International PhD Program in Biomedicine

University of Tübingen, Faculty of Science, DFG Research Training Group (GRK 2381)

Application deadline: March 3rd, 2019.

Activities and responsibilities

The University of Tübingen, Germany, has an open call for fully funded

 PhD positions

starting July 1st, 2019.

Successful candidates will join our recently funded DFG Research Training Group

 cGMP: From Bedside to Bench (GRK 2381)

aiming to gain critical new insights into cGMP’s role in cancer, cardiovascular diseases, and neurological disorders.

Qualification profile

We are looking for highly motivated graduates holding a Master's degree to join our recently funded DFG Research Training Group.

Further information on this PhD program and application details can be found on our GRK 2381 Website at https://uni-tuebingen.de/en/141767

The University of Tübingen seeks to increase the fraction of female scientists in research and teaching and particularly encourages applications from women. Disabled candidates are given preference if equally qualified.

Benefits

We offer an exceptional research and educational environment:
  • Multidisciplinary projects covering biochemistry, biophysics, cell signaling, neurobiology, pharmacology, physiology
  • State-of-the-art technologies including transgenic mouse models and advanced bio-imaging
  • Structured qualification program with workshops, summer schools, soft skill courses, conferences, optional internships in the pharmaceutical industry
  • Strong international networking including internships in Boston (e.g. at Harvard Medical School)

Send application to

Please see GRK 2381 Website at https://uni-tuebingen.de/en/141767

While applying for the job please refer to jobvector and use the following reference number: GRK 2381-jv

About Universität Tübingen

We study cell signalling in mammals by an approach that we call "in vivo biochemistry". To this end, we use state-of-the-art transgenic mouse technology and try to "watch" biochemical processes in real time in living cells, tissues and mice. Specifically, we are interested in the role of the signalling molecule cGMP in health and disease , with a current focus on cell growth and...

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