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PhD positions at IMPRS-MCB

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International Max Planck PhD Program
IMPRS for Molecular and Cellular Biology
We are looking for talented and motivated students with a passion for science, aspiring to work towards a PhD in the fields of
Immunobiology, Epigenetics, Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Functional Genomics, Bioinformatics and Proteomics
We offer:
  • Exciting scientific projects
  • Stimulating international research environment
  • Access to state-of-the-art core facilities
  • Intensive individualised mentoring
  • Rotations in three laboratories before you start your PhD project
  • Structured training complementing your PhD research
The IMPRS-MCB PhD program is organized by the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology and Epigenetics and the University of Freiburg. Our scientists are internationally renowned experts in their fields and you will have a chance to profit from their expertise. You will also have an opportunity to interact with high-profile international speakers hosted by our faculty and build up your scientific network by attending local and international conferences.
  • MSc, MRes, Diploma or an equivalent degree in Biology, Biomedicine, Chemistry or related sciences, to be obtained latest 6 months after the application deadline
  • Practical experience in the lab working on scientific projects
  • Excellent English language skills and the desire to work in a dynamic international team
You will find more information about the program and how to apply on our website

Application deadline for fall term: March 31, 2015

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Germany (Baden-Württemberg)
Working place
79108 Freiburg
Area of expertise
Biology & Life Sciences