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PhD-Student Position in Synaptic Neuroscience (1)

The Institute for Auditory Neuroscience of the University Medical Center Göttingen (Germany) invites applications for a

PhD-Student Position in Synaptic Neuroscience

Mammalian sound encoding relies on faithful and precise neurotransmission between cochlear inner hair cells (IHC) and afferent spiral ganglion neurons. To master this challenging task, the presynaptic active zones of IHCs are equipped with presynaptic specialisations – due to their morphology termed 'synaptic ribbons' – that facilitate high rates of vesicular release and subsequent replenishment, even during prolonged periods of ongoing stimulation. While the molecular architecture and function of ribbon-type active zones has been an area of intense research, the presynaptic development prior to hearing onset still remains enigmatic. Hence, this project will focus on developmental aspects of presynaptogenesis in auditory hair cells and aims to identify the key molecules, as well as the underlying cellular processes that determine the functional maturation and presynaptic plasticity of this high-throughput synapse.

We are looking for highly motivated applicants with a strong background in neuroscience and/or live-cell imaging; additional experience in molecular biology or programming skills are of advantage. Moreover, the ability to work in an interdisciplinary (i.e. combining molecular, ultrastructural and physiological approaches) and international research team is an essential prerequisite. This position is supported by an Otto-Creutzfeldt fellowship of the Helmut & Elisabeth Uhl Foundation and available for 3+ years. Income will be equivalent to E13 65%.

The Göttingen Campus is a leading Neuroscience Center hosting numerous internationally renowned research institutions. This includes the University and its Medical Center, three Max Planck Institutes, the European Neuroscience Institute, and the German Primate Center. The Institute for Auditory Neuroscience & InnerEarLab offers a stimulating multidisciplinary research and training environment and operates state of the art research infrastructure. Moreover, the institute is tightly integrated in the Campus with research groups hosted also at non-university institutions and runs numerous productive collaborations on Campus such as within the collaborative sensory research center SFB 889 , the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience (BCCN) and the Center for Nanoscale Microscopy and Molecular Physiology of the Brain (CNMPB), as well as beyond the Campus.

Please submit your application preferably in one single PDF-document, including cover letter, CV, list of publications, names of possible referees, and relevant certificates to: christian.vogl@med.uni-goettingen.de until October 15th, 2017.

Dr. Christian Vogl
Institute for Auditory Neuroscience and InnerEarLab
University Medical Center Göttingen
Robert-Koch-Str. 40
37075 Göttingen
E-mail: christian.vogl@med.uni-goettingen.de

PhD Student Position in Synaptic Neuroscience (2)

The Institute for Auditory Neuroscience of the University Medical Center Göttingen (Germany) invites applications for a

PhD Student Position in Synaptic Neuroscience

Synapses undergo striking structural and functional changes during maturation. We want to determine ultrastructural changes in synapse characteristics that arise during the conversion of an immature to a mature synapse. We focus on murine calyceal synapses of the early auditory pathway, which undergo functional changes upon the onset of hearing. We will combine different electron microscopic techniques such as electron tomography, FIB as well as SBF-SEM and high-pressure freezing to investigate the ultrastructural changes underlying the functional changes at these synapses in detail in different age-groups. Applicants are expected to have completed university studies in a life science discipline (MSc or diploma). Very good English skills are expected. A background in neuroscience, experience in computer based image analysis, imaging techniques such as confocal fluorescence microscopy and/or especially transmission electron microscopy is beneficial. While providing intense training on the relevant techniques we encourage growing independence in performing the work.

The project is part of the collaborative research center 1286 “Quantitative Synaptology” and the wider Göttingen Campus, which is a leading neuroscience center in Europe hosting numerous prestigious and internationally renowned neuroscience research institutions. This includes the University, three Max Planck Institutes, the European Neuroscience Institute, and the German Primate Center, as well as further collaborative research programs.

Please submit your application preferably in one single PDF-document, including cover letter, CV, list of publications (if applicable), names of possible referees, and relevant certificates to: Prof. Dr. Carolin Wichmann

Prof. Dr. Carolin Wichmann
Group Leader / Principal Investigator
Molecular architecture of synapses Group
Institute for Auditory Neuroscience
Von-Siebold-Str. 3a
Goettingen, Germany
http://www.auditory-neuroscience.uni-goettingen.de/group_Wichmann.html


PhD Student Position in Synaptic Biophysics

The Synaptic Nanophysiology Group at MPI for Biophysical Chemistry invites applications for a

PhD position in Synaptic Biophysics

The successful candidate will conduct experimental research on the molecular anatomy and physiology of synaptic transmission at the endbulb and calyx of Held synapses of the auditory pathway. Using state of the art electrophysiology (pre- and/or postsynaptic patch-clamp, capacitance measurements) and optical methods (uncaging, confocal, 2-photon, and STED imaging) in combination with genetically manipulated animals, the project targets fundamental questions in synaptic transmission, such as:

How is the tight coupling of Ca2+-influx and exocytosis at the presynaptic active zone achieved on a molecular level?

What are the molecular mechanisms mediating efficient replenishment of synaptic vesicles to the presynaptic active zone?

We are looking for excellent and highly motivated applicants with a strong background (first degree) in physics, biology, or neuroscience and, ideally, experience in biophysical techniques. Competence in electrophysiology and state of the art light microscopy will be useful. Good computational skills and the ability to work in an interdisciplinary (combining molecular, structural, physiological, and theoretical approaches) and international team of researchers are required. Prior knowledge in theoretical neuroscience is welcome.

The project is part of the collaborative research center 1286 “Quantitative Synaptology” and the wider Göttingen Campus, which is a leading neuroscience center in Europe hosting numerous prestigious and internationally renowned neuroscience research institutions. This includes the University, three Max Planck Institutes, the European Neuroscience Institute, and the German Primate Center, as well as further collaborative research programs.

Please submit your application preferably in one single PDF-document, including cover letter, CV, list of publications (if applicable), names of possible referees, and relevant certificates to: ianoff@gwdg.de

Prof. Dr. Tobias Moser
Professor of Auditory Neuroscience
Synaptic Nanophysiology Group
Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
Am Fassberg 11
Goettingen, Germany
www.mpibpc.mpg.de/14722384/moser


PhD-Student Position in Auditory Systems Physiology and Behavior

The Department of Otorhinolaryngology of the University Medical Center Göttingen (Germany) invites applications for a

PhD-Student Position in Auditory Systems Physiology and Behavior

The successful candidate will study the consequences of cochlear dysfunction on central auditory processing. The main experimental work of the project will consist of in vivo recordings from the rodent auditory brainstem and behavioral experiments. Thus, previous experience in with electrophysiological experiments and/or a completed course on animal experimentation (FELASA B) will be helpful. He or she will also participate in adapting existing hard- and software for experimental setups, requiring some technical knowledge and programming skills, ideally in Python and/or Matlab.
Applicants should hold a Master’s degree or equivalent in neuroscience, audiology, physiology, animal biology or molecular medicine with a focus on sensory physiology. The ability to work in an interdisciplinary, English-speaking international team of researchers is required.
The Göttingen Campus is a leading Neuroscience Center hosting numerous prestigious and internationally renowned research institutions. This includes the University and its Medical Center, three life science Max Planck Institutes, the European Neuroscience Institute, and the German Primate Center. The Auditory Systems Physiology group is part of the InnerEarLab (http://www.innerearlab.uni-goettingen.de), consisting of 7 groups employing molecular, structural, physiological, and theoretical approaches to study inner ear function. Most PhD students are inscribed in the „sensory and motor neuroscience“ or “systems neuroscience” programs of the Göttingen Graduate School for Neurosciences, Biophysics, and Molecular Biosciences GGNB.
Generous financing has been granted by the EU in framework of the international training network “LISTEN”, (http://www.listenscience.eu/) offering a 3 year position (E13) and participation in many excellent training activities that bridge science and industry. There are planned secondments to a laboratory in Montpellier/France and to a hearing aid company.
Please submit your application preferably in one single PDF-document, including cover letter, CV, list of publications, names of possible referees, and relevant certificates to nstrenzke@med.uni-goettingen.de until February 5th, 2017.
EU regulations demand that candidates must not have resided in Germany for more than one out of the three years before starting the PhD.

Dr. Nicola Strenzke
Department of Otorhinolaryngology
University Medical Center Göttingen
Robert-Koch-Str. 40
37075 Göttingen
E-mail: nstrenzke@med.uni-goettingen.de


Postdoctoral position in molecular biology of the auditory system

The Institute for Auditory Neuroscience and InnerEarLab of the University Medical Center Göttingen (Germany) invites applications for a Postdoctoral position in molecular biology of the auditory system <

The successful candidate will work on genetic manipulation of auditory hair cells and neurons using viral and non-viral transduction and mouse mutagenesis. The focus of the work is on the molecular physiology of sound coding, gene therapy approaches and the use of optogenetics to restore auditory activity in auditory neurons. The work involves cloning, packaging and testing of constructs/virus in cell culture, organotypic culture and in vivo(transuterine or postnatal gene transfer into the inner ear). Phenotyping is done as a team effort using state of the art electrophysiology (pre- and/or postsynaptic patch-clamp, capacitance measurements) and optical methods (uncaging, confocal, 2-photon and STED imaging, optogenetics, electron microscopy) and provides ample opportunities to learn new methods.

We are looking for excellent and highly motivated applicants with a strong background in molecular biology/genetics. Competence in virus production (AAV) will be useful. The ability to work in an interdisciplinary (combining molecular, structural, physiological and theoretical approaches) and international team of researchers is required. The position is available for 5 years.

The Göttingen Campus is a leading Neuroscience Center hosting numerous prestigious and internationally renowned research institutions. This includes the University and its Medical Center, three lifescience Max Planck Institutes, the European Neuroscience Institute and the German Primate Center. The Institute for Auditory Neuroscience & InnerEarLab is tightly integrated in the Campus with research groups hosted also Non-University Institutions and runs numerous stimulating collaborations on Campus such as within the collaborative sensory research center SFB889 (www.sfb889.uni-goettingen.de/), the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience (BCCN, www.bccn-goettingen.de) and the Center for Nanoscale Microscopy and Molecular Physiology of the Brain (www.cmpb.uni-goettingen.de).

Please submit your application preferably in one single PDF-document, including cover letter, CV, list of publications, names of possible referees, and relevant certificates to: frauke.rohde@med.uni-goettingen.de until January 31st 2015.

Dr. Tobias Moser, Professor of Auditory Neuroscience Institute for Auditory Neuroscience, University Medical Center Göttingen Robert-Kochstr. 40, D-37075 Goettingen, Germany


Postdoctoral position in molecular biology of the auditory system

The Institute for Auditory Neuroscience and InnerEarLab of the University Medical Center Göttingen (Germany) invites applications for a Postdoctoral position in molecular biology of the auditory system

The successful candidate will work on genetic manipulation of auditory hair cells and neurons using viral and non-viral transduction and mouse mutagenesis. The focus of the work is on the molecular physiology of sound coding, gene therapy approaches and the use of optogenetics to restore auditory activity in auditory neurons. The work involves cloning, packaging and testing of constructs/virus in cell culture, organotypic culture and in vivo(transuterine or postnatal gene transfer into the inner ear). Phenotyping is done as a team effort using state of the art electrophysiology (pre- and/or postsynaptic patch-clamp, capacitance measurements) and optical methods (uncaging, confocal, 2-photon and STED imaging, optogenetics, electron microscopy) and provides ample opportunities to learn new methods.

We are looking for excellent and highly motivated applicants with a strong background in molecular biology/genetics. Competence in virus production (AAV) will be useful. The ability to work in an interdisciplinary (combining molecular, structural, physiological and theoretical approaches) and international team of researchers is required. The position is available for 5 years.

The Göttingen Campus is a leading Neuroscience Center hosting numerous prestigious and internationally renowned research institutions. This includes the University and its Medical Center, three lifescience Max Planck Institutes, the European Neuroscience Institute and the German Primate Center. The Institute for Auditory Neuroscience & InnerEarLab is tightly integrated in the Campus with research groups hosted also Non-University Institutions and runs numerous stimulating collaborations on Campus such as within the collaborative sensory research center SFB889 (www.sfb889.uni-goettingen.de/), the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience (BCCN, www.bccn-goettingen.de) and the Center for Nanoscale Microscopy and Molecular Physiology of the Brain (www.cmpb.uni-goettingen.de).

Please submit your application preferably in one single PDF-document, including cover letter, CV, list of publications, names of possible referees, and relevant certificates to: frauke.rohde@med.uni-goettingen.de until January 31st 2015.

Dr. Tobias Moser, Professor of Auditory Neuroscience Institute for Auditory Neuroscience, University Medical Center Göttingen Robert-Kochstr. 40, D-37075 Goettingen, Germany


Postdoctoral Position in Synaptic Nanophysiology

The successful candidate will conduct biophysical experiments and modeling on the synaptic nanoanatomy and nanophysiology targeting experimentally well accessible synapses of the auditory pathway. Our work aims at elucidating the presynaptic mechanisms of exocytosis, endocytosis, Ca2+ influx-exocytosis and -endocytosis coupling, active zone clearance and vesicle replenishment. We target the large active zones of inner hair cell ribbon synapses and the large calyceal endbulb of Held synapses. We use state of the art electrophysiology (pre- and/or postsynaptic patch-clamp, capacitance measurements) and optical methods (uncaging, confocal, 2-photon and STED imaging) to study normal and genetically manipulated synapses, and combine the experiments with biophysical modelling to target fundamental research questions such as: How is the high temporal precision of the auditory code brought about by a chain of stochastic events at the hair cell synapse?

We are looking for excellent and highly motivated applicants with a strong background in physics or biology and proven experience in biophysical techniques. Competence in electrophysiology and state of the art microscopical imaging will be useful. Good computational skills and the ability to work in an interdisciplinary (combining molecular, structural, physiological and theoretical approaches) and international team of researchers are required. Prior knowledge in theoretical neuroscience is welcome.

The Göttingen Campus is a leading Neuroscience Center hosting numerous prestigious and internationally renowned research institutions. This includes the University and its Medical Center, three lifescience Max Planck Institutes, the European Neuroscience Institute and the German Primate Center. The Institute for Auditory Neuroscience & InnerEarLab is tightly integrated in the Campus with research groups hosted also Non-­‐University Institutions and runs numerous stimulating collaborations on Campus such as within the collaborative sensory research center SFB889 (http://sfb889.uni-goettingen.de/index.html), the Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience (BCCN, http://www.bccn-goettingen.de/) and the Center for for Nanoscale Microscopy and Molecular Physiology of the Brain (www.cmpb.uni-goettingen.de).

The Postdoc position is limited to three years. The payment and benefits are based on the German TVöD guidelines.

The Max Planck Society seeks to increase the number of women in those areas where they are underrepresented and therefore explicitly encourages women to apply. The Max Planck society is committed to increasing the number of individuals with disabilities in its workforce and therefore encourages applications from such qualified individuals.

Please submit your application preferably in one single PDF-document, including cover letter, CV, list of publications, names of possible referees, and relevant certificates to ausschreibung29-14@mpibpc.mpg.de

Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry Research Group “Synaptic Nanophysiology” Dr. Tobias Moser Am Fassberg 11, D-37077 Göttingen


PhD student position in Biochemistry, Neurobiology, Molecular Biology or a related life science subject.

The Group for Molecular Biology of Cochlear Neurotransmission within the Department for Otorhinolaryngology is offering a position for a PhD student in the field of

Biochemistry, Neurobiology, Molecular Biology or a related life science subject.

The position with 65% of the regular working time will start as soon as possible and initially lasts for three years. The salary is according to TV-L (65%).

Your Profile:
Applicants are expected to have completed university studies in a life science discipline and should have a strong background in biochemistry, molecular biology, neurosciences, molecular medicine and/or biophysics. Practical experience in molecular biology such as cloning, in protein biochemistry, in cell culture work, in immunohistochemistry and in electrophysiology would be beneficial. Very good English skills for oral and written presentations are expected.
The InnerEarLab is an internationally highly recognized lab for studying the signal transduction from sensory hair cells of the inner ear to subsequent neurons. We use molecular manipulation and electrophysiology to elucidate the function of inner hair cells, the hair cell synapses and the sound encoding in the auditory nerve in wild type and mutant mice. These techniques include single cell quantitative PCR, protein biochemistry, recordings of the postsynaptic boutons as well as single unit recordings of the auditory nerve.
The position will be part of the Molecular Biology of Cochlear Neurotransmission Research Group of Dr. Ellen Reisinger and is financed by the German Research Foundation (DFG) within the collaborative research consortium (SFB) 889, project A4. The group is interested in the molecular mechanism of hair cell exocytosis with a focus on the function and regulation of otoferlin, which is defective in a form of human deafness (e.g. Pangrsic et al., Nat Neurosci 2010; Helfmann et al., J. Mol Biol 2011; Reisinger et al. J. Neuroscience 2011). In the current project, we aim to study protein interactions and posttranslational modifications of otoferlin using molecular biology, cell culture, biochemical, immunohistochemical and electrophysiological methods.
Women are especially encouraged to apply. Handicapped applicants with equal qualifications will be given preferential treatment.
We look forward to receiving your application by June 15th 2015.
Please send your applications as a single pdf file to

Dr. Ellen Reisinger
Ellen.reisinger@medizin.uni-goettingen.de


PhD student position in mechanisms of noise-induced hearing loss.

The Junior Research Group “Synaptic physiology of mammalian vestibular hair cells”, located in the InnerEarLab of the Dept. of Otolaryngology at University of Göttingen Medical School (Göttingen, Germany) invites application for a PhD student position in mechanisms of noise-induced hearing loss.

Sound is encoded at the ribbon synapses of the cochlear inner hair cells. These cells, together with their postsynaptic auditory terminals, are very fragile and can easily be injured or lost following exposure to noise, ototoxic drugs, as well as in the process of aging. Such synapse loss usually results in permanent hearing impairment and affects millions of people around the world. The project will aim at identifying synaptic processes that underlie noise- and drug-induced damage to the cells of the inner ear. The successful candidate will investigate the biophysics and molecular physiology of mouse cochlear inner hair cell synapses exposed to moderate and strong noise, and ototoxic drugs. The work will include presynaptic patch-clamp recordings with capacitance measurements, confocal and STED imaging, and immunohistochemistry in combination with systems physiology experiments to assess the hearing of animals (e.g. auditory brainstem recordings).

We are looking for excellent and highly motivated applicants with a first degree in physics or biology, preferably with prior experience in biophysics or electrophysiology. The ability to work in an interdisciplinary and international team of researchers is required.

The funding of the candidate’s PhD research is currently secured for a year but will most likely be further extended. The first year of research will be supported by the collaborative sensory research center SFB889 (www.sfb889.uni-goettingen.de/). Göttingen is world renowned for its research in neuroscience. It is a stimulating and highly collaborative scientific environment hosting numerous prestigious and internationally renowned neuroscience research institutions, such as Georg-August-University, three relevant Max Planck Institutes, University Medical Center Göttingen (UMG), German Primate Center (DPZ) and European Neuroscience Institute (ENI).

Please, send your application via the following web page: https://s-lotus.gwdg.de/uni/ukon/phd_umg_2015.nsf/bewerbung. The application should also include a cover letter, CV, list of publications (if applicable), two reference letters, a letter of motivation and relevant certificates.

Dr. Tina Pangrsic InnerEarLab, Department of Otolaryngology Junior Research Group “Synaptic physiology of mammalian vestibular hair cells” University of Goettingen Robert-Kochstr. 40 D-37075 Goettingen, Germany

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Die Klinik für Hals-Nasen-Ohrenheilkunde sucht einen Teamassistenten (w/m) - Entgelt nach TV-L -

für die organisatorische Unterstützung des InnenOhrLabors und allgemeine Sekretariatsaufgaben der HNO-Klinik

Ihr Profil:
Sehr gute Englischkenntnisse und Berufserfahrung in der Assistenz.
Berufserfahrung in einer Wissenschaftseinrichtung ist von Vorteil.
Sehr gute EDV-, MS-Office- und SAP-Kenntnisse.
Selbständige, gründliche und strukturierte Arbeitsweise und freundliches Auftreten.
Sehr gute Fähigkeiten in Organisation und deutsch/englischer Kommunikation.

Zu Ihren Aufgaben zählen:
Verwaltungsaufgaben im Management des internationalen wissenschaftlichen Personals, Dienstreisen und Reisekostenabrechnungen, internationale Gastwissenschaftler, organisatorische Unterstützung von Wissenschafts- und Fortbildungsveranstaltungen, Drittmittelbewirtschaftung, Beschaffungsmaßnahmen, Terminverwaltung, Korrespondenz in deutscher und englischer Sprache, das Erstellen von Arztbriefen und Operationsberichten.

Ihre schriftliche Bewerbung sollte Ihren Lebenslauf und ein Motivationsschreiben in englischer Sprache enthalten.

Ihre Bewerbung richten Sie bitte an: Prof. Dr. Tobias Moser, Universitätsmedizin Göttingen, HNO-Klinik/Innenohrlabor, 37099 Göttingen, Tel.: 0551/39-22803 , Fax: 0551/39-22809, E-Mail: bhigazi@gwdg.de, Web: www.innerearlab.uni-goettingen.de; www.hno.med.uni-goettingen.de
Ansprechpartner/in: Prof. Dr. Tobias Moser


Die Klinik für Hals-Nasen-Ohrenheilkunde sucht einen Wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiter (w/m) - Entgelt nach TV-L -

als technischen Audiologen in der Klinischen und experimentellen Audiologie.

Ihr Profil:
Eine abgeschlossene Hochschulausbildung (Diplom oder Master) in der Physik, den Ingenieurswissenschaften, Audiologie/Hörtechnik, Medizintechnik mit Schwerpunkt Audiologie
Sehr gute Kenntnisse der physiologischen und psychoakustischen Messmethoden der Audiologie
Kenntnisse in der Anpassung von Hörsystemen
Kenntnisse in aktuellen Programmiersprachen (Matlab, C++)
Sehr gute Englischkenntnisse, gute Deutschkenntnisse
Motiviertes selbstständiges und strukturiertes Arbeiten, Berufserfahrung in einer Wissenschaftseinrichtung ist von Vorteil
Kooperationsbereitschaft und Kollegialität sowie die Fähigkeit, in einer Gruppe konstruktiv und produktive zu arbeiten

Zu Ihren Aufgaben zählen:
Information und Beratung von Patienten bzgl. technischer Hörsysteme und Anpassung implantierbarer Hörgeräte
Mitarbeit im Cochlear Implant-Team mit Information und Beratung von Patienten, Koordination und Durchführung von prä-, intra- und postoperativer Diagnostik, Prozessorprogrammierung und Mitbetreuung der Rehabilitation
Durchführung audiologischer Messungen und Weiterentwicklung von Messverfahren und –technik
Mitarbeit an experimentellen Hörforschungsprojekten und in der Entwicklung der optogenetischen Stimulation der Cochlea
Durchführung wissenschaftlicher klinischer Studien

Das bieten wir Ihnen:
Mitarbeit in einem dynamischen multidisziplinären Team von ÄrztInnen, NaturwissenschaftlerInnen, Medizinisch-technischen AssistentInnen und LogopädInnen
Ein abwechslungsreiches Aufgabenfeld mit Raum für Kreativität und persönliche Entfaltung
Mitarbeit an aktuellen Forschungsprojekten mit der Möglichkeit zur Promotion und Habilitation
Moderne audiometrische Ausstattung und ein breites Spektrum der Hörsystemversorgung Rege Vortrags- und Fortbildungsaktivitäten in einem attraktiven wissenschaftlichen Umfeld

Ihre schriftliche Bewerbung sollte Ihren Lebenslauf und ein Motivationsschreiben in englischer Sprache enthalten. Ihre Bewerbung richten Sie bitte bis zum 17.02.2014 an:

Ihre Bewerbung richten Sie bitte bis zum 17.02.2014 an: Prof. Dr. Tobias Moser, Universitätsmedizin Göttingen, HNO-Klinik/Innenohrlabor, 37099 Göttingen, Tel.: 0551/39-22803 , Fax: 0551/39-22809, E-Mail: bhigazi@gwdg.de, Web: www.innerearlab.uni-goettingen.de; www.hno.med.uni-goettingen.de
Ansprechpartner/in: Prof. Dr. Tobias Moser


Technische Assistentin / technischer Assistent (MTA/BTA/CTA)/ befristet, Vollzeit, Entgelt nach TV-L

Die Arbeitsgruppe "Molekulare Architektur von Synapsen", des Instituts für Auditorische Neurowissenschaften der Universitätsmedizin Göttingen, sucht eine/n Technische Assistentin / technischen Assistenten

Die Universitätsmedizin Göttingen ist ein Klinikum der Maximalversorgung und bietet vielfältige Entwicklungsmöglichkeiten. 7.000 Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter in über 60 Abteilungen und Einrichtungen arbeiten für eine qualitativ hochwertige Patientenversorgung, exzellente Forschung und moderne Lehre. Als Stadt der Wissenschaft liegt Göttingen im Zentrum Deutschlands, die Universitätsmedizin Göttingen ist eingebunden in ein attraktives Netzwerk wissenschaftlicher Forschungseinrichtungen.

Ihr Profil: Die Arbeitsgruppe „Molekulare Architektur von Synapsen“ beschäftigt sich mit der Struktur-Funktionsanalyse von Synapsen im auditorischen System in normal hörenden und hörgeschädigten Mäusen mit dem Schwerpunkt Elektronenmikroskopie. Moderne Techniken wie das Hochdruckgefrieren und die Elektronen-Tomografie gehören zu unseren Standardmethoden. Wir sind eingebettet in den Göttingen Campus und den Sonderforschungsbereich 889 „Zelluläre Mechanismen Sensorischer Verarbeitung“ und suchen eine motivierte, teamfähige Person, um unser Team zu verstärken.

Zu Ihren Aufgaben gehören

  • Die selbstständige Organisation und Dokumentation der experimentellen Arbeiten
  • Die Isolation von tierischen Geweben und Organen sowie deren Fixierung oder Immobilisierung durch das Verfahren des Hochdruckgefrierens und deren Einbettung
  • Schneiden und Kontrastieren der hergestellten Präparate
  • Herstellung von Puffern und Lösungen
  • Genotypisierungen
  • Mikroskopieren und Bildaufnahmen
  • Mitbetreuung von Praktika
  • Betreuung und Einweisung von Nutzern an der Hochdruckgefrieranlage (HPM100)
  • Was Sie mitbringen
  • Erfolgreich abgeschlossene Berufsausbildung als MTA, BTA oder CTA (oder vergleichbare Ausbildung)
  • Ggf. Berufserfahrung im Bereich der Histologie oder Mikroskopie
  • Gute MS-Office- und Englischkenntnisse setzen wir voraus
  • Die Universitätsmedizin Göttingen strebt in den Bereichen, in denen Frauen unterrepräsentiert sind, eine Erhöhung des Frauenanteils an und fordert daher qualifizierte Frauen ausdrücklich zur Bewerbung auf. Schwerbehinderte Bewerberinnen/Bewerber werden bei gleicher Eignung bevorzugt berücksichtigt.

    Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Bewerbung bis zum 15.01.15 an: Dr. Carolin Wichmann Arbeitsgruppenleiterin, InnenOhrLabor, Institut für Auditorische Neurowissenschaften 37099 Göttingen Tel.: 0551 / 39-3922604 Fax.: 0551 / 39-3912950 email: carolin.wichmann@med.uni-goettingen.de Web: http://www.innerearlab.uni-goettingen.de/; www.sfb889.uni-goettingen.de/

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    Die Klinik für Hals-Nasen-Ohrenheilkunde sucht einen Teamassistenten (w/m) - Entgelt nach TV-L -

    für die organisatorische Unterstützung des InnenOhrLabors und allgemeine Sekretariatsaufgaben der HNO-Klinik

    Ihr Profil:
    Sehr gute Englischkenntnisse und Berufserfahrung in der Assistenz.
    Berufserfahrung in einer Wissenschaftseinrichtung ist von Vorteil.
    Sehr gute EDV-, MS-Office- und SAP-Kenntnisse.
    Selbständige, gründliche und strukturierte Arbeitsweise und freundliches Auftreten.
    Sehr gute Fähigkeiten in Organisation und deutsch/englischer Kommunikation.

    Zu Ihren Aufgaben zählen:
    Verwaltungsaufgaben im Management des internationalen wissenschaftlichen Personals, Dienstreisen und Reisekostenabrechnungen, internationale Gastwissenschaftler, organisatorische Unterstützung von Wissenschafts- und Fortbildungsveranstaltungen, Drittmittelbewirtschaftung, Beschaffungsmaßnahmen, Terminverwaltung, Korrespondenz in deutscher und englischer Sprache, das Erstellen von Arztbriefen und Operationsberichten.

    Ihre schriftliche Bewerbung sollte Ihren Lebenslauf und ein Motivationsschreiben in englischer Sprache enthalten.

    Ihre Bewerbung richten Sie bitte an: Prof. Dr. Tobias Moser, Universitätsmedizin Göttingen, HNO-Klinik/Innenohrlabor, 37099 Göttingen, Tel.: 0551/39-22803 , Fax: 0551/39-22809, E-Mail: bhigazi@gwdg.de, Web: www.innerearlab.uni-goettingen.de; www.hno.med.uni-goettingen.de
    Ansprechpartner/in: Prof. Dr. Tobias Moser


    Die Klinik für Hals-Nasen-Ohrenheilkunde sucht einen Wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeiter (w/m) - Entgelt nach TV-L -

    als technischen Audiologen in der Klinischen und experimentellen Audiologie.

    Ihr Profil:
    Eine abgeschlossene Hochschulausbildung (Diplom oder Master) in der Physik, den Ingenieurswissenschaften, Audiologie/Hörtechnik, Medizintechnik mit Schwerpunkt Audiologie
    Sehr gute Kenntnisse der physiologischen und psychoakustischen Messmethoden der Audiologie
    Kenntnisse in der Anpassung von Hörsystemen
    Kenntnisse in aktuellen Programmiersprachen (Matlab, C++)
    Sehr gute Englischkenntnisse, gute Deutschkenntnisse
    Motiviertes selbstständiges und strukturiertes Arbeiten, Berufserfahrung in einer Wissenschaftseinrichtung ist von Vorteil
    Kooperationsbereitschaft und Kollegialität sowie die Fähigkeit, in einer Gruppe konstruktiv und produktive zu arbeiten

    Zu Ihren Aufgaben zählen:
    Information und Beratung von Patienten bzgl. technischer Hörsysteme und Anpassung implantierbarer Hörgeräte
    Mitarbeit im Cochlear Implant-Team mit Information und Beratung von Patienten, Koordination und Durchführung von prä-, intra- und postoperativer Diagnostik, Prozessorprogrammierung und Mitbetreuung der Rehabilitation
    Durchführung audiologischer Messungen und Weiterentwicklung von Messverfahren und –technik
    Mitarbeit an experimentellen Hörforschungsprojekten und in der Entwicklung der optogenetischen Stimulation der Cochlea
    Durchführung wissenschaftlicher klinischer Studien

    Das bieten wir Ihnen:
    Mitarbeit in einem dynamischen multidisziplinären Team von ÄrztInnen, NaturwissenschaftlerInnen, Medizinisch-technischen AssistentInnen und LogopädInnen
    Ein abwechslungsreiches Aufgabenfeld mit Raum für Kreativität und persönliche Entfaltung
    Mitarbeit an aktuellen Forschungsprojekten mit der Möglichkeit zur Promotion und Habilitation
    Moderne audiometrische Ausstattung und ein breites Spektrum der Hörsystemversorgung Rege Vortrags- und Fortbildungsaktivitäten in einem attraktiven wissenschaftlichen Umfeld

    Ihre schriftliche Bewerbung sollte Ihren Lebenslauf und ein Motivationsschreiben in englischer Sprache enthalten. Ihre Bewerbung richten Sie bitte bis zum 17.02.2014 an:

    Ihre Bewerbung richten Sie bitte bis zum 17.02.2014 an: Prof. Dr. Tobias Moser, Universitätsmedizin Göttingen, HNO-Klinik/Innenohrlabor, 37099 Göttingen, Tel.: 0551/39-22803 , Fax: 0551/39-22809, E-Mail: bhigazi@gwdg.de, Web: www.innerearlab.uni-goettingen.de; www.hno.med.uni-goettingen.de
    Ansprechpartner/in: Prof. Dr. Tobias Moser








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