The Enzymology & Metabolism and Environmental Cheminformatics Research Groups at LCSB are seeking a PhD Candidate to become part of the MICROH PhD training programme, on the topic of Dark Matter, the Exposome and the Microbiome .
The PhD will be co-supervised by Drs. Carole Linster and Emma Schymanski, LCSB, in collaboration with other topic leaders in MICROH.
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Master’s degree (MSc or equivalent) in chemistry, biochemistry, biotechnology, environmental sciences, toxicology or related fields
Willingness to work closely with other PhD candidates and cooperate actively in a larger team
Experience with non-target high resolution mass spectrometry experiments will be advantageous
Experience in cultivation experiments and working with model organisms will be a plus
Fluency in English is essential, skills in German and / or French will be advantageous
Student and employee status (36 months studies programme, full-time (40h / week) as per university standards) with project funding available for up to 48 months
Initial 14 months fixed-term contract, renewable depending on thesis progress evaluation.
Earliest starting date March 1st, 2019 (position will be advertised until filled)
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