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Saturday, 24 April 2010 20:46

The International Graduate School in Molecular Medicine Ulm funded by the Excellence Initiative of the German Federal and State Governments in cooperation with its partner institutions in Finland, Italy and the USA kindly invites applications from highly qualified and motivated individuals for

8 PhD studentships

to commence in April 2010. The successful candidates will perform their PhD projects partly in Ulm and partly in the partner institutions.

The International Graduate School in Molecular Medicine Ulm is a central institution of Ulm University providing high quality training for doctoral students in a structured, three year?s programme. The scientific basis for the International Graduate School in Molecular Medicine Ulm are externally funded research networks with proven excellence.

Successful candidates are expected to work in one of the following research projects:

H. Barth (Ulm) and C. Montecucco (Padua):

C3-fusion proteins as macrophage/monocyte-selective transporters

S. Fulda (Ulm) and S. Hammond (Chapel Hill):

Apoptosis checkpoints in glioblastoma stem cells

H. Kestler (Ulm) and M. Comin (Padua):

Protein-protein interaction networks: target prediction and validation

J. Kirchheiner (Ulm) and H. McLeod (Chapel Hill):

Pharmacogenomics of EGFR inhibitor skin toxicity

S. Kochanek (Ulm) and P. Ng (Houston):

Vector targeting to liver

J. Münch (Ulm) and R. Swanstrom (Chapel Hill):

Role of amyloids in HIV and SIV neuropathogenesis

J. H. Niess (Ulm), H. C. Reinecker (Harvard Medical School):

TLR signals in the colonic lamina propria

K. L. Rudolph (Ulm), R. Soininen (Oulu) and D. A.Ramsden (Chapel Hill):

RRM2B (p53R2) in stem cells

PhD students will receive a tax-free fellowship of 1200 ? per month for 3 years. Travel expenses between Ulm and the partner institutions will be covered by the Graduate School.

Physically disabled applicants receive favourable consideration when equally qualified.

The deadline for application is December 11, 2009. For application please use the application form. Our website provides further details about the application procedure and research projects. Short listed candidates will be invited for an oral presentation and interviews to Ulm in February 2010.

For further information please contact: Prof. Dr. Michael Kühl (email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) or PD Dr. Dieter Brockmann (email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ).

Applications including the application form must be sent to:

International Graduate School in Molecular Medicine Ulm
Meyerhofstraße, N 27 / 2.011
89081 Ulm
Germany

or via email to: phd.molmed(at)uni-ulm.de

Please indicate on the envelope the index number 79.

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