The Cells-in-Motion-Interfaculty-Centre – CiMIC at the University of Münster offers
CiM Gerty-Cori Junior Groups
with tenure-track option in the fields of
Biomimetic Systems, Immune Cell Plasticity, Machine Learning, Metabolomics, Quantitative Cell Biology, Synthetic Biology, Vascular Heterogeneity
The junior groups will be associated with CiMIC, an interfaculty structure of the Cells-in Motion Cluster of Excellence involving Medicine, Physics, Mathematics, Computer Sciences, Chemistry, Pharmacy and Biology. CiMIC aims at understanding cellular behaviour at various levels using imaging as a central strategy.
The junior groups will be a 5+2-year appointment with the option of entry into a tenure-track professorial system. Tenure and promotion will be based on evaluation by CiMIC and the involved faculties. Positions will be supplemented by scientific and technical staff positions and required equipment.
The Gerty-Cori Junior Groups should have an impact on gender equality in the participating disciplines. Consequently, we actively encourage applications by women. Postdoctoral researchers with several years of (international) research experience and outstanding publications in leading international journals are invited to submit their proposals.
Preference will be given to individuals whose interests are synergistic with ongoing collaborative research programmes at the involved faculties, the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine, the Centre for Soft Nanosciences (SoN) or the European Institute for Molecular Imaging (EIMI).
Please send your application including a CV, list of publications, acquired third-party funds and a short research proposal (2–3 pages) by email in a single PDF document to email@example.com by January 30th, 2018.
Please visit our homepage for more information about the Cells-in Motion Cluster of Excellence and the scientific environment in Münster: www.uni-muenster.de/Cells-in-Motion/index.html.