Job ID: 12645

Research Coordination Assistant (open to m/f/d applicants) in Würzburg/Germany

Position: Research Coordination Assistant

Deadline: 1 October 2021

Contract Length: maximum 4 years

City: Würzburg

Country: Germany

Institution: University Hospital Würzburg

Department: Clinical Research Group ResolvePAIN


The University Hospital Würzburg (UKW) offers the position of a Research Coordination Assistant (m/f/d) at the Clinical Research Group ResolvePAIN. The position is limited to a maximum of 4 years.

The clinical research group KFO5001 ResolvePAIN of the German Research Foundation (DFG) involves clinical and basic scientists from the UKW. Principal investigators are based in the Departments of Neurology, Anesthesia, Psychiatry, Clinical neurobiology (Würzburg) and physiology (Charité Berlin, Leipzig).
In ResolvePAIN, we aim to investigate recovery patterns and mechanisms of pain resolution in the peripheral somatosensory system. We are utilizing a combined translational approach involving clinical, preclinical, and basic sciences as well as pilot studies on CNS control over the peripheral processes.

We are looking for an open-minded, enthusiastic, committed and research-loving scientist with additional qualifications in (clinical) research organization and project management. You completed your studies above average with a doctoral degree in neurosciences or pain research. You thrive in international teams and appreciate communicating science. Excellent command of German and English is advantageous

You will assist the speaker and the scientific coordinator of the KFO5001 in outreach and dissemination, lab organization and digitalization, setting up a biomaterials platform and respective SOPs, clinical research organization as well as publications. It aims to increase the proportion of women and therefore specifically encourages qualified women to apply. If necessary, the UKW will support you in finding accommodation and childcare. Disabled people will be given priority if they are equally qualified.

Further information can be obtained from the speaker Prof. Dr. Claudia Sommer ( or the scientific coordinator Prof. Dr. Heike Rittner, Anesthesiology ( Please send your application in one pdf to:

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