The German Diabetes Center (DDZ), Leibniz Institute for Diabetes Research at Heinrich Heine University (HHU) in Düsseldorf is funded by the Federal Ministry of Culture and Science of the State of North Rhine-Westphalia. The DDZ as an interdisciplinary institute links molecular and cell biological basic research with clinical investigation.
The DDZ aims at developing new approaches for the prevention, early detection, diagnosis and treatment of diabetes mellitus and at improving the treatment of its complications. The DDZ is a member of the German Center for Diabetes Research (DZD).
The Research Group “Systematic Reviews” (Head: Dr. Sabrina Schlesinger) within the Institute for Institute for Biometrics and Epidemiology (Director: Prof. Dr. Oliver Kuß) at the German Diabetes Center is looking for a
Research associate (m/f/div.) Part-time (50%) (temporary position)
Ihr Aufgabengebiet umfasst
- Conducting systematic reviews and meta-analyses in type 2 diabetes research with a focus on obesity, nutrition and physical activity.
- Conducting systematic reviews in type 1 diabetes research.
Wir erwarten von Ihnen
- Skills: Reliability, flexibility, commitment, teamwork skills.
- Degree: PhD degree in Nutrition, Epidemiology, Public Health, Medicine or equivalent.
- Experiences: in conducting systematic reviews (use of biomedical literature databases and reference management software) as well as use of statistical software (e.g. STATA, SAS, R, SPSS).
Wir bieten Ihnen
- Support towards independent scientific work, scientific career development, and an interesting workplace in a highly motivated team.
- The position is to be awarded starting at 20.02.2023 as replacement for maternity/parental leave and runs for 1 year.
- Family-friendly working conditions and professional equality. Since May 2011, the DDZ has been certified by the „career and family audit“. The provision of section §7 (1) of the Part-Time and Fixed-Term Act is taken into account.
- The salary is based on qualification and experience according to TV-L in its current version for North Rhine-Westphalia.
- Females are encouraged to apply, and in the case of equal qualification will be given preference.
- Handicapped persons will be given preference.