Postdoc and PhD Positions for Research in Advanced Light Microscopy

The Max Planck Research Group of Knut Drescher is looking for postdocs and PhD students, to start in early 2015. The lab is located at the Max Planck Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology in Marburg, Germany. The lab also maintains close connections to the Department of Physics of the Philipps University Marburg.

The research will use methods from optics, microscopy, and biophysics to understand how and why bacteria form multicellular communities known as “biofilms”. The particular project will involve the development of custom light microscopes and the application of these microscopes to imaging the development of bacterial biofilms. Other members of the lab have backgrounds in biophysics, molecular biology, and evolutionary biology, which reflects the interdisciplinary nature of our research.



Knut Drescher, PhD


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