Several faculty positions in Berlin

January 13, 2011 § Leave a comment

Three positions are available at the Max Delbruck Center for Molecular Medicine and Humboldt University: a Full Professorship for Systems Biology of Gene Regulation, an Associate Professorship for Computational Biology, and an Independent Junior Group Leader position in Systems Biology.  Alex Loewer from the Lahav Lab will be starting his lab at the Max Delbruck Center shortly, so the people there obviously have great taste.  Details below the fold.

The MAX DELBRÜCK CENTER FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE (MDC) BERLIN-BUCH and the HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITY invite applications for the following positions:

Full Professorship for Systems Biology of Gene Regulation
(Bes.Gr. W3, Reg.-no. 10204/2010)

The MDC is a biomedical research institute dedicated to interdisciplinary research in the areas of (i) Cardiovascular and Metabolic diseases, (ii) Cancer, and (iii) Function and Dysfunction of Nervous System. The institute is a member of the Helmholtz Association of National Research Centers, supported by the Federal Government of Germany and the Senate of Berlin.

The MDC is expanding in the area of Systems Biology, through the Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology (BIMSB), with high-level recruitments and state-of-the-art scientific technology platforms for genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics and proteomics.

For the Full Professorship (W3) in Systems Biology of Gene Regulation we are seeking applications from outstanding individuals with an international reputation for conducting research towards a quantitative understanding of cellular regulatory processes and networks. The BIMSB is interested in applicants using experimental biological systems which are amenable to high-throughput methods for example fly, fish, worm, yeast and others.

Successful candidates for either position will conduct visionary independent research and engage in the further development of the BIMSB and collaborative projects with research institutions in Berlin and beyond and will be jointly appointed by the MDC and the HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITY. Laboratory space and funds will be provided by the MDC.

Applicants for either position are expected to have a Habilitation or equivalent scientific achievements and teaching qualifications (as per § 100 Berlin Higher Education Act – BerlHG). Knowledge of the German language is not required.

The HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITY and the MDC are equal opportunity employers committed to excellence through diversity. Applications of women are explicitly encouraged.

For further information about the MDC/BIMSB and the HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITY please visit our websites http://www.mdc-berlin.de and http://www.hu-berlin.de. For enquiries about the positions, please contact Nikolaus Rajewsky (rajewsky@mdc-berlin.de).

Electronic applications (in one pdf file, maximum size 1 MB) should be sent to Nadine Ewald (nadine.ewald@mdc-berlin.de). Application materials will not be returned. Therefore, you are requested to send only copies of all documents.

Applications should be sent by February 22, 2011, including the specification of the reference number, curriculum vitae, list of publications, an outline of present and future research plans and other relevant material to:

MAX DELBRÜCK CENTER FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE
Prof. Walter Rosenthal • Scientific Director
Robert-Rössle-Str. 10 • 13125 Berlin / Germany

Associate Professorship for Computational Biology
(Bes.Gr. W2, Reg.-no. 10203/2010)

The MDC is a biomedical research institute dedicated to interdisciplinary research in the areas of (i) Cardiovascular and Metabolic diseases, (ii) Cancer, and (iii) Function and Dysfunction of Nervous System. The institute is a member of the Helmholtz Association of National Research Centers, supported by the Federal Government of Germany and the Senate of Berlin.

The MDC is expanding in the area of Systems Biology, through the Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology (BIMSB), with high-level recruitments and state-of-the-art scientific technology platforms for genomics, transcriptomics, metabolomics and proteomics.

For the Associate Professorship (W2) for Computational Biology we are seeking applications from outstanding individuals with an international reputation in Systems Biology, who develop and apply computational approaches to understand the biology of gene regulation in eukaryotic organisms. Their aim should be to decipher the complex regulatory networks of transcription and translation by analyzing and modeling data from diverse sources of information (e.g. deep sequencing, image analysis).

Successful candidates for either position will conduct visionary independent research and engage in the further development of the BIMSB and collaborative projects with research institutions in Berlin and beyond and will be jointly appointed by the MDC and the HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITY. Laboratory space and funds will be provided by the MDC.

Applicants for either position are expected to have a Habilitation or equivalent scientific achievements and teaching qualifications (as per § 100 Berlin Higher Education Act – BerlHG). Knowledge of the German language is not required.

The HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITY and the MDC are equal opportunity employers committed to excellence through diversity. Applications of women are explicitly encouraged.

For further information about the MDC/BIMSB and the HUMBOLDT UNIVERSITY please visit our websites http://www.mdc-berlin.de and http://www.hu-berlin.de. For enquiries about the positions, please contact Nikolaus Rajewsky (rajewsky@mdc-berlin.de).

Electronic applications (in one pdf file, maximum size 1 MB) should be sent to Nadine Ewald (nadine.ewald@mdc-berlin.de). Application materials will not be returned. Therefore, you are requested to send only copies of all documents.

Applications should be sent by February 22, 2011, including the specification of the reference number, curriculum vitae, list of publications, an outline of present and future research plans and other relevant material to:

MAX DELBRÜCK CENTER FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE
Prof. Walter Rosenthal • Scientific Director
Robert-Rössle-Str. 10 • 13125 Berlin / Germany

Independent Junior Group Leader in Systems Biology
(Reg.-no. 10202/2010)

The MDC is a biomedical research institute dedicated to interdisciplinary research in the areas of (i) Cardiovascular and Metabolic diseases, (ii) Cancer and (iii) Function and Dysfunction of Nervous System. The institute is a member of the Helmholtz Association of National Research Centers, supported by the Federal Government of Germany and the Senate of Berlin. The MDC is committed to expanding its impact in the field of Systems Biology and started the Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology (BIMSB). The BIMSB is recruiting senior and junior scientists and will move to the center of Berlin in the next years.

We are now seeking applications from outstanding individuals working on gene regulation, RNA biology, genetic variability, developmental and/or stem cell biology. Applicants using imaging and/or high-throughput technologies for experimental, computational and theoretical approaches are especially encouraged to apply. Experiences in highly successful post-doctoral research are required.

Successful candidates will conduct independent research, engage in collaborative projects with groups at the MDC, BIMSB and other research institutions in Berlin. We offer Tenure-Track Positions which include funding for 5 years with possible extensions of two-time 2 years, staff of one postdoc, one PhD student, one technician, as well as administrative support and fixed annual consumables.

For further information about the MDC Berlin-Buch please visit our website http://www.mdc-berlin.de and the site of the BIMSB: http://www.mdc-berlin.de/en/bimsb. Enquiries about the scientific positions and perspectives should be addressed to Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Rajewsky (rajewsky@mdc-berlin.de).

The MDC is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity. Applications of women are explicitly encouraged.

Further enquiries and electronic submission of your application (in one pdf file, maximum size 1 MB) should be addressed to Nadine Ewald (nadine.ewald@mdc-berlin.de).

Applications should be sent by February 22, 2011, including curriculum vitae, list of publications, outline of present and planned research and other relevant material in print to:

MAX DELBRÜCK CENTER FOR MOLECULAR MEDICINE
Personnel Department
Robert-Rössle-Str. 10 • 13125 Berlin / Germany

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