The PhD programme funded by the German Research Foundation is administered by the Technical University Munich and Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich in close cooperation with Moscow State University.
The main scientific goal is to combine computational and experimental approaches to achieve a qualitatively new level of understanding of cellular regulatory systems and their evolution, with a spezial emphasis on signaling networks. Specific areas of investigation include comparative genomics of metabolic and regulatory systems, network-based interpretation of transcriptome and proteome data, and posttranscriptional regulation mechanisms.
Students in the 3-year program will receive a monthly stipend of €1,365 plus family and child care allowances, if applicable. Special career development awards are available for outstanding female applicants.
We seek outstanding, highly-motivated candidates of any nationality with a strong background in biology, computer science, or bioinformatics. Excellent communication skills and fluency in English are required. TUM and LMU are equal opportunity employers and strive to increase the percentage of female employees.
For application please use the online application system!!
Tentative Application Deadline : 31 March 2010
Dipl. Biol. Claudia R. Luksch
Koordination Graduiertenkolleg 1563
Lehrstuhl für Genomorientierte Bioinformatik
Technische Universität München
Please follow the link http://www.graduatecenter-lmu.de/recess