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Research position in Molecular & Cellular Physiology in Berlin

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Position for PhD Student, in Molecular & Cellular Physiology:

at the Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) in Berlin, Germany.

"Ca2+ dependent signal transduction in smooth muscle - the CaM kinase switch"

We investigate the molecular basis of smooth muscle contractility, using a combination of biochemical, molecular- cell biological and physiological approaches. Cell culture, muscle fibers and trangenic animals are used for the investigation (NATURE-CELL BIOLOGY, in press)

The candidate should be a graduate in Biology or Medicine with strong research experience (through MS thesis/diploma thesis work etc.) Very good knowledge of English is required ; Full support is provided - for the whole duration of the dissertation ie. usually 1-2 years for medical graduates and 3-4 years for science graduates. salary is depending on experience/qualifications. Please send full CV, names of 2 references, and relevant proof of research experience to the address below (Dr. L.G. Baltas) Greek male candidates should have completed their millitary obligations.

Deadline is April 31st, 2000

For more information contact

Dr. rer. nat. Leonidas G. Baltas Molecular Muscle Physiology Lab MDC 13092 Berlin, Germany

Tel. +49-30-9406 3314 (lab) +49-30-9406 2240 (office) Fax. +49-30-9406 2277 email:

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