International Max Planck Research School - Molecular Biomedicine (IMPRS-MBM)
and Cell Dynamics and Disease (CEDAD)
International PhD Program in Life Sciences Münster, Germany
Münster's Graduate Program on Cell Dynamics and Disease (CEDAD) offers cutting edge science together with the newly founded International Max Planck Research School - Molecular Biomedicine (IMPRS-MBM).
CEDAD and IMPRS-MBM - jointly run by the University of Münster and the - offer integrative approaches to biomedical research with a strong emphasis on imaging.
Stem Cell Biology
The application deadline for the 3-year PhD program is June 15, 2009.
Projects start in October 2009. Application forms, further information about the program and research projects can be found at
http://www.cedad. uni-muenster. de
The program offers excellent scientific and transferable skills training. The program language is English. There are no tuition fees. Successful candidates will receive a competitive tax-free fellowship as well as support with administrative matters, accomodation, visas etc.
We invite applications from highly qualified and motivated students of any nationality.
We are looking forward to your application for a PhD fellowship in Münster, "the world's most liveable city" (LivCom Award 2004).
Contact: Dr. Martin K. Wild, CEDAD / IMPRS-MBM, Schlossplatz 5, 48149 Münster, Germany, cedad@uni-muenster. de
http://www.jobs. ac.uk/jobs/ CJ581/16_ PhD_Fellowships