|| In this project, which is funded by the DFG within the SFB 1324 (Mechanisms and Functions of Wnt Signaling), we use light‐optical fluorescence microscopy to study molecular interactions in cells, tissues and organisms that are involved in the Wnt signaling pathway. Our research focuses on the development and application of novel techniques based on super‐resolution fluorescence microscopy (STED nanoscopy and single molecule localization microscopy) as well as light sheet microscopy. We study fast molecular dynamics with a wide array of quantitative analysis methods (SPT, FCS, FRET, FLIM, FRAP).
We are looking for a scientist with an excellent Master‘s degree in
physics/biophysics or related areas who is interested in the development of optical instruments, careful biophysical experimentation and computer-based quantitative data acquisition and analysis. Strong interest in interdisciplinary research is indispensable.