Research scientist role to depict the exchange of components on cell level by employing secondary ion mass spectrometry External

Leibniz IOW, Germany

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Contact: Prof. Dr. Maren Voss
E-mail: maren.voss [at] io-warnemuende.de
website: IOW
Deadline: September 15, 2016

The Department Biological Oceanography of the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde (IOW) is offering a part-time (65%) research scientist position starting on the 01.11.2016.The candidate will depict the exchange of components on cell level by employing secondary ion mass spectrometry (NanoSIMS). His/her main objectives will be cultivation of the microorganisms, stable isotope labeling experiments and preparing samples for the NanoSIMS. In addition the analysis and presentation of results on project meeting as well as workshops and conferences will be done by the candidate. To achieve the goals of the project a close cooperation with the project partners and the ability to travel and work in the partner laboratories is necessary. If the position is filled by a PhD candidate a promotion within 3 years is expected. The main working place will be the IOW.

See more details on the job specifications and how to apply in the job description linked below.