Wissenschaftliche/n Angestellte/n (Postdoc.) Stem Cell Transplant Immunobiology

The University Heart Center Hamburg GmbH (UHZ) - a 100%-owned subsidiary of the
University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) - match for the TSI lab (and Stem Cell Transplant Immunobiology) in the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery asap a / s
This position is - subject to the release of funds - initially limited to occupy it for one year under WissZeitVG. An extension of up to five years is notified.

Your tasks: For your problem include the use of cellular, molecular, immunological
Techniques, such as cell culture, for example. Furthermore oblige you to perform immunological Assays, in vivo experiments, Celltransduktionen using lenti-and adenoviral vectors and the cloning and sequencing.

Your profile: You have a PhD and have a completed study to the / r biologists-in
Biochemist / immunologist in or /-in. Your ability to work independently We presuppose.

Another characteristic feature

They are characterized by commitment and motivation. In addition, you get interest in experimental Transplantation and stem cell research. Her special interest in DNA and molecular work and genetic methods rounds out your profile.
Your contact for inquiries: Dr. Schrepfer by phone: 040/7410-59982.
Our personnel decisions we make on the suitability, competence and professional performance.
Severely disabled persons will be given preference if equally qualified. Furthermore
promote the equality of women.
We look forward to receiving your complete application until 09 November 2009

postdoctoral scientist: Mechanisms of the Allergic Immune Response

We are looking for a postdoctoral scientist for our young research team at the Allergy Research Group, University Medical Center Freiburg, Germany

Topic: Immune regulation and tolerance induction in allergic diseases

We are a young group of 2 senior scientists, 2 post doc, 5 doctoral students and 4 technicians working toward a common goal in identifying and characterizing mechanisms that control the allergic immune response. The goal of our studies is to develop novel strategies for primary prevention and identify novel targets for a better therapy of allergic diseases. The studies will be conducted in vitro as well as in vivo using established murine animal models of allergic diseases.

The candidate should be a team player and have a strong background in immunology and/or cell biology. Experience in flow cytometry, protein chemistry and routine molecular biology is mandatory. Moreover, the candidate should be fascinated by cells and their behaviour in culture as well as interested in in-vivo studies conducted in murine animal models. Experience in supervising technicians, medical doctoral and PhD students is desirable.

We offer integration in running research activities, part time technician support and access to all required state of the art biological techniques available at the University of Freiburg.

Successful candidates will be paid according to German „Tarifvertrag für den öffentlichen Dienst der Länder (TV-L)“.

For more information please contact or send application to

Thilo Jakob, MD

Professor of Allergology and Immunodermatology

Allergy Research Group

University Medical Center Freiburg

Department of Dermatology and Allergology

Hauptstr. 7

D-79104 Freiburg

e-mail: thilo.jakob@uniklinik-freiburg.de


Prof. Dr. Thilo Jakob

Department of Dermatology and Allergology
Hauptstr. 7
79104 Freiburg