The DFG-funded Research Unit FOR2625 "Mechanisms of Lysosomal Homeostasis" is an inter-disciplinary network consisting of 9 research groups located in Germany and the Netherlands. The consortium ficusses on molecular mechanisms of maintaning lysosomal homeostasis and the adaptive regulatory mechanisms to compensate lysosomal dysfunctions.
A postdoctoral position on "A role for human WIPI3 in lysosomal phosphoinositide signalling" (Project 1, Prof. Dr. Tassula Proikas-Cezanne) is available immediately.
To apply please find details here.
DRIVE (Driving next generation autophagy researchers towards translation) is a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action (MSCA), Innovative Training Network (ITN) H2020-MSCA-ITN-2017, funded by the European Commission under Grant Agreement n. 765912.
15 PhD positions are available in the field of Autophagy around Europe (Finland, France, Germany, Israel, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, and United Kingdom).
Please apply here.
Bachelor and Master thesis
We are offering projects on the topic of autophagy for Bachelor and Master thesis starting April 2018. To apply please send your CV along with a cover letter indicating your interests and laboratory experience to tassula.proikas-cezanne. @uni-tuebingen.de