IFIB - Interfaculty Institute of Biochemistry
The Interfaculty Institute of Biochemistry (IFIB) is a vertically integrated research center covering all dimensions of modern biochemical research from atoms via molecules and cells to organisms. The Stehle- Hartmann labs make proteins visible at the atomic level. Stafforst and Schwarzer with co-workers modify molecules directly to investigate nucleic acids and histones. The groups of Dodt, Jansen and Rapaport investigate the workings of the cell, looking at peroxisomes, RNA, and mitochondria, respectively. Beyond the level of cells, the lozano-Duran- and Nürnberger labs shed light on how whole organisms like plants defend themselves. The Feil lab listens in on how mouse cells communicate with each other, and Schulze-Osthoff and his team investigate what happens when the organism's own cells go berserk and turn into tumors.
Workgroups at the IFIB
Application professorship of structural biology
The Department of Pharmacy and Biochemistry of the Faculty of Science at the University of Tübingen, Germany, invites applications for the position of
Full Professor of Structural Biology
Starting date: at the earliest possible opportunity
A successful candidate for this position will be involved in teaching Biochemistry and conduct research in the field of structural biology with a focus on using cryo electron microscopy.