Open position 60
Time Span 01 Oct 2015 for 3 years
Field of Research
- Mathematics / Natural Sciences
- Veterinary Medicine/Agriculture, Forestry, and Nutritional Sciences
Hannover Biomedical Research School, as part of Hannover Medical School (MMH), invites applications for the above PhD studentships, to commence in October 2015.
The three-year study programs, taught in English, are aimed at post-graduates in Medicine, Veterinary Medicine as well as those from Life Science ﬁelds. The PhD program “Regenerative Sciences” is also open to students from the various disciplines of Materials Sciences. As well as working on a research project, students also attend seminars, lab and soft-skill courses, congresses and summer schools. Successful candidates will be awarded a PhD, alternatively Dr. rer. nat. Scholarships are fully funded by the DFG, Volkswagenstiftung, MHH and partner institutes.
We are looking for highly-motivated candidates who have an active interest in one of the ﬁelds associated with one or more of the programs on offer. Excellent written and spoken English skills are required. With nearly two thirds of our students coming from outside Germany, international applicants are welcome. Deadline for completed applications is April 1st, 2015. Application forms to be found on the website on www.mh-hannover.de/hbrs.html
PhD “Molecular Medicine”:
The program aims to form a bridge between Science and the Clinic, in research as well as in teaching.
PhD Infection Biology:
Students focus on the main topics in Infection, Immunology, Microbiology, Virology and Cell Biology.
PhD Regenerative Sciences:
Research and teaching concentrate on Developmental Biology, Stem Cell Biology, Biology of Ageing and Degeneration, Growth Factors and Other Regenerative Agents, Cell Therapy, Tissue Engineering including Materials and Natural Sciences, and Ethical as well as Regulatory Implications.
at least 6 month research experience
Language of Dissertation
- Reports, certificates
- Letter of Motivation
- List of Publication
- Others : Description of Research Experience
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