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Institution Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy - Department of Chemistry
Remuneration group TV-L E13
Full-time / Part-time Part-time (65%)
Start date As soon as possible
Application deadline 2024-07-31

About us:

The advertised position is integrated in the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) group at the Department of the LMU Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy. We offer research in the areas of virus assembly and enzymatic catalysis. A doctoral thesis with us offers the opportunity to deepen your knowledge in preparative and analytical techniques: Biochemistry of proteins and nucleic acids and NMR spectroscopy. We collaborate intensively and in an interdisciplinary way, for example with research groups from virology, electron microscopy and computational chemistry.

We are looking for you:

Doctoral researcher (m/f/x)

in Munich

Your tasks and responsibilities:

  • Carry out your research project independently in the context of a doctoral degree
  • Interest in following scientific developments and literature and incorporating them into your project
  • Collaboration with international and interdisciplinary partners
  • Publication of results and participation in conferences
  • Willingness to assist in teaching courses at the Department of Chemistry.

Your qualifications:

We welcome applications from students with (future) Master's degrees in the natural sciences, preferably (bio)chemistry and pharmacy. Skills in magnetic resonance and biochemistry are very welcome, but more important is interest and commitment to learn the techniques.


The position is available immediately and is paid according to TV-L E13, 65%. The workplace is located at Campus Munich-Großhadern with very good connections to public transport. Our laboratories and workplaces are newly furnished and excellently equipped. We are an international team that values helpfulness and cooperation. We offer varied and challenging work, opportunities for further training and development.

People with disabilities who are equally as qualified as other applicants will receive preferential treatment.


Interested students can contact Prof. Anne Schütz ( Please provide a curriculum vitae, your master's degree certificate or a current transcript of grades, information on your most recent final thesis, as well as a letter of motivation and the contact details of three people who supervised you during your studies.

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