Exceptional research, scientific training and mentoring at the cutting edge - the MPI-CBG and its International Max Planck Research School for Cell, Developmental and Systems Biology (IMPRS-CellDevoSys) are a great place for ambitious, curious and independent minds who want to earn a PhD in life sciences, computer science, or physics, and who aim at becoming a future leader in science.

In a nutshell, the IMPRS features:

  • merging systems biology with cell and developmental biology approaches to elucidate the central question 

"How do cells form tissue?”
  • Independence, freedom and state-of-the-art facilities supporting you in ground-breaking thesis projects
  • exemplary conditions in a highly attractive and inspiring environment
  • a vivid and international network.

All PhD students at MPI-CBG are members of the IMPRS-CellDevoSys. Apply if you are enthusiastic and passionate for interdisciplinary science and research, and wish to become part of our challenging research endeavour!

Contact: Dr. Birgit Knepper-Nicolai, PhD Program Coordinator, Head of PhD Program & Grants Office

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