Deadline: 2015-04-15
Level Of Study: PhD

16 PhD Fellowships in Life and Natural Sciences

The International Max Planck Research School Molecular Biomedicine (IMPRS-MBM) and the Cells in Motion Excellence Cluster (CiM) offer 16 PhD Fellowships in Life and Natural Sciences. More PhD positions financed by work contracts may be offered depending on availability.

The CiM Graduate School and IMPRS-MBM – jointly run by the University of Munster and the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine – offer interdisciplinary approaches to biomedical research with a strong emphasis on imaging. PhD projects range from the analysis of basic cellular processes to clinical translation, from the generation of mathematical models to the development of new imaging-related techniques and compounds.

Research areas:
Cell and Molecular and Biology * Developmental and Stem Cell Biology
Vascular Biology * Immunology
Microbiology * Neurobiology
In vivo Imaging * High Resolution Optical Imaging
Biophysics * Chemical Biology
Label Chemistry * Mathematical Modelling
and more.

Applications for the 3-year PhD program can be submitted from 10 February  15 April 2015. Projects start in October 2015. Applications can only be submitted via our online system.

For online application and further information go to

The program offers excellent scientific and transferable skills training, a competitive tax-free fellowship and support with administrative matters, accomodation, visas etc. There are no tuition fees. The program language is English. We invite applications from highly qualified and motivated students of any nationality from biological sciences, chemistry, mathematics, computer sciences and physics. We are looking forward to your application for a PhD fellowship in Munster, “the worlds most liveable city” (LivCom Award 2004).

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