GRK 2606 „ProtPath“
Call for applications for 11 PhD student positions in Protease Research in Freiburg – the sunniest place in Germany!
The Research Training Group 2606 entitled Understanding Protease Functions in Cellular Pathways through Discovery and Analysis of Protease Substrates (ProtPath) is a German Research Foundation (DFG)-funded doctoral program for research concerning proteases, their substrates, and their functions in biology and medicine. Biochemistry, cell biology, genetics, and proteomics are the key methodologies of our research endeavor.
We have formed an excellent scientific network integrating 11 projects located on internationally renowned research institutes and departments of Freiburg University and its Medical Center. Our mission is to support the fully-funded PhD work of early-stage researchers that have completed their undergraduate training in a life science subject. We aim to develop motivated, responsible, and scientifically independent researchers fit for the postdoctoral job market in academia, biotech, and industry.
We are looking for highly motivated PhD candidates of all nationalities who are strongly committed to basic and translational research. If you want to join us, please apply online until September 20th, 2020.
The project start will be between January 1st and April 1st, 2021.
Check for individual project descriptions, how-to-apply, and learn more about GRK 2606 on:
|Title||Call for applications for 11 PhD student positions in Protease Research in Freiburg|
|Employer||GRK 2606: Research Training Group “ProtPath”|
|Job location||Albert Ludwigs University Freiburg and Freiburg University Medical Center, 79104 Freiburg|
|Published||July 20, 2020|
|Application deadline||September 20, 2020|
|Job types||PhD  |
|Fields||Biotechnology,   Neuroscience,   Biomedicine,   Cancer Research,   Biochemistry,   Structural Biology,   Pathology,   Molecular Biology,   Immunology,    and 10 more. Genetics,   Cell Biology,   Systems Biology,   Catalysis,   Chemical Biology,   Immunochemistry,   Molecular Chemistry,   Radiochemistry,   Pharmacy & Pharmacology,   Molecular Medicine  |