At the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, clinicians and scientists are working in close cooperation on the causes of complex diseases of the brain and searching for new ways of their treatment. For this, besides a modern clinic with all facilities and equipment required for patient care and research, there are well-equipped laboratories available. Here, neurobiological research methods from behavioral studies to molecular genetics can be applied. The aim is to optimize the benefit of research for the patients by the way of close and innovative networking of basic research-oriented and clinical neuroscience.
The Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry, Munich, Germany, is one of the leading research institutes worldwide working on the neurobiology of psychiatric disorders based on a truly translational approach, combining both clinical and basic research.
We are currently seeking an
Experienced scientist (m/f/d) with expertise in data science
to join the DZPG at the earliest opportunity.
The German Center for Mental Health (DZPG) is a new national research network of six sites, including the LMU Hospital (KUM) and the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich. The advertised position is equally funded by both institutions.
The DZPG Munich aims to integrate and expand existing research resources to develop and implement effective clinical procedures for preventing, diagnosing, and treating mental illnesses through accelerated translation of research findings. It follows a participatory research approach and implements an Open Science policy. The DZPG Munich is part of the German Centers for Health Research (DZG, deutschezentren.de), which consolidate high-level research and receive long-term support from the federal government and the German states.
We hope to have sparked your interest and we look forward to receiving your online application, indicating your possible starting date as well as the following documents:
- Letter of motivation expressing your research interests along with a brief summary of your previous projects
- A complete CV and your contact details
- At least two relevant references
Applicants with dissabilities with equal qualifications will be given preferential treatment. Women are especially encouraged to apply.