1) PhD/Postdoc in biomedical research: Inhibition of DNA repair nucleases – from biological probe to cancer therapy
Laboratory of Recombination and DNA Repair, Faculty of Medicine, Masaryk University
We invite applications for a PhD studentship and a Postdoctoral position from applicants with an enthusiastic interest in molecular biology and biochemistry. The successful candidate will work under the supervision of Dr. Krejčí to identify and characterize novel inhibitors of DNA repair nucleases, their mechanisms of action and therapeutic implications.
The PhD position candidate should hold or be about to complete a Masters degree in molecular biology, biochemistry or similar field. The applicant is also expected to demonstrate essential training in a range of molecular biology techniques relevant to basic research, should be well-organised, motivated and passionate about pursuing a career in biomedical research.
The Postdoc position candidate should hold or be about to complete a PhD degree in molecular biology, biochemistry or similar field. The applicant is expected to demonstrate broad training and aptitude in a range of molecular biology techniques relevant to cancer research, should be independent, enthusiastic and have a strong track record.
We offer fully funded positions in a well established laboratory. The lab hosts international team members, has a strong publication track record and international collaborations. The offered projects contribute to a rapidly advancing, very competitive field. The successful candidate can start immediately.
PhD student: 700 – 1500 EUR/per month
Postdoc: 1500 – 2700 EUR/per month
Please submit your application, including CV with 2 academic referees and a cover letter to: Gabriela Pavlíková (email@example.com).
Application deadline: October 20, 2017
2) Open Positions in Cell Biology - Postdoctoral Fellows
Two postdoctoral positions are open to join the laboratory focused on protein kinase research at Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic. Current focus is on receptor tyrosine kinase (RTK) signal transduction in regulation of physiological and pathological cell function, and on development of tools facilitating RTK research (Elife 2017;6. pii: e21536).
The candidate is expected to have published in good peer-reviewed journals in any area of biomedical sciences and to be within 5 years of finishing PhD. We seek individuals with strong interest in cell biology who are capable of independent experimentation and manuscript writing.
Base salary range is 35,000-55,000CZK pa.
Please contact Pavel Krejci, PhD at firstname.lastname@example.org
More about our research:
Hum Mol Genet 2016;25:3998-4011.
Hum Mol Genet 2016;25:9-23.
Cell Mol Life Sci 2015;72:2445-59.
J Clin Invest 2012;122:2153-64.