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Doctoral Program Fellowships Life Sciences

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The Graduate School of Life Sciences (GSLS) invites applications for its

Doctoral Program Fellowships

The University of Würzburg is one of Germany’s leading universities in the life sciences. Internationally renowned research institutions provide exceptional research opportunities. The GSLS comprises > 400 doctoral researchers and >200 principal investigators. It runs research training programs in the following sections:

Biomedicine | Clinical Sciences | Infection and Immunity | Integrative Biology | Neuroscience

We offer
• widely visible international research environment
• personal fellowship for three years provided by the GSLS and a host laboratory
• funding of research and conference expenses (5000 EUR/year, granted for at least one year)
• supervision and mentoring by a thesis committee
• network of peers and tutoring for international students
• scientific and professional skills training (including mentoring program for female PhD students)

We expect
• passion for and experience in research
• excellent university degree obtained within the last two years, usually a Master of Science (if graduation is expected by January 2017 you may also apply)
• proven excellent oral and written English skills
• eagerness to work in an interdisciplinary and international environment
• a clear understanding on what you want to work on

Application deadline: 23 September 2016

Interested? http://www.graduateschools.uni-wuerzburg.de/life_sciences

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Job profile

Working hours
Contract duration
Type of job
PhD Project
Work experience
job experience is not required
Germany (Bayern)
Working place
97080 Würzburg
Area of expertise
Biology & Life Sciences