Faculty members recruiting PhD students in 2018

This is an overview about the faculty offering supervision or PhD positions (fully funded) for starting the PhD in 2019. Information on the application process can be found here. On February 8, 2019 application will be closed. Please click on the project or on faculty member to receive more information. You can find the full list of IMPRS-GS faculty here. All faculty members are potential supervisors for a PhD within the IMPRS-GS, when you have your own and already secured funding.

Heike Bickeböller

University Medical School
Department of Genetic Epidemiology
Genetic Epidemiology
Project description

Requirement: skills in Biostatistics and/or Genetic Epidemiology



Lukas Cyganek

University Medical School -
Stem Cell Unit / Cardiology and Pneumology
Disease Modelling
Project description

Requirement: skills in stem cell culture, CRISPR/Cas9 and/or omics approaches



Patrick Cramer

Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry -
Department of Molecular Biology
Functional Genomics and Computational Biology
Project description

Requirement: skills in Bioinformatics and/or Functional Genomics, Molecular Biology



Hannelore Ehrenreich

Max Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine -
Clinical Neuroscience
Phenotype-based Genetic Associations
Project description

Requirement: Bioinformatics, genetics, GWAS, PGAS, translational & clinical neuroscience



Ivo Feussner

University of Göttingen -
Department for Plant Biochemistry
Metabolomics
Project description

Requirement: Skills in Metabolomics



Dirk Görlich

Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry -
Department of Cellular Logistics

Skills required:
Nuclear Transport
Project description

Requirement: skills in Bioinformatics and/or Molecular/Cellular Biology



Peter Rehling

University Medical School -
Cellular Biochemistry
Mitochondrial proteome/interactome
Project description

Requirement: skills in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology


Melina Schuh

Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry -
Dept. of Meiosis
Nuclear Transport
Project description

Requirement: single cell RNA-seq, NGS, single cell proteomics, advanced microscopy techniques, image analysis


Johannes Söding

Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry -
Research Group Quantitative and Computational Biology
Computational Genomics
Project description

Requirement: Bioinformatics, Scripting / Programming, good grasp of Statistics



Jörg Stülke

University of Göttingen -
General Micobiology
Functional microbial genomics
Project description

Requirement: skills in Genome Annotation, Databases