The Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin is a joint medical faculty, which serves both Freie Universität Berlin and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. As one of the largest university hospitals in Europe with an important history, it plays a leading role in research, teaching and clinical care. The Charité university hospital has also made a name for itself as a modern business with certifications in the medical, clinical and management fields.
Scientific Assistant (PhD student)
Charité Campus Mitte
The Charité Comprehensive Cancer Center (CCCC) is a clinical and scientific institution of the Charité and coordinates interdisciplinary oncological patient care, research, and training. The CCCC organizes the cooperation between all Charité centers that diagnose and treat tumor patients in interdisciplinary organ tumor centers and tumor focal points.
The Granada Research Group is part of the translational research department of the Charité Comprehensive Cancer Center (CCCC).
The methods depend on the projects and focus mainly on theoretical and computational work. Writing mathematical models of tumor progression and performing computer simulations that can be tested in the laboratory. Implementation of data analysis approaches to study the response of tumor cells.
Depending on the project, the design and implementation of new single-cell experiments
Independent evaluation and documentation of the results
Writing of scientific publications
Participation in scientific events and presentation of the results at congresses
University degree (equivalent diploma/master) in the field of natural sciences
For example, but not exclusively: physics, mathematics, computer science, biochemistry, biophysics, biotechnology, bioinformatics.
Good communication and writing skills in English
Good programming knowledge
Team spirit and self-organisation
How to apply:
Please send your application quoting the reference numer to:
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Charité Comprehensive Cancer Center,
Dr. Adrian Granada
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suitability, competence and professional performance. At the same time, it strives to increase the percentage of women in management positions and takes this into consideration where candidates are equally qualified within the limits of what is legally possible. Applications from people with a migrant background are also explicitly welcome. Severely disabled applicants are given preferential consideration in the case of candidates with equal qualifications. An extended certificate of conduct must be submitted. Any travel expenses incurred cannot be reimbursed.
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