The Hector Fellow Academy offers you the opportunity to realize a self-developed research project under supervision of Dr. Dr. Leif S. Ludwig. He is a Hector Research Career Development Awardee working at the interface of biology and medicine. He specializes in the development and application of single cell multi-omic applications to study stem cells in hematology, immunology and oncology and how genetic variation and mutations in our mitochondrial genomes contribute to human diseases.
Single cell multi-omics, mitochondrial genetics, mitochondrial disease, hematology, immunology
Strong interest in life sciences, computational biology, method development and/or translational research. Master degree in computer science, bioinformatics, biotechnology, biochemistry, engineering, mathematics, physics, biology, (molecular) medicine or a related field. Expertise and interest to work computationally and/or experimentally, in particular with (single cell) sequencing data. Projects can be tailored accordingly. We in particular encourage applications from students with a computational background. Strong motivation to work independently as well as in an interdisciplinary research team. Very good language and communication skills in English.
Berlin Institute of Medical Systems Biology, Hannoversche Str. 28, 10115 Berlin
Between August and December 2021
Limited to 3 years
How to apply
Please apply via the HFA application portal. The Hector Research Career Development Awardees will arrange interviews (via skype or if feasible in-person) with the most promising applicants. The final candidates will be invited for a personal presentation on July 8, 2021 in Bremen (Germany). The final decisions will be announced by August 2021.
For questions related to making your application, please contact Hector Fellow Academy Office: firstname.lastname@example.org or www.hector-fellow-academy.de
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