Switzerland Institute of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine (IBMM), University of Bern, Switzerland
Research group website: abriellab.org
Join our dynamic research group led by Prof. Hugues Abriel at the University of Bern, Switzerland, as we explore novel molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying lethal cardiac arrhythmias. Our laboratory is based in the picturesque city of Berne, the Federal City of Switzerland, at the heart of Europe. Our work focuses on ion channel mutations in patients and families with genetic arrhythmia syndromes and the regulation of cardiac ion channels. In this project, we will hire two PhD students: one will focus on the biochemistry and structure of cardiac ion channels, while the other one will concentrate on cellular electrophysiology and single-channel recordings.
• Aspiring PhD (or MD-PhD) student • Experience in membrane protein biochemistry, molecular biology, or cellular electrophysiology/biophysics is a plus, but not required
Start Date: July 2023 (the positions remain open until suitable candidates are found)
Graduate School Details
Visit www. gcb.unibe.ch
Swiss National Science Foundation (3-4 years PhD studentships)
• Letter of motivation • CV • Names of two academic references • Submit your application as a single PDF file via email to [email protected]
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
These positions are open to applicants worldwide, with a commitment to increasing diversity, equity, and inclusiveness.
Contact: Kevin Rupp, Assistant to Prof. Hugues Abriel, MD PhD IBMM, University of Bern, Bühlstrasse 28, CH-3012 Bern, Switzerland