A PhD Scholarship is vacant as of November 2009 in the group of Sibylle Schneider-Schaulies, Institute of Virology and Immunobiology,

A PhD Scholarship is vacant as of November 2009 in the group of Sibylle Schneider-Schaulies, Institute of Virology and Immunobiology, University of Würzburg; (s-s-s@vim.uniwuerzburg.de) entitled

„Targets, mechanisms and consequences of regulated T cell pre-mRNA splicing and their relevance as genetic markers of virally induced or general T cell suppression"

It addresses to applicants interested in cell biology and immunology, with basic understanding of bioinformatics and a Master's degree in a relevant area. Beneficiaries must register for full-time doctoral study.

The project is embedded within the DFG-funded International Research Training Group (IRTG) “HIV/AIDS and Associated Infectious Diseases” which is part of the Graduate School of Life Sciences (www.gk-1522.uni-wuerzburg.de). The elaborate post-graduate education programme includes a several weeks stay at the partner laboratory in South Africa.

Applications are welcome via e-mail with the subject line “Application for IRTG Scholarship”, including letter of motivation, statement of interest, curriculum vitae and transcripts of academic qualifications to: irtg1522@uni-wuerzburg.de


Nina Kugler

Institut fuer Virologie und Immunbiologie
Versbacher Straße 7
97078 Würzburg, Deutschland

Tel.: 0931/201-49559
Fax: 0931/201-49553

URL: Zur Web-Seite

Doctoran in Stem Cell Transplant Immunobiology at University Hospital Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE).

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 - with half of the regular weekly
Work occupy initially limited to 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. In addition, the incumbent will carry out immunological Assays, in vivo experiments, Zelltransduktionen using lenti-and adenoviral vectors and the cloning and sequencing.
Your profile: You have a university degree in biology, biochemistry, medicine or veterinary medicine.
You also are characterized by commitment and motivation. In addition, you get Interest in experimental transplantation and stem cell research. Her special interest in DNA work and molecular 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