|Mechanisms of cell polarization and cell cycle regulation in yeast
|Date Posted||Thursday, 27 September 2012|
|Location||University of Lausanne, Switzerland|
University of Lausanne
Department of Fundamental Microbiology
|Job Description||How do cells perceive and regulate their size and shape? How do they sense and grow towards partner cells? These are the questions that motivate the research in the group of Prof. Sophie Martin at the University of Lausanne in Switzerland. To address these questions at the molecular level, we use a combination of state-of-the-art imaging, biochemical, cell biological, and genetic approaches in the fission yeast model system. For recent publications from the lab, please see Martin and Berthelot-Grosjean, Nature 2009; Hachet et al, Cell 2011; Lo Presti and Martin, Current Biology, 2011.
We are looking for an outstanding and highly motivated candidate to join our research group. Several research projects are possible and will be defined in discussion with the candidate.
|Qualification||PhD student applicants should have a strong background in cell biology and hold a master degree. Previous research background in cell biology or genetics is preferred.|
|Compensation||Generous salary and social security benefits will be according to the pay scale of the University.|
|How to Apply||Please send your full application including motivation letter, CV, list of publications and the names and addresses of two referees to: Sophie.Martin@unil.ch|
|Application deadline||Applications will be reviewed as they come|
|Supervisor/ Principal Investigator||Prof Sophie G Martin|
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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