PhD positions (65%) Research Training Group 1873

University of Bonn
University Hospital Bonn

The Research Training Group 1873
“Pharmacology of 7TM-receptors and downstream signaling pathways”
funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), offers
PhD positions
(65 %)
Start: 1st October, 2016
The Research Training Group 1873 (RTG 1873) is investigating pharmacologically relevant signaling pathways. The following disciplines are represented by the participating research groups: pharmacology, physiology, pharmaceutical biology, and pharmaceutical/medicinal chemistry. The RTG 1873 provides a structured, three year English language training program in an interdisciplinary and international research environment. A special emphasis lies on the international exposure of our PhD students (e.g. International Exchange Program).
We are looking for highly motivated students with a recent excellent university degree in the above mentioned or related fields (Bachelor of Science/Master of Science, German State-Exam in Pharmacy or Medicine).
Distinct interest in scientific research and above-average motivation to manage the PhD project is expected. Very good English language skills are a prerequisite to join the English language PhD program.
For details about the application requirements, PhD projects, and the training program, please visit our website at:
We offer salary according to the German salary scale TV-L E13, Jobticket and supplementary benefits in the public sector (pension plan according to VBL).
The University of Bonn is an equal opportunities employer.

Please submit the required application documents only via E-mail (one merged PDF-file) to
Dr. Elisabeth Mies-Klomfass, Coordinator RTG 1873,
c/o Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology,
University of Bonn, Biomedical Center,
Sigmund-Freud-Str. 25, D-53127 Bonn
Application deadline:                      15th Mai, 2016


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