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1-2015

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Job Appointments

Hannover Biomedical

Research School (HBRS)

PhD

Opportunities

in a First Class

Research

Environment

Hannover Biomedical Research School, as part of Hannover Medical School (MHH),

invites applications for the above PhD studentships, to commence in October

2015. The three-year study programs, taught in English, are aimed at post-

graduates in Medicine, Veterinary Medicine as well as those from Life Science

fields. The PhD program “Regenerative Sciences” is also open to students from

the various disciplines of Natural and Materials Sciences. As well as working on a

research project, students also attend seminars, lab and soft-skill courses,

congresses and summer schools. Successful candidates will be awarded a PhD,

alternatively Dr. rer. nat. Scholarships are fully funded by the DFG (Excellence

Initiative), MHH and partner institutes.

We are looking for highly-motivated candidates who have an active interest in

one of the fields associated with one or more of the programs on offer. Excellent

written and spoken English skills are required. With nearly two thirds of our

students coming from outside Germany, international applicants are welcome.

Deadline for completed applications is April 1st, 2015. Online applications are

invited at

www.mh-hannover.de/hbrs.html

PhD “Molecular Medicine”:

The program aims to form a bridge between Science

and the Clinic, in research as well as in teaching.

PhD “Infection Biology”:

Students focus on the main topics in Infection, Immu-

nology, Microbiology, Virology and Cell Biology.

PhD “Regenerative Sciences”:

Research and teaching concentrate on basic topics

in regenerative sciences, regeneration of the 4 organ systems covered in the

Cluster of Excellence REBIRTH, additional organ systems, enabling technologies,

regulations and processes involved in translation from bench to bedside, ethics.

GraduateSchoolofExcellence

2nd Cologne Summer School in Neural circuit

analysis

on the cellular and subcellular level

Understanding nervous system activity in its physiological and patho-

physiological conditions is a fundamental goal of the neurosciences.

We examine nervous system function in health and disease across

the molecular, cellular and network level. For eighteen Master’s

students we announce a ten-day summer program with lectures

and hands on experiments in neural circuit analysis.

The summer school will take place

from

July 13th - 22nd

in the

biological department

and medical faculty

of the University

of Cologne.

For more detailed information please visit the website:

http://rtg-nca.uni-koeln.de/12642.html

Please submit your application via email to:

Dr. Isabell Witt,

Email:

isabell.witt@uni-koeln.de

Zülpicher Str. 47a, D-50674 Cologne, Germany

Phone: +49(0)221 470 1683,

Fax: +49(0) 221 470 1632

Application

deadline:

April 30,

2015

16 PhD Fellowships in

Life and Natural Sciences

The

International Max Planck Research School – Molecular Bio-

medicine

(IMPRS-MBM) and the

Cells in Motion Excellence Cluster

(CiM) offer

16 PhD Fellowships in Life and Natural Sciences

. More

PhD positions financed by work contracts may be offered depending

on availability.

CiM and IMPRS-MBM – jointly run by the

University of Münster

and the

Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine

– offer

integrative approaches to

biomedical research

with a strong

emphasis on

imaging

. PhD projects range from the analysis of basic

cellular processes to clinical translation, from the generation of

mathematical models to the development of new imaging-related

techniques and compounds.

Research areas:

Cell and Molecular and Biology • Developmental and Stem

Cell Biology • Vascular Biology • Immunology •

Microbiology • Neurobiology • In vivo Imaging • High

Resolution Optical Imaging • Biophysics • Chemical Biology

• Label Chemistry • Mathematical Modelling • and more

Applications for the 3-year PhD program can be submitted from

10 February – 15 April 2015

. Projects start in October 2015. Appli-

cations can

only

be submitted via our

online

system.

For online application and further information go to

www.cim-imprs.de

The program offers excellent scientific and transferable skills training,

a competitive tax-free fellowship and support with administrative

matters, accomodation, visas etc. There are no tuition fees. The pro-

gram language is English. We invite applications from highly qualified

and motivated students of any nationality from biological sciences,

chemistry, mathematics, computer sciences and physics. We are

looking forward to your application for a PhD fellowship in Münster,

“the world’s most liveable city” (LivCom Award 2004).

Contact:

cim-imprs@uni-muenster.de

International Max Planck

Research School

Molecular Biomedicine

and

Cells in Motion

Graduate School

Joint PhD program of the University of Münster and the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine

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