Stem Cell Biology
Stem Cell Biology
Studentships starting October 2017
The Copenhagen Bioscience PhD Programme is designed to introduce students to a range of world-class research within biomedicine and biotechnology, and equip them with exceptional skills for their future careers. The four-year PhD Programme is a unique new concept for PhD education in Denmark, with students recruited initially to the Programme rather than individual labs.
The Insitute of Reconstructive Neurobiology at the University in Bonn, Germany invites applications for a PhD position.
As a pharmaceutical company with a 130-year history, we know full well what
a difference it makes when you have good connections with one another: it creates an informal environment combined with just the right amount of innovative energy. That’s why we offer students and graduates with a background in mathematics, science, technology, or IT the opportunity to get involved in plenty of exciting projects where they can really show off their talents.
PhD student (m/f) – CNS Diseases Research
Psychiatric diseases - iPSC derived disease models
We are seeking a highly motivated and ambitious candidate to join the Brickman Lab. Candidates are required to have a master’s degree in biology, biochemistry, medicine or human biology, or similar, and a general understanding of developmental and/or stem cell biology.
We are looking for PhD students ( and Ph.D. on B.Sc. ) to join our regenerative biology research group at Yeditepe University, Istanbul (http://regbio.yeditepe.edu.tr/index.html).
A European CoFunded PhD position (IC-3i PhD program) for an international student the Bardin lab at the Institut Curie in Paris. This project will follow up our recently published work on genome instability in adult intestinal stem cells in Drosophila (Siudeja, Cell Stem Cell, 2015). It will be done in collaboration with the lab of Dr. Lehnard Rudolph at the Leibniz Institute on Aging in Jena, Germany with the student spending a 3 month period in this lab.
The Copenhagen Bioscience PhD programme is a new initiative that offers talented students with a university degree from outside of Denmark an opportunity to launch their careers in the vibrant environment of the Novo Nordisk Foundation research centre cluster.