The newly established junior research group led by Christian Schmidl at the RCI -
Regensburg Center for Interventional Immunology is seeking an enthusiastic
TECHNICAL ASSISTENT (M/F) (BTA/MTA)
Full time, limited for 2 years with possibility for extension
The RCI – Regensburger Center for Interventional Immunology – is a novel biomedical research center of the University of Regensburg focusing on translational immunology in the fields of cancer immunotherapy, transplant rejection and autoimmunity. The objective of the RCI is to develop efficient immune therapeutic strategies in these areas.
You will contribute to research projects investigating gene-regulatory mechanisms in primary immune cells in the tumor environment. You will help to establish mouse models and use primary patient samples to contribute to the investigation of cellular and molecular mechanisms influencing the function of the immune system. In addition, you will receive training in next generation sequencing methods such as chromatin immunoprecipitation, chromatin accessibility mapping and other sequencing library preparation approaches that will be used in the lab to decipher underlying (epi-)genetic mechanisms of immune regulation. Lastly, the technical assistant will be largely responsible for lab organizational Tasks.
The lab offers the opportunity to work at the interface of immunology and cancer, which is one of the most exciting fields of recent biomedical research. We provide a dynamic and motivating working environment where you can foster your skills and get the opportunity to learn cutting-edge sequencing Technologies.
The post is remunerated on the TV-L salary scale.
Severely disabled applicants are given preference in instances where applicants demonstrate an equal level of qualification. Please mention any severe disabilities, if applicable, in the application.
If you are interested please send an application (including cover letter, CV, certificates, expected availability date).
Application by August 13th 2017 to
RCI- Regensburg Center for Interventional Immunology
Sabine ReppAm Biopark 9
P: ++49 (0) 941 943-5940
We look for a highly motivated colleague that is able to work independently, and who is eager to support a young lab from the start. Being a team player, as well as strong communication and organizational skills are necessary.In addition to training in standard molecular and cellular methods such as western blot, PCR, cloning, cell culture, DNA- and RNA isolation the applicant should bring experience in at least one of the following methods:
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