Open Positions

Below you will find listed open PhD positions in RIGeL laboratories within the four different research fields as well as open positions in external institutions and companies.

 

PhD Positions

 

Cellular Biochemistry and Biophysics

Dr. Christoph Engel / Prof. Ross Hannan: PhD position in Crystallography and Cancer Biology (collaborative project of the UR and the Australian National University, Canberra)

 

Molecular Ecology and Evolution

If you are interested in a particular research area or project you can directly contact the respective project leaders of the RIGeL Faculty and discuss open positions, possible projects, possibilities for funding and formal requirements.

 

Neurobiology

If you are interested in a particular research area or project you can directly contact the respective project leaders of the RIGeL Faculty and discuss open positions, possible projects, possibilities for funding and formal requirements.

 

Biomedicine

Prof. Dr. Ernst Tamm (Institute of Human Anatomy and Embryology): PhD position Molecular Mechanism of Glaucoma

PhD position SFB / Transregio 221: GVHD therapy with in vitro expanded regulatory T cells (appl. deadline: 16.12.2018)

 

Others

Postdoc position: Fachbereich Medizin, Zentrum für Humangenetik, AG Prof. Johannes Schumacher, Philipps Universität Marburg (appl. deadline: 18.01.2019)

Postdoc position: Fachbereich Medizin, Abteilung für Kardiologie, Molekulare Kardiologie, Philipps Universität Marburg (appl. deadline: 14.12.2018)

PhD position: International PhD program in cancer research, DKFZ Heidelberg (appl. deadline: 05.01.2019)

 

Contact

RIGeL - Regensburg International Graduate School of Life Sciences
University of Regensburg
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93053 Regensburg
Germany

 

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Email: rigel.school@biologie.uni-r.de
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