The Klinikum rechts der Isar university hospital of the Technical University of Munich is a major European center of medical care and education and teaching with 1,161 beds and around 5,500 employees. Every year around 60,000 patients benefit from inpatient and around 250,000 patients from outpatient care. The hospital is a supra-maximal care home that covers the entire spectrum of modern medicine. Since 2003, the Klinikum rechts der Isar is an institute of public law of the Free State of Bavaria.
The research group of Prof. Dr. Bassermann is part of Department of Internal Medicine III (Hematology and Oncology) and is located at TranslaTUM – Central Institute for Translational Cancer Research. It is well embedded in the Munich biomedical research community and research centers such as the German Cancer Consortium (DKTK), and the DFG-funded Collaborative Research Centers 1335 “Aberrant Immune Signals in Cancer” and 1243 “Cancer Evolution” and European Research Council (ERC).
The group investigates how posttranslational mechanisms, particularly the ubiquitin system, regulates core aspects of cancer related cellular processes such as the cell cycle, immune and DNA damage responses, metabolism and programmed cell death. Special interest is how aberrant functions of this system contribute to the pathogenesis and maintenance of cancer and how these can serve as therapeutic targets and biomarkers.
To strengthen our team, we are looking for a highly self-motivated
Postdoctoral Fellow (m/f/x)
- Work at the interface of translational and basic cancer research
- Design and perform experiments at major independence
- Evaluate scientific literature and write grant applications and publications
- Ph.D. in Biochemistry, Biology or a related field
- Experience in working with mouse models (beneficial but not prerequisite)
- Strong motivation, scientific curiosity and commitment to scientific excellence
- Experience in tumor genomics/proteomics, bioinformatics, cell biology and biochemistry
- Team player skills and enthusiasm to work in a multi-disciplinary, collaborative environment
- Ability to work independently
- Strong interest in tumor biology
- Excellent skills in spoken and written English
- Excellent track record of research achievements and publications
- Work at the interface of translational medicine and basic research
- Working in an innovative, highly funded and scientifically stimulating environment (TranslaTUM)
- Close collaboration with leading national and international research groups in the field and within collaborative research centers (SFBs)
- A multi-disciplinary environment in the group fostering collaborations between basic scientists as well as clinicians
- Direct access to multiple state-of-the-art core facilities including cell analytics, proteomics, genomics, mouse facilities and molecular imaging.
- Workspace in the middle of Munich with excellent connection to the Munich transport association (job ticket)
- The position is available at the earliest convenience.
We give priority to severely disabled applicants with essentially equal qualifications.
We are looking forward to your application!
Please send your application documents (including CV, motivation letter, list of publications and two references – all documents within a single PDF file) to:
Prof. Dr. med. Florian Bassermann
Klinik und Poliklinik für Innere Medizin III
Klinikum rechts der Isar
der Technischen Universität München
Ismaninger Straße 22
The Technical University of Munich (TUM) is one of the most renowned Universities in Europe. The research group “Human Immunoregulation” headed by Prof. Christina Zielinski at the Center for Translational Cancer Research (TranslaTUM) in the heart of Munich is now offering
1 Postdoc position (m/f/x)
Successful candidates will employ state-of-the-art experimental approaches and cutting-edge analysis tools to pursue projects in molecular and cellular immunology. The research group headed by Christina Zielinski focusses on human T cell immunology and questions related to the generation, maintenance and plasticity of human T helper cells in health and disease (Zielinski et al. Nature 2012, Noster et al. Sci Transl Med 2015, Matthias et al. Sci Transl Med 2019). The prospective candidate will have to opportunity to investigate the regulation of the human tissue resident T cells.
The ideal candidate should be a highly motivated PhD, MD or MD/PhD with an excellent productivity record and experience in flow cytometry, cell culture and high-dimensional single-cell data analysis. Bioinformatic programming skills are a plus. The candidate should be a team player and have excellent communications skills. Experienced postdoctoral candidates will be given the opportunity to supervise students and to develop their own independent research agenda.
- 4-year contract (E13, TV-L 100%)
- A highly dynamic young team in a thriving research environment at Germany’s top university
- Highly-funded and very well equipped modern lab
- Powerful core facility support
The Technical University of Munich is committed to a family-oriented policy and an equal opportunity employer. We are looking to fill the position as soon as possible.
Applications with a motivation letter, CV, references or referee contacts should be sent by email to Prof. Christina Zielinski (email@example.com(link sends e-mail)).
Information: www.zielinskilab.com(link is external)