A one year PhD grant is available at the Laboratory of Immunology in cooperation with the Department of Internal Medicine and clinical biology of large animals for study on the pathogenesis of bovine neonata (BNP). This research involves the identification of the mechanism, the target cells and the target antigen. Techniques which will be used are immunofluorescent stainings, flow cytometry, fluorescent activated cell sorting, live cell imaging, ELISA and proteomics. There are possibilities to prolong the grant. The applicants should have basic laboratory experience and be a team player with a strong sense for initiative and responsibility. Interested candidates must have a master degree in veterinary sciences, biology, biotechnology, bio-engineering, biomedical sciences, or equivalent.