PhD position

-Raman and surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy on cells and biophysical model systems
-Application of nanoparticulate materials to cellular systems
-Adaptation of spectroscopic instrumentation to biological applications
-Implementation of chemometrics and imaging for monitoring of cytotoxic processes

-Diplom or equivalent education in chemistry, physics, or biophysics
-Experience and interest in optical spectroscopy (Raman, fluorescence) and instrumentation
-Basic knowledge in programming
-Interest in working with cell cultures
-Language requirements: English (good quality writing and speech)

For more information please call +49-(0)30-2093-7171 oder +49-(0)30-8104-5738 or via e-mail:

Women are explicitly encouraged to apply.

Please mail your complete application (curriculum vitae, list of publications, references, certificates/copies), by 31st October, 2008 (mailing date), stating no. 162/08 – I.4
Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und –prüfung (BAM)
Referat Z.3
Unter den Eichen 87
D-12205 Berlin, Germany

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