Functional characterization of candidate genes in pancreatic, Marburg/Lahn, Germany

Within the Integrated Genome Research Network Translational Genome Research Network in Pancreatic Cancer (PaCa-Net), the Medical Faculty of the Philipps-Universität Marburg, Division of Gastroenterology and Endocrinology, invites applications for the position of 1 PhD Candidate (Verg.-Gr. IIa BAT, part time position / 50 %) The aim of the PaCa-Net consortium is to foster the rapid development and transfer of novel genome-based, molecular targeted approaches for diagnosis and therapy of pancreatic cancer from basic research over preclinical testing into clinical applications. For more information, please visit www.ngfn-pacanet.de Research topic of the available position will be the functional characterization of candidate genes in pancreatic cancer using Transfected Cell Microarrays as well as single gene functional assays. Candidates are expected to have a profound background in molecular biology as well as cell culture and siRNA methods. The position will be available for three years starting immediately The Philipps University Marburg seeks to increase the percentage of women in scientific careers. Women are therefore especially encouraged to apply. Applicants with children are welcome  the Philipps-Universität embraces the concept of a family-friendly University. In case of equal qualifications, disabled persons will be given preference. Applications should be sent until 31. July 2009 to PD Dr. Malte Buchholz, Klinik f. Gastroenterologie u. Endokrinologie, Baldingerstraße, 35043 Marburg/Lahn, Germany


PD Dr. Malte Buchholz

Klinik f. Gastroenterologie u. Endokrinologie
35043 Marburg/Lahn, Germany