Nanoparticle-Protein and Nanoparticle-Cell Interaction

The Institute of Biophysics, University of Ulm, Germany, is seeking to fill a PhD student position for the study of nanoparticle-protein complexes and interactions between nanoparticles and cells, funded within the program SPP 1313 (Bio-Nano-Responses) of the German Science Foundation (DFG). At the institute, a variety of advanced fluorescence microscopy techniques are available, including ultra-high resolution variants (4Pi, TIR), in combination with quantitative fluorescence techniques with single-molecule sensitivity (FCS, FRET, FLIM). In this collaborative project, our group provides advanced fluorescence microscopy tools for the investigation of spatial and temporal aspects of specifically functionalized nanoparticles interacting with cultured cells.

Deadline:: 15. November 2008

Long: 3 years


The position can be filled immediately. Applicants should be highly motivated and hold a Diploma or MSc in physics/biophysics or (bio-)physical chemistry.

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Comment by RAMESH.R on October 22, 2008 at 12:20pm
Respected Sir

Greetings and good morning,

I would like to introduce myself as a Research Scholar in the Department of Animal science, Bharathidasan University,Tiruchirappalli, Tamilnadu , India. I am working in the field of AQUATIC NANOTOXICOLOGYNANOTOXICOLOGY -NANOPARTICLES-DOSE RESPONSE IN FISH SPECIES) I am very much interested to work in these kind of research areas related in aqautic organisms. so I request you to kindly send me the detail about the Nanotoxicology research DETAILS .This will be useful to my research work.

I am waiting for your favourable reply

Thanking you

Yours sincerly

C/o Dr. P.Subramanian ,Professor and Head
Dept. of Animal Science
Bharathidasan University
Tiruchirappalli - 620 024
Tamil Nadu - INDIA.

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