A central physiological process – energy homeostasis – regulates the energy balance within the body. An energy imbalance can have severe consequences on health and has led to the obesity pandemic with approximately two billion overweight people world-wide. This in turns leads to a substantially-increased risk for common chronic and fatal illnesses including type 2 diabetes, cardio-vascular diseases and cancer.
In the CRC/TRR Brown and Beige Fat an internationally-coordinated research consortium of renowned and leading experts in the field of energy metabolism (and systems energetics) strive to shed light on the cascade of organ crosstalk, signaling and energetics in close collaboration with computational biologists, bioinformaticians and physicians. As the central data computational unit, we will conduct research with 17 project partners from the life and medical sciences and make use of and establish data analysis and integration as well as mechanistic modelling to unravel underlying biological function.
The deadline for the application round is March 15, 2022.
Application documents (cover letter, CV, certificates, two reference letters) should be submitted as soon as possible as a single PDF file via email.
Contact: Prof. Dr. Jan Hasenauer, email@example.com
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