3 Postdoc Positions in Chromatin Replication & Epigenome Maintenance in Groth Group at BRIC
|Thursday, 26 July 2012 15:25|
BRIC, University of Copenhagen
One 3 year and two 2-years postdoctoral positions are available in the Groth research group at BRIC, University of Copenhagen. Research in the Groth group focuses on how chromatin is replicated to ensure faithful transmission of both genetic and epigenetic information during cell division (Alabert and Groth, Nature Rev Mol Cell Biol). They combine state of the art biochemical and proteomic approaches with cell biology and advanced imaging to address this question in human cells.
We are looking for highly motivated, ambitious candidates with:
The ideal candidates will be team players and have excellent communication skills.
Currently, the monthly salary starts around 31.800 DKK/ca. 4.250 Euro plus 17,1% in pension. Depending on qualifications, a higher salary may be negotiated.
Your application must be submitted electronically via our website on www.bric.ku.dk/jobs/ where you also find the full legal advertisement and further application details.
Starting date: 2012-07-27
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