PhD Positions: LGSA Call for Application
The Leibniz Graduate School on Aging belongs to the Leibniz Association - a non-university research organization equivalent to the Max Planck Society and the Helmholtz Association. The Graduate School offers an international postgraduate program for students with excellent qualifications. The participating research groups work on Molecular Biology, Molecular Genetics, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Cancer Biology and Neurobiology to investigate the multifaceted mechanisms that cause the development of age-related diseases and those that cause senescence and aging.
Training and research within the PhD program are interdisciplinary. Lecture series, seminars, journal clubs and courses as well as training in presentation skills and language classes complement the practical work. A
thesis committee provides comprehensive support and the mentorship in the career development of the student. The program language is English.
Eligible are students that have obtained, or that will obtain within half a year, an academic degree comparable to the master degree or diploma in natural sciences (e.g. Biology, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Physics, and Chemistry) with excellent marks.
Further information on the Leibniz Graduate School on Aging and Age Related Diseases (LGSA) including application guidelines can be found at http://www.leibniz-fli.de/career-development/graduates/.
For the first step please acquaint yourself with the research of the participating groups and with the application procedure on our website, fill in the application form and send it electronically to the LGSA.
Deadline for submission is April 15th.
While applying for the job please refer to jobvector and use the following reference number: Job ID 1606
About Leibniz-Institut für Alternsforschung
Außeruniversitäre Forschungseinrichtung Mitglied der Leibniz Gemeinschaft (WGL) Our Mission Human ageing is a multifactorial process controlled by both environmental and genetic factors. Our mission is to understand the molecular mechanisms that underlie the ageing process and that lead to age-related diseases. We hope that eventually this knowledge can contribute...More about Leibniz-Institut für Alternsforschung