You want to be part of the TRR333 BATenergy Team?

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In the DFG-funded CRC/TRR333, researchers from Bonn, Hamburg and Munich are working closely together.

They are investigating different types of adipose tissue and their role in metabolism. The focus is on brown adipose tissue (BAT) and beige adipose tissue. In the CRC/TRR333, a total of 25 project leaders work closely together in 19 scientific subprojects and in the integrated graduate college.

Here you can find an overview of the currently advertised positions in our Team. 

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Secretary Assistance (m/f/d)

At the Institute for Pharmacology and Toxicology we are looking for a secretary assistant.

Doctoral candidate (m/f/d) 

The research group of the Pfeifer lab is focusing on metabolism and energy balance. The dissertation will be compiled within the context of the newly approved DFG-sponsored CRC/TRR333. 


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PhD student (m/f/d) Endocrine programming of metabolic chromatin landscapes

At the Chair of Metabolic Programming (Prof. Dr. Henriette Uhlenhaut), we are looking for a curious and motivated graduate student (m/f/d/) to obtain their PhD degree in functional genomics. The project is embedded into lively and vibrant research consortia (funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)), focusing on the hormonal control of metabolism and mechanisms of chromatin interactions by the glucocorticoid receptor.


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Research Assistant Junior/ PhD Students (f/m/d)

Project I
This project will investigate the role of gut microbial metabolites, such as short-chain fatty acids and bile acids, in the regulation of thermogenic responses in brown and white adipose tissue.

Project II
For thermogenesis, brown adipocytes take up large amounts of lipids. This project will investigate the mechanisms by which adipose tissue vascular endothelial cells regulate brown adipocyte energy supply.

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