We seek highly motivated students with a background in physics, mathematics, informatics or biology, to work in interdisciplinary projects involving wet lab work, mathematical modelling and bioinformatics.
We are currently looking for masters students in the field of modelling and bioinformatics! Available projects include mathematical modelling of the circadian clock and circadian networks in a cancer context and analysis of alternative splicing switches in tumorigenesis. We are looking forward for your application!
Applications, including a two pages (max) CV and a one page (max) motivation letter should be sent to: email@example.com.
PhD students may also be recruited via the Berlin School of Integrative Oncology (BSIO). The BSIO offers a doctoral program in the field of integrative oncology and features excellent research conditions.
information about the group
The group is highly interdisciplinary and includes both dry lab facilities at the Institute of Theoretical Biology – ITB and wet lab facilities at the Molecular Cancer Research Center of the Charité – MKFZ. Our group cooperates with several groups within the BSIO School and also with institutes outside Berlin such as the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in Heidelberg and the University of Lisbon . We work together with bioinformaticians, physicists, molecular biologists and medical doctors which forms an exciting and fertile scientific environment. Our working language is english. However, learning german will make your life easier and allow you to better enjoy Berlin. Several language courses are available in the city.
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