Contact, Vacancies, Links

Contact

Dr. Johannes Hohlbein
Laboratory of Biophysics, Wageningen UR
Stippeneng 4, 6708 WE, Wageningen, NL
phone: +31-(0)317-482635
mail: johannes.hohlbein (at) wur (dot) nl

Vacancies

Ph.D. students and Postdoc applicants

Unfortunately, there are currently no open positions available. Prospective Postdoc applicants are encouraged to send me a letter of motivation, a CV and a short project proposal as there are some funding opportunities available (Marie Curie, EMBO, NWO Veni,…).

Internships, Bachelor- and Master-theses

Love single molecules? We are always looking for interested students to work on various projects at the interface of biology, chemistry, and physics. Current projects include (but are not limited to):

  • Studying DNA – protein interactions using single-molecule techniques in vitro (DNA polymerases, plant related transcription factors,…)
  • Super-resolution microscopy and single-particle tracking on antiviral defence (with Laboratory of Microbiology) and in food systems (with Food Process Engineering and Laboratory of Bionanotechnology)
  • Nanofluidics
  • Development of hardware and software for single-molecule detection
  • (Additional cross-interdisciplinary projects on request)

See also here for further information.

Links

Disclaimer: I am by no means responsible for the content of the linked websites.

1. Groups and Laboratories in Wageningen

Biomolecular Sciences Seminar SeriesLaboratory of BiophysicsLaboratory of BiochemistryLaboratory of Physical Chemistry and Colloid ScienceLaboratory of MicrobiologyLaboratory of BioNanoTechnologyCAT-AgroFood

2. Groups worldwide

Cordes (Groningen)Hof (Prague)Huebner (Luebeck)Kapanidis (Oxford)Mathwig (Groningen)

3. Things to know (microscopy, fluorescence, and more)

WOSM (Warwick Open Source Microscopy)Microcopy4u (Nikon: site for all aspects of fluorescence and microscopy)Olympusfluoview (Olympus: similar site with many java tutorials)DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service)

4. Favourite software

Code::BlocksFijiFirefoxInkscapePymolZoteroLyX