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Protein Analysis of Clinical Samples using Mass Spectrometry
Name der Firma
Universitätsklinik Freiburg

Abteilung
Institut für klinische Pathologie

Adresse
Breisacherstr. 115A


79106  Freiburg im Breisgau
DEUTSCHLAND
Ansprechpartner
Thien-Ly Julia Dinh (M.Sc.)

Telefonnr.


Mobil
-

Email
thien-ly.julia.dinh@uniklinik-freiburg.de

Website/Homepage
https://www.uniklinik-freiburg...
The Schilling Lab is focused on both translational proteomics and proteolytic signaling. We utilize mass spectrometry (MS) as analytical tool because of its high sensitivity, specificity and high-throughput.

We work in an interdisciplinary research environment and use a broad range of methods on a daily basis. We are used to communicate in English, since we have and had many international scientists and students in our group.
Besides work, we also do a lot of group activities together (food, board games, movie nights etc.).

We are happy to receive your application in German or English!

If you are new in Freiburg:
The city Freiburg is located in the south of Germany. It takes around 1 h by train to get to the black forest, Strasbourg (France) or Basel (Switzerland). There is a wide range of activities and shops in Freiburg and surroundings. The majority of inhabitants are students and the preferred means of transport is the bicycle.

Kategorie der Stelle
Praktikum

Art der Anstellung
Vollzeit

Tätigkeitsbereich
Forschung

Arbeitszeit in h / Woche
8.00 Stunden

Anzeige eingestellt am
17.03.2020
Stundenlohn
-

Frühester Eintrittstermin
01.07.2020

Wenn befristet, Endtermin
31.12.2020

Zielgruppe
Studenten
The Schilling laboratory is located at the Institute for Surgical Pathology, University Medical Center of Freiburg in Germany. We are currently searching for an intern who can support us in following project (starting in July 2020 or later):

Proteomic analysis of muscle invasive bladder cancer (MIBC)
Urothelial bladder cancer ranks among the top 9 malignancies worldwide with ~30% of cases presenting as muscle-invasive disease. Signaling between tumor cells and the tumor microenvironment is a key determinant of the biology of most solid tumors. In our project, we are investigating the impact of oncogenic driver mutations on cell-matrix signaling in bladder cancer.

How your day at works look like:
- Sample preparation of formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded samples of patients with MIBC for mass spectrometry (MS) analysis
- Cell culture experiments with human bladder cancer cell lines and subsequent MS analysis



- Education in science, medicine or related (>2 years)
- Interest in cell biology and bioanalytics
- Lab experience in cell culture would be of advantage
- Good understanding in biochemistry and basic rules of arithmetic
- We value openness, team spirit, analytical thinking, as well as personal initiative
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