Open Doctoral and Postdoctoral Projects

Current job advertisements of Kiel University

You can find current job advertisements of the university here.


 

RTG TransEvo doctoral positions

The Research Training Group "Translational Evolutionary Research" is inviting applications for up to 14 doctoral positions. The graduate programme starts with a rotation period of 2.5 months, followed by a three-year research project. You can find a list of the research projects here. The language of the RTG is English. The deadline for applications is 15 August 2019.

You can find the call for applications here.


 

Doctoral Research Topics in Marine Sciences

Are you looking for a doctoral research topic in marine sciences? In the brochure  Doctoral Research Topics in Marine Sciences you find several doctoral research topics that we hope will attract and inspire you to do a doctorate in marine sciences in Kiel. This list is by no means exhaustive, but gives you a flavour of the diversity of research groups and topics you could work on. Please note that these topics do not include funding of a doctoral position.

The topics are offered by scientists from Kiel University and GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel.


 

MD stipends at CRC 877 "Proteolysis as a Regulatory Event in Pathophysiology"

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In frame of the Collaborative Research Center (CRC) 877 Proteolysis as a Regulatory Event in Pathophysiology the Integrated Research Training Group Proteases and Pathophysiology offers 10 MD stipends per year. Prerequisite is the participation in the research of one of the scientific projects of the CRC 877.  

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The general aim of the CRC 877 is to obtain a profound understanding of proteolytic processes in cellular regulation and signaling and to define the involvement of such processes in human pathophysiology. Its goal is to define the molecular mechanisms regulating the proteolytic steps in signaling cascades and to understand the conceptional difference between proteolytic steps and other fast and reversible signaling events such as phosphorylation and methylation. This understanding will not only help to define pathophysiologic situations mediated by cytokines and growth factors but also to define points of intervention for the development of novel therapeutic principles.

For more information please contact:

Prof. Dr. Christoph Becker-Pauly
Biochemical Institute
Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel
Email: cbeckerpauly@biochem.uni-kiel.de

Involved Institutions:
Biochemical Institute, CAU-Kiel
Institute of Immunology, UKE-Hamburg
Institute of Clinical Molecularbiology, CAU-Kiel
Institute of Experimental Medicine, CAU-Kiel
Center for Child- and Youth-Medicine, Unit Biochemistry, UKE-Hamburg
Institute of Immunology, CAU-Kiel
Clinic of Dermatology, CAU-Kiel