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Position: Postdoc in Biophysics
Institution: Czech Academy of Sciences
Location: Czech Republic
Duties: The postdoctoral fellow will conduct research in revealing molecular mechanisms of physical factors action on liver cancer cells. The fellow is required to have technical and theoretical knowledge related to biophysics, cell biology and molecular biology. Hands-on experience with common techniques in molecular biology and fluorescence microscopy is preferred. The candidate is expected to lead research projects under the supervision of the PI and publish research findings in reputational peer-reviewed journals. Specific tasks will include design and perform experiments, collection and analysis of data, preparation of reports for peer-reviewed scientific publications, conference presentations, and grant progress reports. The fellow will have opportunities to mentor technicians and graduate students
Requirements: Ph.D. degree holder with major in biophysics, molecular biology, cell biology, or related field of study; Prior research experience in the areas of cell culturing, microscopy, genetics, and/or nanoparticle-cell interactions; Previous experience in cellular biophysical research will be given first consideration; Sound verbal and written communication skills in English
   
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The postdoctoral fellow will conduct research in revealing molecular mechanisms of physical factors action on liver cancer cells. The fellow is required to have technical and theoretical knowledge related to biophysics, cell biology and molecular biology. Hands-on experience with common techniques in molecular biology and fluorescence microscopy is preferred. The candidate is expected to lead research projects under the supervision of the PI and publish research findings in reputational peer-reviewed journals. Specific tasks will include design and perform experiments, collection and analysis of data, preparation of reports for peer-reviewed scientific publications, conference presentations, and grant progress reports. The fellow will have opportunities to mentor technicians and graduate students. Who we look for Ph.D. degree holder with major in biophysics, molecular biology, cell biology, or related field of study Prior research experience in the areas of cell culturing, microscopy, genetics, and/or nanoparticle-cell interactions Previous experience in cellular biophysical research will be given first consideration Sound verbal and written communication skills in English Why FZU? • We offer professional work in the friendly environment of a top scientific institution • We offer the facilities of the largest institute of the Academy of Sciences • International environment with a friendly atmosphere • We collaborate on prestigious international projects • We support further education Benefits Addressing cutting-edge research topics with high application potential A stimulating and friendly supervising and mentoring Unique research facilities Training and development possibilities (seminars, workshops, conferences) Soft skills trainings (project management, grants applications, etc.) Czech Language Courses Indoor yoga classes A competitive salary Flexible working hours Home office mode And more benefits such as Multisport card, cooperative kindergarten, etc. It´s good to know Place of work: FZU, Pod vodárenskou věží, Praha 8 Fixed-term employment: 1 year with a perspective of long-term cooperation Full-time employment Starting in the middle of 2024 or as otherwise agreed If you are interested in this offer, please send us your structured CV in Czech and English language, motivation letter and ideally 2 references to the e-mail address kariera@fzu.cz, contact person: Petra Kratochvilova, HR partner, cell phone: 420 607 240 074. We look forward to hearing from you! FZU - Institute of Physics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic is a leading public research institution based in Prague. FZU is the largest institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic with more than 1100 employees and focuses on basic and applied research in the field of physics. Our top researchers strive to understand and explain the basic phenomena and processes of how the world works and thus respond to the current scientific and technical challenges of our society. Diversity, Equity & Inclusion As an employer, FZU supports equal opportunities and diversity. This approach helps to foster a positive work culture and creates a supportive environment for all employees. The principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion are embedded in our policies and hiring practices, providing a solid foundation for fair selection processes. 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