Are you a talented, creative and highly motivated scientist? Do you want to work on an exciting, innovative and challenging interdisciplinary project? If yes, see below for open positions.

Applications (CV and a cover letter explaining why you qualify for this project) should be sent to levkin at kit [dot] edu

1) Postdoctoral Position (Biology) OCCUPIED
The goal of this postdoctoral project is, for the first time, to exploit the ability to perform ultra high-throughput screening of single cells in thousands of droplet microreservoirs. A lot of different exciting fundamental biological questions can be answered using this novel technology. Therefore, creativity, scientific excellence, the ability to work in a highly interdisciplinary team will be the main qualities for a candidate for this position.

Link to the announcement

2) Technical Assistant (Biology) OCCUPIED

We are looking for a highly experienced and motivated technical assistant. The candidate should have a few years experience in biology, cell culture, microscopy, transfection.

The job will involve a lot of interactions with PhD students and postdocs. We are looking not for a technician who is interested in doing research, accomplishing challenging projects and publishing papers. So, the candidate will directly participate in variety of scientific projects.

We are looking for a person who is willing to have a long-term job in the group.

3) PhD position, biology

The goal of this PhD project is to exploit the ability to perform ultra high-throughput screening of single cells in thousands of droplet microreservoirs. A lot of different exciting fundamental biological questions can be answered using this novel technology. Therefore, creativity, scientific excellence, the ability to work in a highly interdisciplinary team will be the main qualities for a candidate for this position.

Contact

Dr. Pavel Levkin   
Build.: 341 / Office: 154 
E-Mail: levkin@kit.edu
Tel:  +49-721-608-29175

KIT Adress

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Campus North)
Institute of Toxicology and Genetics - Geb. 341
Hermann-von-Helmholtz-Platz 1
76344 Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany