The Georg-Speyer-Haus in Frankfurt am Main, Germany is an academic research institute of great tradition in biomedical sciences. The institute maintains the status of an independent foundation, and is supported by the German Federal Ministry of Health and the Ministry for Sciences and Arts of the State of Hessen. The Georg-Speyer-Haus is dedicated to basic and translational research in the fields of cancer and infectious diseases, and cooperates closely with the University of Frankfurt.
Our research team is interested in tumour suppressor mechanisms of the p53-protein family in the post-genomic and epigenetic era. We are applying modern genomic and molecular techniques to study the tumour-suppressor mechanisms of the p53-family in healthy as well as cancerous cells (Smeenk et al, 2008; Koeppel et al, 2009).
Applicants should have experience in genomic research and bioinformatic expertise.
Please send your complete application (CV, letter of motivation, name and address of two referees) via email to: lohrum[at]em.uni-frankfurt.de
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