Postdoc on Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics: Germany
The Max Planck Unit for the Science of Pathogens headed by its director Prof. Emmanuelle Charpentier is looking for an experienced postdoctoral scientist with excellent skills and knowledge in the field of Mass Spectrometry-based Proteomics to work in the Proteomics Research Platform of the unit.
For its Proteomics Research Platform, the institute is seeking a highly motivated and talented scientist to join an international team in an outstanding and competitive scientific environment. The successful candidate will develop and apply Mass-Spectrometry based Proteomics approaches to identify regulatory mechanisms of bacterial pathogenicity, and to investigate the role of post-translational modifications and interactions of proteins with other molecules within this context. This includes developing and implementing methods utilizing modern mass spectrometry, chromatography and robotics tools tailored toward the sensitive proteomic analysis of bacteria and their host cells, in close collaboration with other members of the unit. The successful candidate is expected to pursue research at the highest standards, take responsibilities in the management of the platform including instrument maintenance and project implementation, and contribute actively to collaborative and complementary research across the institute.
Applications will be accepted exclusively via our online application portal. Deadline for applications September 15th, 2022.