Conduct self-driven experimental research towards the project aims.
Opportunity to contribute to teaching.
Opportunity to establish independence with competitive funding.
PhD degree in cell biology with a strong background in biophysics, biochemistry or biological chemistry.
Must have strong experience with confocal microscopy and image data analysis.
Good organizational skills, attention to detail, persistence.
Excellent command of English.
Strong scientific training and mentoring.
Learn cutting-edge imaging techniques in the collaborating lab of Prof. Christian Eggeling.
International, vibrant research environment on the brand new Belval campus.
Candidates should submit the following documents in pdf format :
Motivation letter (1 short paragraph, see below)
Curriculum Vitae (max. 2 pages, highlighting any outstanding achievements)
List of publications and manuscripts in preparation (if applicable)
Copy of PhD degree certificate
The motivation letter needs to contain short statements on : 1) Explanation of your overall self-assessment of academic achievements, e.
g. top 10-20% in the country; 2) Expression of your theoretical strengths in chemistry, cell biology and molecular biology;
3) List of best experimental skills acquired in degree projects. The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer.
Please send your application respectively via the online submission link by 22 / 03 / 2020. For further information, please contact Prof.
Daniel Abankwa (daniel.abankwa uni.lu).
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