A PhD program for Future Leaders in Science

Integrating Biology, Physics, and Computer Science, the International Max Planck Research School for Cell, Developmental, and Systems Biology trains talented young researchers seeking a doctoral degree. Housed at three sites in Dresden, our PhD students work with top scientists from over 50 nations to ask: How do cells form tissues and organisms? Our PhD students show tremendous passion for cross-disciplinary science and pursue new directions in research. This site introduces you to our Predocs, Group Leaders, and Program. Learn more in a nutshell about our blend of quality research and fast-paced learning. If you have the drive and discipline to succeed in this environment, we encourage you to apply.

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PhD Positions 2017

Application Closes: 15 Jan 2017

Interview Week: 13-17 Mar 2017

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THESIS DEFENSE | Lora Winters

9 December 2016

"Mechanism of spindle assembly in Schizosaccharomyces pombe - The role of microtubule pivoting in spindle assembly"

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THESIS DEFENSE | Ayse Güven

8 December 2016

"The role of Sox9 and extracellular matrix in the development and evolutionary expansion of the neocortex"

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