PhD Graduate Program in lmmunobiology, Epigenetics, and Metabolism at IMPRS-IEM


PhD Graduate Program in lmmunobiology, Epigenetics, and Metabolism at IMPRS-IEM

The International Max Planck Research School of Immuno­biology, Epigenetics, and Meta­bolism (IMPRS-IEM) is looking for talen­ted and motivated students (m/f/div) with a passion for science, aspiring to work towards a PhD in the fields of 

lmmunobiology, Epigenetics, Cell Biology, Biochemistry, Metabolism, Functional Genomics, Bioinformatics, and Proteomics

We offer: 

  • Stimulating English language program in an inter­national research environment
  • Access to state-of-the-art core facilities
  • Laboratory rotations to help you choose the right PhD project for you
  • Intensive individualized mentoring
  • Structured training with a flexible curri­culum to comple­ment your project

The IMPRS-IEM PhD program is organized by the Max Planck Institute of lmmunobiology and Epi­genetics and the University of Freiburg. Our scientists are inter­nationally renowned experts in their fields and you will have a chance to profit from their exper­tise. You will also have an oppor­tunity to interact with high-profile inter­national speakers hosted by our faculty and build up your scientific net­work by attending local and inter­national conferences. 


  • MSc, MRes, Diploma, or an equivalent degree in Biology, Bio­medicine, Chemistry, or related sciences, to be obtained latest by the start of the pro­gram in May 2022
  • Practical experience in lab work on scientific projects
  • Excellent English language skills and the desire to work in a dyna­mic international team

You will find more information about the program and how to apply on our website

Application deadline – November 3, 2021

International Max Planck Research School for Immunobiology, Epigenetics, and Metabolism (IMPRS-IEM)

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Deadline: 2021-11-03
Location: Germany, Freiburg
Categories: Bioinformatics, Cell Biology, Epigenetics, Functional Genomics, Immunobiology , Immunology, Metabolism, PhD, Proteomics, Researcher,


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