Heidelberg Scholarships in Germany 2020 (Fully Funded). Applications are now open for Heidelberg University in the year 2020. Heidelberg Scholarships in Germany offer Phd scholarship in neurology, molecular, and cellular mechanisms governing neuronal morphology and functioning. It is open for international students from any nationality. The program is fully funded for three years and would start in winter 2020.
The selected candidates will examine the mechanisms governing Phosphatidylserine Intramembranous dynamics and its impact on the integrity, viability and survival of mature neurons in the mouse hippocampus and retina. The project depends on a mixture of in vitro and in vivo ideas and multidisciplinary techniques, including biochemical assays, viral vectors to modulate expression of target genes, time-lapse fluorescence microscopy, Morphometrics and toxicity
Brief Overview: Heidelberg Scholarships in Germany 2020
- Location: Germany
- Host Organization: Heidelberg University
- Duration: Three years
- Program: Phd
- Opportunity: Fully Funded
- Deadline: 24 January 2020
Heidelberg Scholarships Benefits:
Fully Funded Ph.D In Germany for three years.
Applicants must be confident and independent with good communication skills
Candidates having experience in time-lapse fluorescence microscopy, animal handling (i.e. FELASA certificate), neurobiology, and/or molecular biology have a bonus in selection
Ability to work in an international environment
Fluency in English
- All official documents in one pdf file
- Cover letter and resume expressing your previous work and motivation for the Scholarship program
- Two Reference letters
The last date to apply for Heidelberg University is 24th January 2020.
How to Apply:
You need to all the required documents mentioned above with application form through e-mail to the below-mentioned e-mail address:
Prof. Dr Mauceri by e-mail (email@example.com)
Prof. Dr Daniela Mauceri Heidelberg University, Neurobiology Department In Neuenheimer Feld 366, 1.OG 69120 Heidelberg
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