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Posted 08 December 2004 - 02:45 PM

We are a research lab for Molecular Hematology/Oncology at the University of Münster, Department of Medicine. Our research focuses on the mechanisms of leukemogenesis, signal transduction and epigenetics in leukemia and on the application of our findings towards novel therapy approaches (Linggi et al., Nature Medicine 2002, 8: 743-750, Mizuki et al., Blood 2003, 101: 3164-3173, Steffen et al., PNAS 2003, 100: 8448-8453, Müller-Tidow et al., Mol Cell Biol 2004, 24: 2890-2904) For further information on our research focus, please visit our homepage http://medweb.uni-mu...e/meda/research.

Different genetic aberrations contribute to the pathogenesis of leukemia. The most frequent mutation results in a constitutive activation of the receptor tyrosine kinase Flt3 (Flt3-ITD). To elucidate the leukemogenic effects of this mutation in more detail we will establish and analyse an inducible mouse strain.


We are looking for a Postdoc in the field of Biology/Biochemistry/Molecular Biology who wants to work independently on his/her own project. Our new colleague should have detailed knowledge of Molecular Biology, vivid interest in research and outstanding capabilities including creativity and high technical skills to perform competitive research. Perfect English skills in reading, writing and speaking are a must.

Joining our research lab at the University Hospital of Münster, you will meet an international team with friendly colleagues who highly appreciate mutual support and fruitful collaboration. You will find well equipped labs and state-of-the-art technologies including gene targeting strategies in mice, microarray analyses, chromatin immunoprecipitation and so on...

We look forward to your application (please enclose your CV and a list of publications) and will be happy to answer you.

Compensation is up to BAT IIa level (about US$ 70.000 /year!)

Looking forward to hearing from you!
Carsten Muller-Tidow

muellerc@uni-muenster.de




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