Join a new graduate school at the interface of biology and computation: IMPRS-BAC in Berlin
We are looking for outstanding graduates from all over the world – whether you have a degree in biology, biochemistry, bioinformatics, computer science, mathematics or something related, as long as you have a passion for working at the interface of biology and computation, this may be the place for you. Come and join our international community in Berlin, Germany, and work on an exciting research project in any of our areas of interest: epigenetics, developmental biology, mathematical modeling, biological sequence analysis, mechanobiology, stem cells and differentiation, statistics, molecular evolution and many more.
The International Max Planck Research School for Biology And Computation is a collaboration between Freie Universität and Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics.
- a master’s or comparable degree in a relevant subject, awarded by October 2019;
- some experience with computational or biological research;
- knowledge in biology or computation with a willingness to gain the other;
- very good written and spoken English;
- a project proposal that matches one of our PI’s research interests
- cutting-edge research in a variety of areas in biology and computation
- 3 years’ funding to work on your PhD
- a degree from the Freie Universität Berlin
- excellent supervision from both sides of the spectrum through a thesis advisory committee
- a flexible and challenging curriculum of scientific and transferable skills
- the opportunity for travel to present your work
- an international program in one of Europe’s most exciting cities
- apply by February 14th, 2019 via www.molgen.mpg.de/IMPRS/application
- shortlisted candidates are interviewed in person or via video call April 8th-10th, 2019
- successful candidates start their PhD between May and November 2019
Please prepare your CV, your academic record, a research proposal and ask two referees to provide references and apply through www.molgen.mpg.de/IMPRS/application.