15 PhD students (salary 65% E13 - scientist)
Job Offer Details
International Graduate School Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
The International Graduate School
Molecular Interactions of Pathogens with Biotic and Abiotic Surfaces - GRK1409 -
(funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft - DFG) offers 15 PhD positions (65% E13) and 3 MD fellowships in the Life Sciences.
The third class will start on October 1st, 2012 (5 PhD positions) resp. January 1st, 2013 (10 PhD positions). Funding will be for 36 months.
Deadline for applications is June 1st, 2012 (positions starting October 2012) resp. September 1st, 2012 (positions starting January 2013).
The Graduate School combines research interests of groups from the Departments of Medicine, Biology, and Chemistry to investigate the molecular interactions of pathogens with cellular barriers and abiotic surfaces. The three-year PhD program will provide excellent training and research opportunities in molecular and cellular biology, biochemistry, infectiology, microbiology, and molecular biomedicine accompanied by additional training offered by several soft skills programs. Opportunities for an internship (up to 3 months) in an international laboratory will be given.
The Graduate School offers a continuous educational program conducted in English including training courses in experimental techniques. Seminars given by leading international scientists will foster a broad view on current topics in molecular life sciences. The program encourages close cooperation across scientific disciplines in a stimulating scientific environment.
International applications are encouraged.
For further information concerning research opportunities and the application forms please go to: http://zmbe.uni- muenster.de/GRK1409
October 01 2012 / January 01 2013
Language of the Doctoral Thesis
Requirements for Applicant
Subject Requirements (Qualification)
recent MSc or equivalent in the life sciences
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University / Organisation advertising the position
University / Organisation
Faculty / Institute
The International Graduate School GRK1409 WWU M�nster c/o Institute of Infectiology - ZMBE
Supervisor of the Doctoral Thesis
Herr Prof. Dr. M.Alexander Schmidt
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