12 PhD student positions within the doctoral program "Understanding Ubiquitylation: From Molecular Mechanisms to Disease"

University of Würzburg

Würzburg, Germany

Our doctoral program integrates internationally recognized research groups in a unique collaborative framework to study key mechanisms of the ubiquitin system underlying human diseases. It provides an excellent platform for research and training using state-of-the-art technologies in structural biology, biochemistry, molecular cell biology, tumor biology, microbiology, functional genomics, in silico drug design and proteomics. The research program is complemented by scientific seminars and workshops, as well as career development opportunities offered jointly with the Graduate School of Life Sciences at the University of Würzburg.

We offer
• a competitive international research environment
• an interdisciplinary and structured PhD program
• a culture of welcome and support for international students

We are seeking highly qualified, enthusiastic students holding a M.Sc. or equivalent degree with a suitable background in the life sciences. Applicants must be fully proficient in English and should have completed their degree by April 2020. Knowledge of German is not required.

Please apply via recruiter’s website.