Dec 10, 2009

PhD students at International Leibniz Graduate School Systems Biology Lab

The International Leibniz Graduate School Systems Biology Lab on a Chip
(SBLOC) is a co-operation between the Institute for Analytical Sciences (ISAS), the department of Systemic Cell Biology of the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Physiology and the departments of Chemical Biotechnology and Micro Structure Technology at the Technische Universitat Dortmund. This interdisciplinary environment gives ideal prospects to develop novel cell analysis methods and procedures for systems biology based on lab on a chip technology as well as the possibility to acquire comprehensive knowledge of the various scientific and technological fields.

The program is open to qualified young science and engineering graduates with excellent student records. They must hold a Masters, Diploma or equivalent degree in science or engineering that allows direct admission for doctoral studies in Germany. The degree should include an experimental research experience of at least four months. Applications by those awaiting the award of their degree are welcome. It only has to be conferred before entering the program.

S-BLOC admits five PhD students once a year. Applications for the program starting at September 1, 2010 should be posted by January 8, 2010 (delivery date).

The successful applicants will be highly motivated, have a willingness to learn new methods, demonstrate initiative, responsibility and the ability to work in an interdisciplinary team.

S-BLOC is an equal opportunities employer.

More information can be found at

Applications should be posted by January 8, 2010 (delivery date) to the address below.

International Leibniz Graduate School S-BLOC
c/o ISAS Institute for Analytical Sciences
Dr. Dirk Janasek
Otto-Hahn-Str. 6b
44139 Dortmund

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