PhD student (f/m/d) | Endothelial, cardiac or smooth muscle biology

Max-Planck-Institut für Herz- und Lungenforschung - W. G. Kerckhoff-Institut, Bad Nauheim

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Wissenschaftlicher Nachwuchs

Developmental and Evolutionary Biology & Genetics Immunobiology and Infection Biology & Medicine Physiology


Stellenangebot vom 20. Juli 2021

The Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research in Bad Nauheim nearby Frankfurt am Main is offering the position of PhD student (f/m/d) in the field of endothelial, cardiac or smooth muscle biology as of September 1st, 2021:

Job Description

We seek enthusiastic, highly motivated people to join our international research group working on G-protein-mediated signaling in the cardiovascular system. The projects involve the generation and characterization of conditional mouse mutants in different models of vascular and cardiac disease, including their functional, histological, transcriptional, and protein biochemical analysis. Experience with animal models of cardiovascular diseases, especially surgical models, is appreciated. Salaries will be based on previous experience according to TVöD guidelines.

About The Employer

The Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research in Bad Nauheim is an interdisciplinary research institution with international flair. Our researchers have the opportunity to work on various model systems by making use of latest cutting edge technologies.

The Max Planck Society wishes to increase the share of women in areas in which they are underrepresented. Women are strongly invited to apply. The Max Planck Society is committed to employing more handicapped individuals and especially encourages them to apply.

Your Application

Applicants should submit a statement of interest, a full CV including certificates, and names and addresses of two references via our applicant portal.

Informal inquiries are welcome and should be sent to


Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research
Prof. Dr. Nina Wettschureck
Ludwigstraße 43
61231 Bad Nauheim


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