We are setting up our team and we are looking for students and scientists with diverse backgrounds. Interested graduate students, postdocs, physicians, technicians, and undergraduates are welcome to inquiry for positions. We use live cell imaging, single cell approaches, genomic tools,
theoretical methods from physics and mathematical models to understand how cells respond to anti-cancer treatment. Regardless of your education, we are looking for people who are motivated to learn and develop new tools to tackle tough research problems with their feet in basic science and a perspective on future cancer treatments.
MSc Students and internship students
We offer a diverse, supportive and collaborative research environment in a top cancer research institute. There are many opportunities for you to gain training in both single-cell experimental, computational and theoretical skills. As your advisor Adrian’s role is to help you work towards your research and career goals, regardless if you are in the lab for a very short internship or a 3-year stay. Joining the lab is a training opportunity for you and we will work together to make the best out of it.
We are part of the Charité Comprehensive Cancer Center (CCCC), which is supported by the German Cancer Aid as a center of excellence in oncology and is the first oncological center certified through the German Cancer Society. The lab is located in the center of Berlin at the main campus of Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, one of Europe’s largest university hospitals.
More information and applications (including complete CV and motivation letter) per email to: firstname.lastname@example.org