Max Planck Institute, Martinsried, Germany; Supervisor: Andreas Pichlmair
- To assess protein stability and degradation in herpesvirus infected cells
- Protein-protein interactions between viral and cellular proteins
- Understanding Impact of herpes virus infection on the cellular proteome.
- Identify proteins that are regulated in activity during herpesvirus infection.
- Identification of pathways that are affected by herpesvirus infection.
- Aarhus University, Denmark; Proteomic assessment of herpesvirus infections in vivo
- Janssen/Crucell, The Netherlands: Technological advancement of AP-MS procedure
- Solid theoretical background in virology and biochemistry
- Interest to learn a wide spectrum of methodologies
- Curiosity in complex cellular processes
Based on a full-time appointment, the duration of the appointment as a Marie Curie ITN fellow will be for a maximum period of 3 years.
Andreas Pichlmair, Research group leader Innate Immunity laboratory
Max-Planck Institute for Biochemistry
Am Klopferspitz 18
D-82152 Martinsried / Munich