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The research focus of the Institute of Diabetes Research lays on understanding the pathogenesis of type 1 diabetes, on identifying mechanisms and predictive markers of the disease, and the translation of findings into clinical trials to prevent type 1 diabetes in humans. The Institute is particularly interested in deciphering the molecular mechanisms of islet autoreactivity, and the interaction of environment, genes, and the immune response. The ultimate goal is to develop therapies for the prevention and cure of islet autoimmunity and diabetes.
The laboratory of Dr. Teresa Rodriguez-Calvo within the Institute of Diabetes Research at Helmholtz Munich, is seeking a Research Technician to join a collaborative group studying type 1 diabetes. We are looking for a highly motivated individual to investigate the pathogenesis of type 1 diabetes in humans. You will have the opportunity to analyze pancreatic tissue sections provided by the Network for Pancreatic Organ Donors with Diabetes (nPOD). You will be part of a collaborative project with the laboratory of Prof. Matthias Mann at Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry. Together, we aim to provide a cell-type resolved proteomic analysis of pancreatic islets of Langerhans at different disease stages.
"Our work is focused on defining and characterizing the hallmarks of type 1 diabetes. We closely collaborate with the Network for Pancreatic Organ Donors with Diabetes (nPOD) to study the human pancreas from deceased donors at different stages of their disease. This has allowed us to discover novel pathological aspects, which have opened new lines of investigation that will shape our understanding of the natural history of type 1 diabetes."
The selected candidate will receive general instructions on routine work and detailed instructions on new assignments. Training will be provided.
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If you fulfil all the requirements, you may be eligible for a salary grade of up to E 9. Social benefits are based on the Collective Wage Agreement for Public-Sector Employees (TVöD). The position has an (initial) fixed term of 6 months but may be extended under certain circumstances.
We are committed to promoting a culture of diversity and welcome applications from talented people regardless of gender, cultural background, nationality, ethnicity, sexual identity, physical abilities, religion or age. Qualified applicants with physical disabilities will be given preference. If you have obtained a university degree abroad, we will require further documents from you regarding the comparability of your degree. Please request the Statement of Comparability for Foreign Higher Education Qualifications as early as possible.