RESIST is not only a vibrant research network, but also an employer and career supporter for young investigators. Should there be no concrete job offers, we as a Cluster of Excellence are of course always interested in committed and talented scientists. Therefore, please do not hesitate to send us a speculative application. Please send your application directly to the respective research group leader.

Should we have no job offers and therefore no current job postings on this page, you are welcome to apply spontaneously. Please send your application to the respective research group leader.

Current job offers

Scientific working Group Leader

The Laboratory of Prof. Dr. Gesine Hansen within the Department of Pediatric Pneumology, Allergology and Neonatology at Hannover Medical School offers the position of a scientific working group leader.

Job description:

The working group leader will operate at the interface between the clinic director and head of the working group, the scientists, physicians and the technical staff. The tasks include own creative research and creative input into the projects of the group, support of manuscript and grant preparation, project management, and communication with collaboration partners, managing laboratory equipment, support of on- and off-boarding processes of institute´s employees. He/she will support the clinical director in the communication with collaborating laboratories, funding bodies and authorities.

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  • Starting date: as soon as possible

  • The contract will be for two years with the possibility for extension

Postdoctoral position to investigate mechanisms of respiratory infections

Postdoctoral position to investigate mechanisms of respiratory infections In RESIST (‘Resolving Infection Susceptibility’) we wish to recruit a postdoctoral research associate to work in the group of Prof. Gesine Hansen. The project aims to better understand the immunological mechanisms of respiratory infections, especially RSV infections, in very young children in order to develop new preventive and therapeutic approaches for this often life threatening infant infection.

The analysis will be performed in vitro as well as in murine models and with biosamples of a clinical cohort of young children with severe RSV infection. The project is performed in collaboration with the group of Prof. Thomas Pietschmann, Institute of Experimental Virology, TWINCORE.

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