PhD and Academic Jobs at University Tuebingen

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In this post, we have listed all available fully-funded PhD and postdoctoral jobs (Tubingen Jobs) at University Tuebingen in Germany with some position details such as deadline, location and etc. This post will be updated regularly and the newly funded positions will be added.

Available Fully Funded PhD and Academic Jobs at University Tuebingen in Germany

University Tuebingen (Tubingen Jobs)

The University of Tuebingen is a public university in Tuebingen, Germany. It was founded in 1974 as the University of Tuebingen and became part of the State of Baden-Württemberg in 1994.

The university is organized into four faculties: business, law, medicine and humanities. The University has about 21,000 students and 5,000 employees.

As a state-funded institution, tuition is free for all students who meet certain requirements. The University has been ranked among the best universities in Germany and Europe by various rankings such as Times Higher Education World University Rankings and Shanghai Jiao Tong’s Academic Ranking of World Universities


Available Fully Funded PhD at University Tuebingen

Here you can find all available fully-funded PhD at University Tuebingen in Germany with some position details. They will be updated with new positions regularly.


Title: PhD Student (m/f/d, E 13 TV-L , 65%)

Location: Interfaculty Institute for Biochemistry (IFIB)

Deadline: 13.01.2023 (Tubingen Jobs)

Summary:

PhD Position (TVL E13, 65%) – Regulatory long non-coding RNAs and chromatin biology in the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum

The newly established research group of Michael Filarsky at the Interfaculty Institute for Biochemistry (IFIB) at the University of Tübingen, is looking for a 

PhD student (m/f/d)

to investigate the role of long non-coding RNAs in controlling cell fate decisions in the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. The project is part of an ERC starting grant project, which aims to elucidate the mechanisms behind the epigenetic control of gene expression switching in P. falciparum. In particular we are interested in uncovering the molecular factors, that link environmental signals, chromatin states and cell cycle progression during the red blood cell stages of the parasite.     

Requirements:

We are looking for a candidate with a high level of motivation, dedication to experiments, openness to learn new techniques and a collaborative mindset. An extensive background in cell and molecular biology, with a master’s degree in molecular cell biology, molecular genetics, biochemistry, or an equivalent discipline is a prerequisite. Experience working with Plasmodium, in RNA biology or chromatin biology is certainly an advantage. 

Offer: 

We offer a fully funded position (TVL E13, 65%, 3 years (extension possible) and the possibility to work on an exciting and intellectual challenging project on the forefront of P. falciparum biology. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to use cutting-edge technologies ranging from CRISPR/Cas9 based genome editing and super resolution microscopy, to state-of-the-art methodology to study chromatin and regulatory non-coding RNAs. Our lab is located in the IFIB building of the University of Tübingen, which provides a lively and collaborative research environment with access to state-of-the-art facilities and outstanding resources and support. 

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Title: Postdoctoral researcher (m/f/d, E 13 TV-L) (Tubingen Jobs)

Location: Interfaculty Institute for Biochemistry (IFIB)

Deadline: 13.01.2023 (Tubingen Jobs)

Summary:

Postdoctoral Position (TVL E13) – Epigenetic regulation and chromatin biology in the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum

The newly established research group of Michael Filarsky at the Interfaculty Institute for Biochemistry (IFIB) at the University of Tübingen is looking for a 

 Postdoctoral researcher (m/f/d)

to investigate the mechanisms behind the epigenetic control of gene expression switching in the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum. The position is part of an ERC starting grant project, which aims to uncover the molecular factors linking environmental signals, chromatin states and cell cycle progression in the red blood cell stages of the parasite. During the project functional studies on genetically modified parasites will be performed, with a strong focus on chromatin factors and non-coding RNAs.  

Requirements:

We are looking for a candidate with a recent PhD (not more than 3 years ago) in molecular life sciences. You should bring a high level of motivation and self-organization, dedication to experiments, openness to learn new techniques, and a collaborative mindset. An extensive background in cell and molecular biology, with a PhD in molecular parasitology, cell biology, molecular genetics, biochemistry, or an equivalent discipline is a prerequisite. Experience working with Plasmodium, BioID experiments, in RNA biology or chromatin biology is certainly an advantage.

Offer: 

We offer a fully funded position (TVL E13, 3 years) and the possibility to work on an exciting and intellectual challenging project on the forefront of P. falciparum biology. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to use cutting-edge technologies ranging from CRISPR/Cas9 based genome editing and super resolution microscopy, to state-of-the-art methodology to study chromatin and regulatory non-coding RNAs. Our lab is located in the IFIB building of the University of Tübingen, which provides a lively and collaborative research environment with access to state-of-the-art facilities and outstanding resources and support. 

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Title: Junior Research Group Leader (m/w/d, E 14 TV-L, 100%) / Postdoctoral Research Fellow (m/w/d, E 13 TV-L, 100%)
(Tubingen Jobs)

Location: Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Hector Research Institute of Education Sciences and Psychology

Deadline: 16.01.2023 (Tubingen Jobs)

Summary:

The Hector Research Institute of Education Sciences and Psychology is currently inviting applications for the following positions:

Junior Research Group Leader (100%, E 14 TV-L1) or
Postdoctoral Research Fellow (100%, E 13 TV-L1) on

Data Science in Psychology or Education Science

for 3 years (+ possible 2-year extension) (m/f/d)

We are seeking a bright and motivated postdoctoral research fellow or junior research group leader (depending on experience) who has strong background on data science and machine learning in the field of psychology and/or education science. We are seeking autonomous and independent researchers who actively work and collaborate with the PI (Prof. Kou Murayama) and other colleagues in the institute to conduct cutting edge research on education science and psychology.

The position comes with a fixed-term contract for 3 years with the possibility for 2-year extension (contingent on the funding availability). The expected start date is April-May 2023 but we are highly flexible and committed to accommodating candidates’ individual circumstances. There is the possibility to participate in the institute’s own postdoctoral academy PACE (Tübingen Postdoctoral Academy for Research on Education) which offers further training, coaching, and mentoring at postdoctoral level. 

The position is part of the Alexander von Humboldt Professorship of Educational Psychology held by Professor Kou Murayama at the Hector Research Institute. A Humboldt Professorship is the most highly endowed research prize in Germany and enables world class scientists to carry out long-term and ground-breaking research at universities and research institutions in Germany. The Hector Research Institute is a nationally and internationally leading research center in education sciences and psychology. Our interdisciplinary team works in a well-equipped building close to the historic old town of Tübingen, Germany. The institute aims to create a research hub focusing on data science and machine learning in education science, and we are looking for candidates who can potentially take the leadership of this initiative.

The successful candidate is expected to work on various projects, with some guidance from Prof. Kou Murayama, the director of Motivation Science lab (https://motivationsciencelab.com/). At the outset of the position, the actual content of the projects will be discussed based on the expertise and interest of the successful candidate. The successful candidate is also expected to actively seek collaboration with other researchers in the institute or the university. Teaching is not mandatory but we strongly encourage postdocs to gain teaching experiences (e.g., one course per semester) as part of our training program for postdocs.

The successful candidate holds an excellent PhD in Data Science, Psychology or a related field (or will have obtained one by the start date of the position) and has visible track record (e.g., publication and third-party funding experience) in the field. Expertise in machine learning and research experiences in education/psychology research is desirable. A visible commitment to research transparency is a good bonus. Most importantly, the successful candidate should specifically demonstrate (1) solid methodological skill set that allow them to conduct research with independence and (2) substantive experience with interdisciplinary research project(s), and (3) a strong motivation and open-mindedness with respect to building interdisciplinary links with education sciences (if s/he has not worked in education sciences before). You will also be given the opportunity to join the LEAD Graduate School & Research Network to develop cross-faculty collaborative network of researchers working on research on education. While beneficial, proficiency in German is not necessary for these positions. 

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