flowering and inflorescence production and architecture in the Solanaceae family using tomato as a foundation*. The available position is to replace members of the project that have recently accepted faculty positions.

A Ph.D. in plant biology or genetics is required, and experience in bioinformatics is desirable. Experience in developmental biology is also a plus. Applicants should be highly motivated, creative, enthusiastic, and prepared to enter an intellectually challenging environment. Excellent communication skills are expected and a strong publication record is a plus.

To apply, please send a single PDF document to lippman@cshl.edu including:
1) a cover letter describing your interest in this position, previous experience, and summary of research accomplishments
2) your CV
3) the names of three referees

*
Park, S.J., Jiang, K., Tal,Y., Yichie, Y., Gar,O., Zamir, D., Lippman, Z.B., (2014) Optimization of crop productivity in tomato using induced mutations in the florigen pathway. Nat. Genet. 46(12):1337-42.

Park, SJ, Eshed, Y, Lippman, ZB, (2014). Meristem maturation and inflorescence architecture - lessons from the Solanaceae. Curr Opin Plant Biol 17: 70-77.

Brooks, C., Nekrasov,V†., Lippman, Z.B. †, and Van Eck, J†. (2014) Efficient gene editing in tomato in the first generation using the CRISPR/Cas9 system. Plant Physiology 166(3):1292-7.

MacAlister, C. A., Park, S.J., Jiang, K., Marcel, F., Bendahmane, A., Izkovich, Y., Eshed Y., Lippman, Z.B. (2012) Synchronization of the flowering transition by the tomato TERMINATING FLOWER gene. Nat. Genet. 44(12): 1393–1398.

http://lippmanlab.labsites.cshl.edu
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 прочитанное сообщение Сообщение на английском  24.02.2015 11:47     Сообщение для модератора  Сообщение для куратора темы       Личное письмо  Отправить e-mail

Dear colleagues and friends,

There is an INRA permanent position currently opened in my lab. This a fully-tenured position for a promising junior researcher willing to develop is project in collaboration with my team. Candidates are expected to have a strong expertise in quantitative imaging and/or modeling.

The deadline for application is coming very fast: March 2 2015.
I would really appreciate if you could help me in identifying strong candidates for this position.

More information can be found on the following link:
http://jobs.inra.fr/en/offers/emploi_perm/...ce_id=3#annonce

And by contacting me.

Thanks in advance.
Best,
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Dear all,

The Director of the Institute of Plant Genetics of the Polish Academy of Sciences opens a competition for 2 positions of SENIOR RESEARCHERS at the Department of Integrative Plant Biology. We are looking for specialists in
1) large scale transcriptomics and 2) plant phenomics, biometry and imaging software development.
More info: http://www.igr.poznan.pl/pl/bio-talent/job-vacancies

Many thanks in advance.
Best regards,
ERA Chairs BIO-TALENT project
The creation of the Department of Integrative Plant Biology
http://www.igr.poznan.pl/pl/bio-talent

Anna Stachowiak-Szrejbrowska, PhD
BIO-TALENT Administrative Manager
biotalent@igr.poznan.pl
asta@igr.poznan.pl
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The Institute of Plant Biology and Biotechnology (Faculty of Biology) invites applications for a postdoctoral researcher with experience in the field of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry. Salary Level 100% E13 TV-L
The position is available starting at the earliest date possible for a two-year period with the possibility of extension. Currently the regular full employment time is 39 hours and 50 minutes per week.

In his/her research the selected candidate will study the role of post-translational modifications in the regulation of organellar functions and signalling in higher plants (see Hartl and Finkemeier, 2012, Frontiers in Plant Science). As a plant model system mainly Arabidopsis thaliana is used. Furthermore, the applicant will be involved in teaching and supervision of students (teaching assignment is 4 SWS).

Applicants must hold a PhD degree in Protein Biochemistry and have experience with the analysis of post-translational modifications and protein interactions. Experience in the statistical analysis of large biological datasets is required. Experience with work on plants is a prerequisite. Additionally, the successful applicant is expected to be self-motivated and team oriented. Strong communication and organizational skills are expected.

The University of Münster is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to increasing the proportion of women academics. Consequently, we actively encourage applications by women.

Female candidates with equivalent qualifications and academic achievements will be preferentially considered within the framework of the legal possibilities. We also welcome applications from candidates with severe disabilities. Physically challenged candidates with equivalent qualifications will be preferentially considered.
Applicants are requested to send a full CV, list of publication, a statement of interest and the contact information of two referees addressed to Dr. Iris Finkemeier and as a single PDF file by 16th of March.

Please send your application by E-mail to: anna.humpohl@uni-muenster.de
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Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Plant Speciation Genomics)

• 2 years fixed-term, full-time
• $75,717 Salary to $81,196 Salary per annum (Level A)
• Plus up to 17% employer superannuation contribution. Optional salary packaging is available.

School of Environmental & Rural Science The University of New England, as Australia's oldest regional university, has a long history of excellence in research across many major fields of study, including Ecology and Botany. The School of Environmental and Rural Science is home to the N.C.W. Beadle Herbarium and has strengths in animal and plant genetics, and evolutionary biology.

We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral researcher to fill an ARC Discovery-funded postdoctoral position. The project will involve whole-genome shotgun equencing of many individuals across 10 woodland Eucalyptus species. This widespread genus of Australian trees includes several hybridising species that co-occur in woodlands across large portions of Eastern Australia, offering an unusual degree of replication for studying comparative landscape genomics and the role of interspecific gene flow in local adaptation. A second aim of the proposal is landscape genomic association studies on thousands of trees to identify environmentally adaptive loci. A third aim will be to validate adaptive loci segregating in hybrid progeny by growing seedlings in climate chambers
phenotyping stress response with plant phenomics.

To be considered for this position applicants must have a PhD in Evolutionary Genetics, Genomics or a related area, with an excellent research record relative to opportunity, including articles in high quality, peer–reviewed journals. In addition the successful applicant will have research experience in population genomics, admixture analysis and/or landscape genomics.
This is a full-time fixed-term position available for 2 years, with the possibility of further appointment, subject to the availability of funding. The successful candidate will be expected to participate actively in the School and to interact with undergraduate and postgraduate students in the research group.

The research fellow will join Dr Rose Andrew’s research group at UNE, which conducts genomeenabled research on adaptation and speciation in a range of organisms (e.g. orchids, sunflowers, feral cats). This project is a collaboration with Professor Justin Borevitz at the Australian National University, who specialises in plant genomics for climate adaptation and high-throughput phenotyping.

Informal enquiries may be directed to Dr Rose Andrew, phone: +61 2 6773 3160 or email rose.andrew@une.edu.au.
To find out more about the school visit: https://www.une.edu.au/aboutune/academic-sc...d-rural-science About UNE and Armidale

Closing Date: 15 March 2015

Applicants must provide a response to each of the selection criteria contained in the position
statement www.une.edu.au/jobs-at-une
Equity principles underpin all UNE policies and procedures.

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Investigation of plant secondary metabolite regulons crucial in plant–microbe interactions

We are looking for experienced Postdocs applying for this position with their own research ideas. The position aims to identify regulons for secondary metabolites such as glucosinolates and terpenes which are important for plantmicrobe interactions. The future objective of CEPLAS research area D is to transfer such regulons as synthetic modules into plants in order to gain sustainable crop production.
Applicants are requested to send their project proposal together with the application documents!

Requirements
Two-year Post-doctoral experience in the field of plant biology or plant-microbe interactions, experience in plant physiology, molecular biology techniques, and knowledge of plant secondary metabolite identification are highly desirable.
Experience in working within scientific teams, scientific expertise and publications in international journals, capability to work independently and goal-oriented, knowledge of English in writing and speaking.

Ulf-Ingo Flügge, University of Cologne
Stan Kopriva, University of Cologne
http://www.uni-koeln.de/math-natfak/botani.../HOME/index.htm
http://www.botanik.uni-koeln.de/ag_kopriva.html

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Skoltech invites MSc students to apply for program in Biomedical Science and Technology

Skoltech M.Sc. fellowship program in Biomedical Science and Technology begins August 2015. Applications are due on or before June 1, 2015 (international students) or June 15, 2015 (Russian citizens).

We are looking for up to 15 highly motivated individuals who have obtained a BSc by the time of enrolment. Our broad English-language curriculum includes lectures and seminars in the life sciences and extensive hands-on training in brand new molecular biology and bioinformatics teaching laboratories.
In the first year we offer a curriculum of advanced lecture courses and seminars while students identify their research topics. During the second year of the program, students complete individual research projects leading to a master thesis under the supervision of Skoltech faculty from the Skoltech Center of Research, Education and Innovation in Data-Intensive Biomedicine and Biotechnology.

Graduates of the program will obtain a unique skill set that will enable them to excel in research and innovation in academia or industry. Exceptional students have the opportunity to enter the Skoltech Ph.D. program. Visit our website for more information - http://www.skoltech.ru/en/admissions/msc-p...and-technology/

Learn how to apply - https://youtu.be/jo2WP3nFfGs
Apply here - http://apply.skoltech.ru/


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PhD position at the IBMP in Strasbourg

Analysis of small RNA-regulated genes playing a role during virus invasion in plants

The team of Manfred Heinlein at the IBMP (http://www.ibmp.fr) in Strasbourg is seeking a highly motivated PhD candidate with a strong interest in RNA silencing and plant:virus interactions.
The PhD thesis will be incorporated into the ongoing Plant Knowledge-Based Bio-Economy (Plant-KBBE)
Project «Genes and Mutants Affecting Virus Infection in Rapeseed (GAMAVIR)». This project is coordinated by M. Heinlein and performed in collaboration with international experts in Germany and Spain.
The Heinlein team is international and the laboratory language is English. The IBMP is the largest center dedicated to Plant Molecular Biology in France. It has staffed core facilities for DNA sequencing, protein production, qRT-PCR, bioimaging, proteomics, and metabolomics and it hosts numerous international PhD students and postdoctoral fellows.
For applications and further information please write to manfred.heinlein@ibmp-cnrs.unistra.fr.

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International PhD program in Plant Sciences - Plants for Life

Deadline - 15 September 2015

The international PhD Program Plants for Life aims to train a prominent body of future world-class researchers in plant sciences able to address key biological questions related to plant growth and development, to plant responses to environmental stress and to the improvement of crop varieties and plant products.

The PhD Program Plants for Life associates five of the most recognized plant research centers in Portugal (ITQB, IBET, IGC, INIAV, and FCUL) with three world-class research centers in Europe (VIB-Plant Systems Biology-Gent Univ.; Max Planck Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, and The Sainsbury Laboratory Cambridge University).
More than twenty research laboratories from ITQB, FCUL, IBET, IGC, INIAV, MPI-PP, SLCU, and VIB-PSB are associated with the Plants for Life PhD Program.
Students can select their PhD supervisor among these laboratories. Each PhD supervisor can only accept one student per year.

Educational background: Applicants with a background in agronomical and biological sciences or areas that interface with these are encouraged to apply to the PlantsforLife PhD Program.

Academic qualification: The graduation record of the applicants should be strong and meet one of the following requirements:

a) hold a Masters degree or legal equivalent;
b) hold a Bachelor’s degree with a total number of academic credits equal or above 240 (pre-Bologna degrees);
c) exceptionally, hold a Bachelor’s degree with a total number of academic credits below 240 (post-Bologna degrees) and an academic or scientific curriculum vitae of outstanding quality recognized by the Directive Board of the PhD Program.

A good knowledge of English is absolutely required and, although not mandatory, applicants should support the candidature with scores of internationally valid language exams (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS).

Admission criteria are verified by analysis of a written application that should include the following documents received prior to the deadline:

a) Curriculum vitae including personal and educational information (degrees, grades obtained, courses attended, research experience) and publications, if any;
b) Personal statement including a description of scientific interests and career goals and reasons for applying to the Program;
c) Detailed documentation of the academic record including certified copies of Diplomas/Certificates of relevant examinations (e.g. Bachelor's or Master's degree) in Portuguese or English or official academic transcripts in one of these languages;
d) Two reference letters are strictly required and must be submitted online by the referees. Contact information of two referees must be provided by the applicant.

For more in formation follow the link http://www.itqb.unl.pt/education/phd-plantsforlife
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PhD fellowship

Food allergen detection in milk

As national reference laboratory for allergens and in the framework of the FOD health, food chain safety and environment project ALLERSENS, ILVO aims to development a mass spectrometric strategy to detect allergens in processed food. In particular this part of the project will focus on the detection of milk allergens.

Co-operation: ILVO-UZ Gent-VIB
ILVO: Technology and Food Science Unit (Prof. Marc De Loose, dr. Christof Van Poucke)
UZ Gent: Allergy network (Prof. Phillippe Gevaert)
VIB: Medical Biotechnology Center, UGent (Prof. Kris Gevaert)

When: August 2015 – August/September 2019
Who may apply: Master of Science (chemistry, (bio) engineering,…), Master of Pharmaceutical
Sciences, Master in Biomedical Sciences, …
Where: Melle – Merelbeke, Belgium

The project aims to identify a set of targetproteins/peptides that are stable during food processing and deliver information on the link between allergenicity and food processing. The identification of the stable peptides will be based on in house High Resolution Mass Spectrometry (HRMS) analysis of food matrices with the allergenic ingredient mentioned above that have undergone different processing steps. This project is part of a larger project in collaboration with the CER Groupe Marloie and the University of Namur where the final goal is to develop a multi allergen (milk, egg, hazelnut, peanut) LC-MS/MS method, which could serve as a golden standard for industry to evaluate existing and alternative detection methods: ELISA, flow cytometry, real-time PCR and droplet PCR.

For more information about or if you are interested to apply for this project please contact ASAP:
Marc De Loose, marc.deloose@ilvo.vlaanderen.be, +32 (0)9 272 28 42
Christof Van Poucke, christof.vanpoucke@ilvo.vlaanderen.be, +32 (0)9 272 30 64
Kris Gevaert, kris.gevaert@vib-ugent.be, +32 (0)9 264 92 74

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PhD position Plant Ecophysiology/Molecular Plant Physiology, UU

Job description
The successful applicant will work as a PhD student on an NWO-funded project entitled ‘Understanding responses to simultaneously and sequentially occurring abiotic stresses typical of climate change in rice and Arabidopsis.’ This project involves a consortium of partners from Dutch and Indian universities. The selected candidate will work at Utrecht University on the Arabidopsis part of the project in close collaboration with a post-doc specializing in structural-functional plant modelling based at Wageningen University. He/she will also extensively collaborate with the Indian consortium members including a PhD and postdoc working on the rice aspect of the project.

Qualifications
An M.Sc in the area of experimental plant sciences;
A strong background in genetic and molecular techniques, whole plant physiology and phenotyping;
Excellent English oral, written and presentation skills.

Offer
The candidate is offered a full time position for one year with an extension for a further three years if the evaluation is positive.
The salary is supplemented with a holiday bonus of 8% and an end-of-year bonus of 8,3% per year. In addition we offer: a pension scheme, a partially paid parental leave, flexible employment conditions. Conditions are based on the Collective Labour Agreement Dutch Universities. The research group will provide the candidate with necessary support on all aspects of the project. More information is available on the website.
The gross salary is in the range between € 2.125,- and € 2.717,-

Additional information
Additional information about the vacancy can be obtained from: dr. R. Sasidharan, +31 30 2536838 or r.sasidharan@uu.nl and dr. M. van Zanten, m.vanzanten@uu.nl phone +31 30 2533111.

Apply
To apply please attach a letter of motivation, curriculum vitae including your publication list, a copy of the highest academic degree certificate, a list of courses (including marks) followed during your BSc and MSc programmes and (email) addresses of two academic referees.

Application deadline is September 30, 2015

More information and application http://ssl1.peoplexs.com/Peoplexs22/Candid...catureID=753950
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Two postdoctoral positions available NOW in the Osbourn laboratory at the John Innes Centre

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Scientist in the group of Professor Anne Osbourn in the Department of Metabolic Biology to work on a synthetic biology project involving finding and exploiting new plant natural product pathways using synthetic biology approaches. The successful candidate will join a team at JIC working on plant natural products - function, synthesis, mechanisms of metabolic diversification - and will focus on the prediction, reconstruction and engineering of operon-like natural product pathways from diverse plant species using a rapid plant-based transient expression platform. The successful applicant will have excellent skills in molecular biology, biochemistry and natural product research. Experience of purification and structural analysis of terpenes will be advantageous. Experience of synthetic biology DNA assembly methods and bioinformatics is desirable but not essential. Further details of this project and the laboratory can be found at:
https://www.jic.ac.uk/training-careers/vaca...entist-1002930/

Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral Scientist in the group of Professor Anne Osbourn in the Department of Metabolic Biology to investigate the regulation of plant metabolic gene clusters and to design, evaluate and optimise the behaviour of synthetic gene clusters. The successful candidate will join a team at JIC working on plant-derived natural products (function, synthesis, mechanisms of metabolic diversification, metabolic engineering) and plant synthetic biology, and will work on regulation of gene and cluster expression and development of synthetic clusters for designer plant traits. Further details of this project and the laboratory can be found at:
https://www.jic.ac.uk/training-careers/vaca...entist-1002931/
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Postdoctoral position available
UV-B Perception and Signalling
University of Geneva, Switzerland

Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position to study the molecular mechanisms of UV-B perception and signalling. Our group has a strong interest in early UV-B photoreceptor-mediated events regulating UV-B-induced photomorphogenesis and acclimation in plants (for more information on our group please see http://biveg.unige.ch/labs/ulm and selected key publications listed below).

We are looking for talented, promising new team members. The successful candidate is highly motivated, has a strong interest in photobiology and demonstrated expertise in molecular biology, biochemistry or related (first author publication). Previous substantial experience with molecular techniques is essential.

Please send a single PDF file, including curriculum vitae, copies of most recent diplomas, motivation letter and contact details of 2-3 references by e-mail to Roman Ulm (roman.ulm@unige.ch).

Review of applications will begin immediately and applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
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Postdoctoral fellowships University of Queensland Brisbane, Australia

The university of Queensland is offering postdoctoral fellowships for  young scientists with strong scientific potential who were awarded a PhD after 1 August 2010.
Appointments are for 3 years with a ~$80,000 AUD salary and possibility of relocation help.
Interested candidates please contact Jimmy Botella (j.botella@uq.edu.au)
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A 24-month post-doctoral position funded by the French National Research Agency (ANR) is available starting February 2016 at the Institute for Integrative Biology of the Cell (www.i2bc.parissaclay.fr), located in the outskirts of Paris (France).

We are looking for a highly motivated post-doctoral scientist to study the networks of K63 polyubiquitination and identify new roles associated with this poorly-characterized posttranslational modification in the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana. The successful candidate should be able to work independently and co-operatively within a team. An expertise in molecular genetics, genomics, biochemistry and cell biology is highly recommended. He/she must have published
articles in top ranking scientific journals. Knowledge of the French language is not required.

Candidates should send a brief summary of research experience, a CV, a list of publications, and names and e-mail addresses of three references to Gregory Vert (Gregory.Vert@i2bc.parissaclay.fr).

Review of applications will begin immediately and will close on October 12th.
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Maternity cover for an algal research scientist

Applications are invited for an 8 month maternity cover for an algal research scientist. As our company is expanding there would be opportunities to continue in a new role after the eight month period has expired.

Algenuity is an algal biotech company in central Bedfordshire (United Kingdom). You will be employed as a research scientist in a laboratory that performs cutting edge molecular research for both customers and internal use.

The successful candidate will meet the following requirements:
 A PhD in in the plant, algae, fungal or bacterial field
 Able to start January 2016
 Be able to coordinate with technicians and other members of the scientific team
 Background in genomics/genetics/molecular biology
 Willing to learn a wide variety of techniques
 Eligibility to work in the UK
 Fluent in English

Desirable experience:
 Biotechnological experience in Nannochloropsis, Chlamydomonas or Phaeodactylum
 Genetic transformation techniques for hard to transform or non-model organisms
 Experience in metabolic engineering
 Knowledgeable in sterol and/or terpenoid biosynthesis pathways
 Proven track record of publications

Applicants should submit a Curriculum Vitae (max. 2 pages) and cover letter (max 1 page) to jcp@algenuity.com before 15 October 2015.
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The department of Biochemistry (The Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology) invites talented and highly motivated candidates to apply for a full-time Postdoctoral position starting as soon as possible. The position will last for two years initially, with the option for a one-year extension.

Requirements: Postdoctoral candidates should have a PhD in life sciences and some initial publications in the field of plant biochemistry or plant physiology. Experiences and good experimental skills in molecular biology and genetics as well as knowledge about plant secondary metabolism are an advantage.

The deadline for applications is October 31, 2015.

Please send your application as a single PDF document including a detailed CV, list of publications, two references, letter of motivation and research interests via e-mail to Dr. Tobias G. Köllner: koellner@ice.mpg.de

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PhD Research Fellowship in Population Genomics/genetics (Oslo)

The fellowship will be for a period of 3 years, with no compulsory work. Starting date from 01.01.2016 and no later than 01.03.2016.

The successful candidate will work within the project “MARine MAnagement and Ecosystem Dynamics under climate change (MARmaED)” (www.marmaed.eu) an Innovative Training Network funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action (The European Union's Horizon 2020) under grant agreement No 675997 for the period 2015-2019. MARmaED is an international and interdisciplinary network that unifies specific and complementary competences in marine sciences from Norway, Finland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Germany and France to investigate how the cumulative stress from biodiversity loss, climate change and harvesting will affect Europe’s complex marine systems and the consequences for optimal resource management. The project’s main aim is to investigate how combined anthropogenic and climatic changes affect different harvested ecosystems (terrestrial, freshwater, and marine – particularly, but not only, in Arctic regions) and how management strategies can be improved to ensure sustainable exploitation and resilience. MARmaED will provide salary for 15 PhD projects.

Salary:

Position code 1017, Pay grade: 50 - 57 (NOK 430 500– 492 700 per year)

The application must include:

Application letter including a statement of interest, briefly summarizing your scientific work and interests and describing how you fit the description of the person we seek
CV (summarizing education, positions, pedagogical experience, administrative experience and other qualifying activity)
Copies of educational certificates, transcript of records and letters of recommendation
Documentation of English proficiency http://www.mn.uio.no/english/research/doct...quirements.html
If applies, a complete list of publications and unpublished works, and up to 5 academic work that applicant wishes to be considered by the evaluation committee
Names and contact details of 2-3 references (name, relation to candidate, e-mail and telephone number)

http://uio.easycruit.com/vacancy/1523323/96871?iso=gb
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Post-doc position

Dear colleagues,

I'm looking for a motivated post-doc to join my team at IJPB/INRA Versailles. I would appreciate if you could forward this offer to potential candidates.
This is a five-years project beginning early 2016. The initial post-doc contract will be for three years.

Keywords: Meiosis, recombination, genetic screen, Arabidopsis, crossover interference.

Skills: Genetics (mapping, recombination analysis, arabidopsis mutant analysis...), molecular genetics, Microscopy (Cytogenetics)

Recent publication of the team on the subject of meiotic recombination: Seguela et al PNAS 2015; Girard et al Plos Genetics 2015, NAR 2014; Duroc et al Plos Genetics 2014, Crismani, Portemer et al, Plos Genetics 2013; Crismani et al, Science 2012.
More publications of the team : https://scholar.google.fr/citations?hl=fr&u...&sortby=pubdate

Don't hesitate to contact me for further details.

Best wishes

Raphael Mercier

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Raphael Mercier
INRA Institut Jean-Pierre Bourgin
Batiment 7.
+33 (0) 1 30 83 39 89
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Mechanical stress and the Lateral Root Initiation Network in Arabidopsis: Patterning under Pressure.

A fundamental question in biology is how stem cells are specified and maintained. The Plant Developmental Biology group has extensive experience in the identification and analysis of stem cell factors in plants (http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/Expertise-Services/Chair-groups/PlantSciences/Plant-Developmental-Biology.htm).
For this project, the group will collaborate extensively with Dr. J. Vermeer in Zurich. Within the project, formation of lateral roots by an interaction between local signalling molecules, physical stresses and transcription factors will be analysed using gene editing, genomics and cell biology approaches. This work is expected to yield novel insights into the generation of root architecture, a key determinant of plant yield and resistance.

The candidate for this 4-year PhD position is enthusiastic and motivated, and preferably experienced in molecular biology, developmental biology.
genomics approaches, and microscopy. She/he will work in a multidisciplinary and international team, possesses excellent communication skills in English,
has strong science-driven curiosity paired to a practice-oriented attitude, and is a result-driven team player.

The position is full-time (38 hours/week), initially for 1 year after which a go/no-go decision will be taken on extension with another three years. The
gross salary in the first year is 2125 eur per month rising to 2717 eur in the fourth year for a full-time appointment. The salary will not be less than the
amounts specified for early stage researchers in the MSCA Innovative Training Network grant rules.

Contact information:
Prof. Dr. Ben Scheres (ben.scheres@wur.nl)
Prof. Dr. Joop Vermeer (joop.vermeer@botinst.uzh.ch)

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Aaron Turkewitz from the University of Chicago, is looking for a postdoc who would be interested to work on optimizing transformation effiencies in diatoms. Tentative starting date is January 2016.
http://mgcb.bsd.uchicago.edu/faculty/turkewitz/
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PhD Position in Plant Immunity:
Secreted plant peptides to fight pathogens in agriculture and medicine

The project offers excellent opportunities for the PhD student, who will be placed at
The Sainsbury Laboratory, Norwich and trained in a wide range of state-of-the-art
technologies, which are widely applicable to modern plant science. Through the
collaboration with Prof Barrie Wilkinson at the John Innes Centre, the PhD student
will gain experience in microbiology. All training will be embedded in the Doctoral
Training Programme at the Norwich Research Park. Ultimately, the PhD student will
know about plant-microbe interactions, state-of-the-art laboratory technologies and
develop intellectual independency. Please contact Prof Silke Robatzek
(robatzek@tsl.ac.uk) for further information and see
http://biodtp.norwichresearchpark.ac.uk/pr...ail/project/222 to which
applications should be submitted.
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Postdoctoral Position in Stomatal Immune Signalling

We are seeking to recruit a postdoctoral researcher, starting in January 2016 who will be studying key molecular components of stomatal immune signalling and their interaction with abiotic stress and subcellular transport regulation. The postdoctoral researcher is expected to have a strong background in modern molecular biology, genetics and biochemistry. Experience in plant-microbe interactions and cell biology is a benefit. A suitable background is a PhD in genetics and cell biology. For further information please contact Dr. Silke Robatzek (Robatzek@TSL.ac.uk). This is a 2-year position initially with possibility for extension.
Salary will be withinthe UEA Research & Analogous staff Grade 7, at between £31,342 and £37,394 per annum and the appointment level will reflect the qualifications, skills, knowledge and achievements of the successful candidate.
Applicants should provide a CV, including the names and contact details of two referees, and a covering letter addressing the selection criteria.
Applications may be submitted online using the ‘Apply’button below. Alternatively, applications may be submitted by email to HR@TSL.ac.uk or by post to Kim Blanchflower, HR Manager, The Sainsbury Laboratory, Norwich ResearchPark, Norwich NR4 7UH, UK. Please quote the reference Ref: SRSTOM01/2015 if applying by email or post.
Closing Date 15 Nov 2015
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Postdoctoral position: genetic basis of diatom behavioral responses

Background
Many pennate diatoms are motile and respond to a wide range of external stimuli by alterations in movement rate, and/or by displaying tactic or phobic responses. Typically diatom populations are genetically highly diverse and display significant phenotypic plasticity in their response to environmental cues. However, very little is known about the genetic mechanisms contributing to behavioral responses to such stimuli in natural populations. Environmental changes challenge organisms and drive adaptation to new conditions, suggesting that natural biodiversity may be a source of adaptive alleles acting through phenotypic plasticity and/or micro-evolution. Two approaches are commonly used. First, crosses between strains differing for a given trait allow to disentangle genetic and environmental components. Another way to discover adaptive alleles is to survey large ecotype collections and to use association genetics to identify loci of interest. Both of these two genetic approaches are based on the use of biodiversity and may eventually help us in identifying the genes that diatoms use to respond to a range of external stimuli.


PostDoc Project
Within the context of an interdisciplinary project to discover the genetic basis of diatom life history we have defined a project that is open to a PostDoc researcher for the duration of two years, and can possibly be extended to three years.

This project has two objectives:
Firstly, the candidate helps to develop a high throughput platform to monitor behavioral responses in the model diatom Seminavis robusta.
Secondly, the candidate uses a combined GWAS and QTL mapping approach to identify genes underlying the response to infochemicals.


Profile of candidate
The work in the project will have both an extensive experimental as well as a strong statistical character. Therefore, a good working knowledge of quan¬titative genetics as well as experience with/interest in working with cultures will be impor¬tant. Candidates should have a PhD degree in Biology, Bio-engineering, Plant Breeding, Quantitative Genetics, Evolu¬tionary Biology or related fields.
Candidates should be able to work in a multi-disci¬plinary team that contains biologists, statisticians, bioinforma¬ticians, geneticists, molecular biologists and chemists. Fluent English and good communication skills, oral and in writing, are essential.

Applications
Can be sent to Wim Vyverman at
Wim.Vyverman@ugent.be before November 30, 2015.
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Postdoc position available in quantitative developmental Biology in Heidelberg (Germany)

The Maizel lab is looking for a Postdoc to study the morphogenesis of lateral organs in Arabidopsis thaliana using light sheet microscopy.
We are looking for highly motivated and talented developmental biologists interested in the quantitative analysis of morphogenesis. A strong background in
molecular developmental biology and microscopy is essential. A prior experience in plant biology is a plus but not a prerequisite.
The Maizel lab is part of the Heidelberg Centre for Organismal Studies, and of the Excellence Cluster CellNetworks of Heidelberg University. The campus hosts several other high profiles centres contributing to a lively, multi-disciplinary, and stimulating work environment.
For more informations on the positions see www.maizel-lab.org
To apply, submit a CV and a statement about your motivations to join the lab.
Contact:
Alexis Maizel
alexis.maizel@cos.uni-heidelberg.d
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The University of Potsdam, Faculty of Science Institute of Biochemistry and Biology, Plant Physiology offers Ph.D. Position in Plant Cell Biology

Exact project start is negotiable, but should not be later than April 2016. The hours of work per week for the position amount to 26 hours. The position is limited to three years. The Salary Scale is 13 TVL (Area east). Contracts are time-limited according to § 2 Abs. 1 Academic Fixed-Term Contract Law (WissZeitVG).

Project Description
One Ph.D position is open in the lab of Dr. Michael Sauer on the topic of vacuolar protein transport in plants. The project aims to elucidate in detail a novel transport pathway which relies on the accessory protein MODIFIED TRANSPORT TO THE VACUOLE (MTV1) for vesicle generation at the trans-Golgi network. Preliminary evidence shows that the MTV1 pathway is unique to plants and is related to par-ticular physiological conditions. The work will molecularly and physiologically define this novel pathway using state of the art genetic, microscopic and biochemical methods. Because of the unique properties of the MTV1 pathway and its strict conservation within the plant kingdom, its in-depth characterization will yield im-portant insights into plant vacuolar transport and, moreover, give novel molecular details about the general process of vesicle generation.

Qualifications
• A MSc (or equivalent) degree in molecular biology or a closely related disci-pline.
• Ideally, the candidate already has some background in plant cell biology.
• Previous experience with the plant model Arabidopsis thaliana and experience with fluorescence microscopy and/or protein-protein interaction is considered a plus.
• Proficiency in English is required, German language skills are welcome, but not strictly required.

We offer
An exciting, well established Ph.D. project covering an interesting mix of methods in a young emerging team embedded in a striving scientific environment.

References
Sauer et al. (2013) MTV1 and MTV4 encode plant-specific ENTH and ARF GAP proteins that mediate Clathrin-dependent trafficking of vacuolar cargo from the trans-Golgi network. The Plant Cell 25: 2217–2235.
Zouhar and Sauer (2014) Helping hands for budding prospects: ENTH/ANTH/VHS accessory proteins in endocytosis, vacuolar transport, and secretion. The Plant Cell 26: 4232–4244.

The University of Potsdam strives to increase the proportion of women in research and teaching and specifically encourages female applicants to apply for this posi-tion. Handicapped applicants will be given preference in case of equal suitability. People with an immigration background are specificially encouraged to apply.

If you find the topic interesting and want to become part of our team, please send your application to michael.sauer@uni-potsdam.de. Please include a brief letter of motivation, your CV and contact data for two academic references, preferentially as a single pdf file. Deadline for application is the 30th of November 2015. If you have questions or would like further information, please don’t hesitate to contact me, Email: Michel.sauer@uni-potsdam.de.
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The Institute of Science and Technology Austria (IST Austria) is looking for highly qualified candidates from all over the world to apply for our ISTScholar PhD program. We offer fully-funded PhD positions in the natural and mathematical sciences in a world-class research environment on the outskirts of Vienna.

Our PhD program is characterized by innovative training with a special focus on interdisciplinarity, close mentoring by outstanding faculty within small research groups, and access to first-rate facilities. Students spend the first year completing coursework and rotations before choosing a thesis group and passing the qualifying exam. Our PhD graduates have gone on to top positions in academia and industry all over the world.

Students with a bachelor’s or master’s degree in biology, neuroscience, mathematics, computer science, physics, and related areas are encouraged to apply. We offer internationally competitive salaries co-funded by an EU Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant, full health benefits, and on-campus housing in the first year. The program is conducted entirely in English.

For more information about the ISTScholar PhD program and application process, as well as faculty profiles, please visit our website at http://ist.ac.at/graduate-school, or come to our Student Open Day on November 20th: register at: http://ist.ac.at/studentopenday

The deadline for PhD applications is January 8th 2016 for a start date in September 2016.
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My professional is based on bioactive peptides and peptide synthesis, so I was wondering what I should take as my career.
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Postdoctoral Research Associate in Synthetic Manipulation of Transport

Salary: Grade 6 £27,328 - £30,738 / Grade 7 £33,574 - £37,768 per annum

A BBSRC-funded post is available with Prof. Mike Blatt for research to develop novel ion transport activities affecting stomatal homeostasis and photosynthesis. The project is funded initially for two years. Prior experience in one or more techniques, including molecular genetics, cell biology, and/or electrophysiology will be an advantage.

Informal enquiries to Prof. Blatt [phone (+44 (0)141) 330-4771 or (+44 (0)789) 907-4182; email Michael.Blatt@glasgow.ac.uk] are strongly encouraged prior to application.

Apply at http://www.gla.ac.uk/about/jobs/ under vacancy number 012510 Laboratory websites www.gla.ac.uk/researchinstitutes/biology/staff/michaelblatt/ and
www.psrg.org.uk

Closing date: 13th March 2016

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Postdoctoral Position

Small RNAs as mobile signals in Plant Development

Center for Plant Molecular Biology, University of Tubingen, Germany

The position is available immediately
Duration: Up to 4 years, including an initial nine-months probationary period

The project addresses the role of small RNAs as intercellular signals in shoot apical meristem function and leaf patterning in maize and Arabidopsis.
Specifically, it seeks to understand how differential loading of small RNAs into ARGONAUTE effector complexes contributes to these processes. Techniques used include classical and molecular genetics, biochemistry, microscopy, and other advanced developmental biology approaches.
Requirements PhD in Developmental Genetics or Plant Molecular Biology. A strong background in cell biology, biochemistry, or maize genetics is highly advantageous.

Application:
A single PDF that includes curriculum vitae, motivation letter and contact details of three referees.
Deadline:
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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Open PhD student position for 3 years (ITN Marie Curie)
PicoQuant Innovations GmbH, Berlin (Germany) has an open position in cooperation with the School for Neurosciences and Molecular Biosciences of the University of Göttingen (Germany) for an Early Stage Researcher (ESR) to pursue a PhD degree funded for a period of 36 months in Berlin.
The project entitled
Advanced BiomEdical OPTICAL Imaging and Data Analysis (BE OPTICAL) provides a unique opportunity for an ESR to carry out a PhD research project on advanced super-resolution microscopy, including exploring novel technical aspects of super-resolution optical imaging, new strategies for stimulated emission depletion (STED) or light sheet microscopy, based on pulsed excitation and nanosecond
time-resolved detection.
The joint European research project BE OPTICAL comprises 7 academic groups and 2 non-academic partners, bringing together an interdisciplinary team of physicists, engineers, and medical doctors with complementary expertise in optical imaging, nanotechnology, computer science, complex systems, and data analysis.
PicoQuant, is a leading company in the field of pulsed diode lasers, time-resolved data acquisition, single photon counting, and fluorescence instrumentation. PicoQuants R&D department hosts an interdisciplinary team of physicists, chemists, biologists, designers, as well as software, electronic and mechanical engineers working on state-of-the-art technology that has been co-developed and tested by renowned researchers. The other nonacademic partner is an internationally recognized ophthalmology clinic, with the most advanced technology and expertise in ocular diseases.
Place of Work
The Early Stage Researcher will be registered as a PhD student at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (http://www.uni-goettingen.de/) and employed at PicoQuant Innovations GmbH (www.picoquant.com). The ESR will be enrolled in and follow the PhD program of the Graduate School for Neurosciences and Molecular Biosciences (University of Göttingen) while the research work will be carried out in PicoQuants R&D department
in Berlin. The ESR will be supervised by Prof. Dr. Jörg Enderlein (University of Göttingen) and Dr. Marcelle Koenig (PicoQuant).
Requirements
Your research project will include exploring the following subjects:
• Technical aspects of advanced super-resolution optical imaging
• Advancing the state-of-the-art in stimulated emission depletion (STED) microscopy
• Comparison with other super-resolution microscopy techniques (e.g., SOFI)
• Screening and characterization of suitable fluorescent labels for analysis of cellular processes
• Optical microscopy and fluorescence spectroscopy methods for the exploration of novel multiplexing strategies based on pulsed excitation and nanosecond time-resolved detection The applicant is required to satisfy the eligibility criteria for ITN-ETN Early Stage Researchers:
• Must be within the first four years (full-time equivalent) of their research career and not have a doctoral degree
• Must not have resided or carried out their main activity (work, studies, etc.) in Germany for more than 12 months in the three years prior to recruitment
The candidate is also expected to provide the following skills and qualifications:
• A Master of Science (or equivalent) in Physics, Biophysics, or Chemistry; preferentially with experience in fluorescence microscopy and/or spectroscopy
• Interest in working on scientific as well as technical subjects and participating in interdisciplinary collaborations
• Good German and excellent English language skills (both written and oral)
Should you be interested, send us your full application (letter of motivation, CV, copy of Master's degree certificate (or equivalent), a statement of your research interests, experience and skills, and contact information for at least two references) with the reference number #686 to: jobs@picoquant.com

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Postdoc in plant molecular genetics with a focus on epigenetics and chromatin biology

We are looking for highly motivated individuals to join our ongoing research projects on chromatin function and epigenetics in plants. We study regulation of flowering time and stress physiology. Our projects focus on the function of Polycomb Group proteins and other chromatin modifying protein complexes. Polycomb Group proteins are major regulators of cell fate and differentiation and have been implicated in tumor formation in animals. We use forward genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology and genomics approaches to uncover the molecular mechanisms by which chromatin states affect gene expression and establish cellular identity. Our approaches involve diverse technologies ranging from transcriptome and epigenome profiling by next generation sequencing to mass spectrometry.

The position is open to an enthusiastic individual with a solid background in biochemistry, molecular biology or genetics. Candidates with strong interest in epigenetics, chromatin and epigenomics are especially encouraged to apply.
The position is associated with the research group of Lars Hennig at the Department of Plant Biology at the Swedish Agricultural University in Uppsala. The department offers a creative and stimulating international environment. Plant science is particularly strong in Uppsala and coordinated in the Linnean Center for Plant Biology. In addition, the Evolutionary Biology Centre and other institutes at Uppsala University make unique expertise locally available. With the Science for Life Laboratories in Uppsala and Stockholm we have access to most advanced technology platforms for genomics, proteomics, bioimaging and chemical biology.

Uppsala, Sweden’s fourth largest city, has two universities and with 35’000 students a very lively student atmosphere. Stockholm, the Venice-of-the-North, is not far away – it takes only 40 minutes by train. Stockholm international airport is also close by, 20 minutes by train from Uppsala, and has frequent connections to many international destinations.

Applications, including (1) CV, (2) a description of research experiences, (3) a statement of scientific interests as well as (4) contact information of two to three referees should be submitted by e-mail to Lars.Hennig@slu.se.

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Talents Across Borders: Invitation for Applications

Bayer Fellowship | EUR 350,000 for talents in LifeScience, Chemistry and Medicine


Dear Fellows and Friends of Bayer Foundation:

The application window for the Bayer Fellowship 2016/2017 is open.

· We are looking for enthusiastic students who seek financial support to go abroad or to come to Germany for a study project in LifeScience, Chemistry, Medicine/Health related fields.

· We offer individual financial support for self-organized study or research projects for a period of up-to 12 months, e.g. PhD/MD or Master Thesis, laboratory internship, or “horizon-enhancing” study assignments.

· Applications are now being accepted until July 18, 2016 via online application.

· Please find a program advertisement package attached and more information here.

Please share this opportunity with any student group or individual talent who might be interested to apply!
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OPEN POSITION FOR 1 PHD-STUDENT
The VIB Department of Plant Systems Biology (PSB) is a world-leading plant science institute located at the heart of a renowned Plant Biotech campus in Ghent, Belgium. Please visit us at www.psb.ugent.be for more information.

The Jacobs Lab at PSB will start its activities on September 1st 2016 and is looking to recruit 1 PhD student funded by PSB. The lab is focused on the development and optimization of genome editing in
plant systems, primarily with the use of CRISPR. Recent and ongoing developments of CRISPR technologies allow for precise control of a variety of biological processes. The lab will be focused on
developing and implementing CRISPR systems for a variety of model and crop plant species.

The ease with which new CRISPR targets can be designed and synthesized allows for high-throughput genetic assays. This enables the rapid generation of combinatorial mutant lines that can be used in genetic screens as well as other assays. Research in the lab will also include the development of such high-throughput systems.

The selected candidate will be involved with establishing genome editing protocols as well as independent research developing or enhancing genome editing capabilities. We are looking for talented
and self-motivated candidates with experience in plant molecular biology and transformation. A publication record in peer-reviewed journals and/or expertise in these areas is an asset.
We offer an internationally competitive package and access to state-of-the-art infrastructure and services.

Please submit your application, CV, a one-page letter of intent describing how your research experiences and interests are aligned with those of the lab, and the names and contact details of three
references to Dr. Thomas Jacobs (email: tbj26@cornell.edu).

Deadline: The position is available from September 19th, 2016 and applications will be considered until the position has been filled.
The Dept. of Plant Systems Biology belongs to the Flanders Institute for Biotechnology (VIB) and the Ghent University (UGent), both equal opportunity employers.
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Postdoc position in Umea Plant Science Centre (UPSC), Stephanie Robert’s group

Characterization of novel molecular components involved in Arabidopsis development

Most organisms integrate environmental and endogenous stimuli via various signaling pathways that induce developmental responses. This is especially important in plants because of their sessile life style and their capacity to grow continuously and adapt their architecture according to the environmental conditions.
The long-term goal of our research is to understand the signaling mechanisms regulating plant growth and development (http://www.upsc.se/researchers/4647-stephanierobert-molecular-mechanisms-of-cell-elongation.html#publications).

The first phase of this project has already been performed - by applying an innovative chemical genomic strategy; some novel small molecules have been identified as potential growth regulators modulating plant development. Several mutants resistant to the effect of one of the molecule have been selected, and the mutations identified. As the continuation of the project, the candidate postdoc fellow will aim at characterizing the functional role of novel molecular actors involved in specific developmental processes.
This project will be greatly benefited by the complementary knowledge and research experience already present at the Umeå Plant Science Centre (http://www.upsc.se).
The proposed work is likely to reveal compelling new insights at the forefront of signaling processes in plant.

Qualifications: The position is of two years duration (one + one) and is available from now. Applicants require a doctoral degree in molecular biology or a closely related discipline. Furthermore, applicants should be proficient in English and should have the ability to work independently as well as in collaboration with others.
Place of work: Umeå, Sweden
Contact: Applications including CV, description of research experience and contact details for two references should be sent to Dr. Stephanie Robert: Stephanie.Robert@slu.se
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Two 4-years 100% funded PhD positions at Stockholm University - the deadline to apply to either or both position is on the 30th of June 2017.

Position A on lignin formation - http://www.su.se/english/about/vacancies/v...=job&rmjob=3080

Position B on microtubule guidance of cell wall - http://www.su.se/english/about/vacancies/v...=3075&rmlang=UK

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