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PROJECT SCIENTIST (m/f/x) to join the Giulio Superti-Furga Laboratory at CeMM in the frame of an Academia-Pharma collaboration

Organization
CeMM
Job Location
Lazarettgasse 14, AKH BT 25.3
1090 Wien
Austria
Benefits

We offer

+         Challenging position in a great team and in a meaningful, inspiring and international setting

+         Competitive salary: This position is remunerated with a minimum yearly (gross) salary of EUR 48.000,- on a full time base. The definite salary will be based on qualification and experience.

+         Being part of a thriving academic and social community in Vienna, one the cities with the best quality-of-life in the world

+         The CeMM employment contract includes full insurance (health, accident, pension) and a one-off payment for moving

+         CeMM’s HR department and administrative team offers support with relocation, visa applications, onboarding, family support, etc.

Job Description

Period: September 2019 until min. 31 January 2020

The Superti-Furga laboratory at CeMM in Vienna is contributing to the scientific fundaments of precision medicine. The lab’s work addresses the mechanisms by which cells respond to challenges that perturb homeostasis, may these challenges be drugs, viruses or oncogenic mutations, and how homeostasis can subsequently be restored. Strategically, the laboratory investigates large networks of proteins, genes and metabolites, while also focusing on the mechanistic understanding of individual proteins, protein complexes and drug function. In recent years, the laboratory has focused on understanding the interplay of membrane transporters, which can be considered the managers of the interface between chemistry and biology, and between organisms and their environment.

We are currently looking for an experienced, highly motivated scientist to join our team investigating solute carriers in tight collaboration with a pharma partner. You should have an excellent background in molecular biology and/or biochemistry, and a good publication record.

This position is perfectly suited for an experienced scientist who is open for a short-term position in an international, academic environment in collaboration with an industrial partner and is eager to show his skills and use them to excel our project.

Requirements

Your Profile

+         PhD degree or extensive experience in a relevant field (e.g. molecular biology, biochemistry)

+         Excellent skill sets in performing and documenting experiments (e.g. molecular biology, cell culture, biochemistry)

+         Team player with strong communication skills and a proactive mindset

+         Excellent command of English

How to Apply

Application details

CeMM aims to promote equality of opportunity for all with the right mix of talent, competences and potential. We welcome applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds. Please apply online with your application documents (cover letter, CV and names and contact details of 2 referees): https://cemm.jobbase.io/job/d712ew7u

Closing date for applications: 9 August 2019

About Our Organization

The Laboratory

The Superti-Furga laboratory consists of a highly collaborative team of 30 scientists from 12 nations. In the last three years, we published about 70 papers, among which 10% in Nature, Science or Cell and 15 in Nature sister journals. Please visit our lab’s website: www.superti-furga-lab.at

 

References:

César-Razquin A, et al.  Cell. 2015 Jul 30;162(3):478-87.

Rebsamen M, et al. Nature. 2015 Mar 26;519(7544):477-81.

Huber KV, et al. Nature. 2014 Apr 10;508(7495):222-7.

Blomen VA, et al. Science, 2015 Nov 27;350(6264):1092-6.

Köberlin MS, Snijder B, et al. Cell. 2015 Jul 2;162(1):170-83.

Bigenzahn JW, et al. Science. 2018 Dec 7;362(6419):1171-1177

Sedlyarov V, Eichner R, et al. 2018 Cell Host Microbe. Jun 13;23(6):766-774.e5

Vladimer GI, Snijder B, et al. 2017 Nat Chem Biol. Jun;13(6):681-690

 

The Institute

CeMM is a flagship institute for biomedical research in the heart of Europe, Vienna. CeMM is committed to highest scientific standards. The environment is very collaborative, dynamic and international. One of CeMM`s advantages is to be in close proximity to the Vienna Medical University Campus and the General Hospital (AKH). This allows the fruitful interaction of basic scientists with clinicians, and the use of models and cutting-edge technology to disease-relevant biological questions. According to a study by The Scientist, CeMM is ranked as the best European place to work in Academia 2012, internationally CeMM appears at the fourth place. The official language at CeMM is English, and more than 45 different nationalities are represented at the institute. For more information please visit: www.cemm.at

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