Joining the Glaubitz Lab
We are always looking for highly motivated co-workers interested in membrane protein biophysics/biochemistry and solid-state NMR. Entering these projects is possible at all levels from internship to PhD or postdoc. An academic background in biochemistry/biophysics/chemistry is required. We offer an excellent research environment including a 850 MHz widebore instruments and a 263 GHz solid-state DNP setup, computing and biochemical facilities. Help with fellowship applications is provided.
BSc Projects for Biochemistry Students 2019/20
- A limited number of projects is always available but since we are a small lab, please get in touch well in advance if you are considering joining the group.
MSc Projects for Biochemistry/Biophysics/Chemistry Students 2019/20
- Projects for biochemistry, chemistry or biophysics students are available. Please get in touch if you are intersted in joining the lab as a Master student.
Please contact Clemens Glaubitz if you are interested in joining the lab.
We offer exciting research and a state-of-the-art research infrastructure including high field solid-state NMR (850 and 600 MHz) and two DNP spectrometers. The lab is part of the Frankfurt Centre for Biomolecular Magnetic Resonance (BMRZ), the research network SFB 807 “Transport across membranes “ and the Cluster of Excellence “Macromolecular Complexes”. It takes part in various European research and infrastructure initiatives. The lab is located at the new Riedberg Campus of the Goethe University, which is a recognised hotspot for membrane protein research, structural biology and magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
There are no postdoctoral vacancies at the moment but untersted candidates are welcome to contact us and discuss fellowship application options.
Enquiries and applications shall be addressed to Clemens Glaubitz (firstname.lastname@example.org). Formal applications should include a CV, a summary of the Diploma/Master thesis, copies of degree certificates and names of two scientists who could provide letters of support.
Prof. Dr. Clemens Glaubitz
Membranbiophysik & Festkörper-NMR
Institut für Biophysikalische Chemie