European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) is seeking a highly motivated undergraduate/master student to join us in our efforts to quantitatively characterize and computationally model the dynamic interplay of signalling and cellular architecture in complex developmental systems.
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Computational integration of the multi-scale, multi-modal datasets we produce is a challenging problem but is bound to yield new insights into the principles underlying the self-organization of cell collectives.
- Strong intrinsic motivation to do basic science in biology, with an interest in integrative approaches combining systems biology with molecular/cellular biology.
- Complete or near-complete undergrad in computational biology, biophysics, molecular/cellular biology (with computational experience), or a related field.
- Solid basic coding skills, preferably with training in data analysis and/or mathematical modelling. Python experience is considered an advantage since all coding work will be done in python.
- Solid basic biology knowledge, preferably with training in molecular, systems, cellular and/or developmental biology.
How to Apply
Application: Please send a CV and a cover letter stating your scientific interests and motivation for applying for this position to both gilmour-at-embl.de and jonas.hartmann-at-embl.de.
Questions: If you have any further questions regarding this opening, please do not hesitate to write to jonas.hartmann-at-embl.de.