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Master thesis available

Systems Chronobiology


Master thesis available
Systems Chronobiology
AG Prof. Robles

Our group studies circadian and sleep dependent molecular processes using mass spectrometry-based quantitative proteomics. We employ a wide range of molecular and biochemical approaches focused on RNA, DNA, proteins and posttranslational modifications as well as cell culture methods and mammalian tissue handling. In addition, our group works with different data analysis software and bioinformatic platforms.

We are looking for highly motivated master students with skills in biochemistry, cellular biology and/or bioinformatic who are interested in circadian biology and proteomics. The student could work in one of our current research projects, for example:

  • Characterization of novel interactors of the core clock protein machinery at the chromatin.
  • Role of post-translational modifications in core circadian clock proteins.
  • Circadian function and pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC).

We offer a direct supervision by a senior PhD student or postdoc, training in experimental planning, biochemical/molecular and quantitative proteomics methods in an international group of researchers.

If you are interested, please send a cover letter, CV and, if available, references to crobles@med.lmu.de, until 15.04.2024.

Visit our website for more information about our research and the members of our international team: