Technische Universität Dresden - Center for Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering (CMCB), Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden (CRTD)
The TU Dresden is one of eleven German universities that were identified as an “excellence university”. TUD has about 36.500 students and almost 5319 employees, 507 professors among them, and, thus, is the largest university in Saxony, today.
Having been committed to sciences and the engineering before the reunification of Germany, TU Dresden now is a multi-discipline university, also offering humanities and social sciences as well as medicine.
Junior Research Group Leader
(subject to personal qualification, remuneration according to salary group E 15 TV-L with Tenure-Track to W2)
The position is to be filled as soon as possible. The position is initially limited to six years according to the Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz – WissZeitVG (Fixed Term Research Contracts Act) and aims at obtaining further academic qualification. Competitive funding will be provided for the position of the group leader and their group, depending on qualification and subject to negotiation. During the fifth year, at the latest, a tenure track evaluation will be carried out by an inter-faculty and inter-departmental commission. Provided a positive evaluation result, you will be appointed to a permanent chair (W2). The evaluation procedure is based on mutually agreed evaluation criteria at the start of the service. Essential performance criteria are scientific success in the form of relevant and high-quality scientific achievements documented by publications, the acquisition and successful management of third-party research funds, commitment to and success in teaching programmes, promoting young researchers, networking in the scientific community as well as commitment in academic self-administration.
The CRTD is a research institute comprising numerous core groups and a network of more than 85 research groups working in the areas of haematology, diabetes, neural regeneration and degeneration as well as bone regeneration.