DIMOVA LAB

Biomembranes and more

Open positions for PhD or Postdoctoral fellowship in our group

Applications from students looking for a Master thesis project are also welcome.

PhD positions via the International Max Planck research School (IMPRS):

Bacterial mimetic systems for the study of bacterial inactivation and infection (project description; link for applying)

Controlling transmembrane transport by light (project description; link for applying)

Hybridization of cells and vesicles: a pathway to synthetic biology (project description; link for applying)

Control of membrane organization by septins (project description; link for applying)

Understanding protein-protein interactions on model membranes (project description; link for applying)


Applications from motivated, intelligent and hard-working students and postdoctoral fellows are very welcome.  Feel free to send your application even if an open position is not announced below, especially if your background and achievements are well suited to the research of our group. Please note that the members of my group are required to possess good communication and interaction skills. Even if a position is available, poorly written, obscure, and mass-mailed applications are not likely to be considered. To apply for an open position, please, e-mail your application  including your CV, publication list and contact information of your previous supervisors. For PhD applicants, a record of your university grades is required as well. Interested graduate and undergraduate students should feel free to contact members of the lab.


For MSc students looking for a project:

Please sent an e-mail including your CV and university grades


Address (link for directions; Google map location):

Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces

Department of Theory and Bio-Systems

Science Park Golm

14424 Potsdam

Germany

Tel.: 49-331-567-9615 (office) / 9627 (lab)

Fax.: 49-331-567-9612

Email: dimova(at)mpikg.mpg.de

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Last modified: 04-Jan-19 1:35:11 PM

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