Jobs at the MPI-CBG

ELBE postdoctoral fellows program

Fully funded fellowships for distinguished independent postdoctoral researchers to join the Center for Systems Biology Dresden (CSBD) for a duration of 2 to 3 years.

Application Deadline: 10.03.2019

Postdoctoral Position (m/f) in Cell Biology

The group of Marino Zerial is looking for a highly-motivated postdoctoral candidate with strong background in cell biology to work on the delivery of oligonucleotide therapeutics.

Application Deadline: 31.12.2018

Auszubildende/n zur/zum Biologielaborant/in

Für unser Institut suchen wir zum 7. August 2019 eine/n Auszubildende/n zur/zum Biologielaborant/in.

Application Deadline: 31.12.2018

Postdoctoral candidate (m/f) in Computational Biology

Interested in proteins, mutations, evolution and like programming?
We are looking for motivated postdoctoral fellows (m/f) in Computational Biology for two new interdisciplinary projects in the laboratory of Dr. Agnes Toth-Petroczy.

PhD Program / PhD Students

MPI-CBG recruits 20 - 25 PhD students once per year. Acceptance as PhD student at MPI-CBG is exclusively through the International Max Planck Research School for Cell, Developmental and Systems Biology. Deadline for the 2019 recruitment is 06 December 2018. Please send all inquiries to...

Postdoctoral Position in Genomics

The Hiller lab is looking for a postdoc with a background in computational or biological sciences.

Postdoctoral position in Digital Atlases of Development

The Myers lab is looking for postdocs with computational and biological expertise

Specialist in Genome Engineering (scientist with a PhD level degree, m/f)

Our Genome engineering facility is looking to recruit a Specialist in Genome Engineering (scientist with a PhD level degree, m/f).

Postdoctoral Researcher in Genome Engineering (m/f)

Our Genome engineering facility is looking to recruit a Postdoctoral Researcher in Genome Engineering (m/f).

Postdoctoral Position to study the Origin of Life

The Kreysing Lab at the MPI-CBG successfully applied for a 1.3M€ collaborative research grant, and is now offering a