The German Primate Center (DPZ) - Leibniz Institute for Primate Research is one of 96 research and infrastructure establishments of the Leibniz Association. It conducts basic biological and biomedical research in all fields in which non-human primates play essential roles: in particular in infection research, the neurosciences and organismic primate biology. Besides its research infrastructure in Göttingen the DPZ maintains four field stations to do research on and with primates.
The Junior Research Group Herpesviruses focuses on the interaction of viruses with host cells. We are seeking a highly motivated
for a position in the Junior Research Group Herpesviruses. The position is initially funded for one year by the Boehringer Ingelheim Foundation to characterize host cell factors for foamy virus infection, which have been identified in our laboratory through preliminary studies. The project is clearly defined and would be ideally suited for a candidate immediately after his PhD. Experience in virology or infection biology is not required. Experience in molecular biology is essential.
The appointment at the DPZ follows the applied regulations of civil service. The classification follows the TV-L. Applicants with disabilities and equal qualifications will be given preferential consideration. We kindly ask you to indicate any disabilities in your application.
Please send in your written application including all certificates until the 14th May 2021 under the key word “Postdoc Virology – Host Factors” to Deutsches Primatenzentrum GmbH – Leibniz Institut für
Primatenforschung – Personnel Office – Kellnerweg 4 – 37077 Göttingen or via mail to bewerbung(at)dpz.eu.