Positions available for Bachelor, Master/Diploma, MD and Ph.D. students
We are looking for students interested in participating in projects assessing the functional role of activity-regulated genes in learning and memory and a variety of neuronal diseases, including addiction, depression, tinnitus and neurodegeneration. We are using mouse genetics for building bridges between molecular biology and systems biology. Several transgenic and knockout animal models, as well as brain-region specific knock downs are currently analyzed in molecular, biochemical, cellular and electrophysiological, as well as behavioral experiments.
If you are ambitious and striving to work in a highly motivated research environment with access to state of the art scientific instrumentation please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org The University of Hamburg seeks to increase the number of female scientists and encourages them to apply. Disabled people with equal qualifications are preferred.