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2012 Postdoctoral Positions in MS-based Proteomics at University of Copenhagen, Denmark

The research at the Department of Proteomics is headed by Professor Matthias Mann and consists of three independent groups lead by Dr. Chunaram Choudhary, Dr. Jesper V. Olsen, and Dr. Michael L. Nielsen respectively.

-The candidate is required to have a PhD or equivalent degree in natural or medical science. -Excellent scientific track record, including at least one publication as first author in a high quality, peer reviewed international journal. International experience is desirable. -Prior experience in biochemistry, immunofluorescence microscopy, cell culture and/or protein chemistry techniques is desirable. -Knowledge in genetics and biology, cell signaling, high-throughput protein-protein interactions, or chromatin biology would be considered a distinct advantage. -Prior experience in high resolution mass spectrometry (LTQ Orbitrap Velos or Q-Exactive) is desirable, but not a requirement. -Good communication skills in English, both oral and written. Knowledge in bioinformatics or skills in statistical computational environment such as “R” is an advantage, but not a requirement -An analytical aptitude for devising innovative scientific or technical solutions. -Demonstrate enthusiasm, motivation, flexibility and confidence. - The candidate is expected to drive his/her own research project, actively participating in laboratory meetings and helping to train students.