Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) invites applicants for PhD positions.
Are you passionate about understanding the molecular basis of health and disease, and translating your findings into clinical applications? Are you interested in one of the following topics?
Are you interested in one of the following topics:
At the MDC, we believe that to be a great scientist, one needs to train a diverse set of competences. To support our PhD researchers to develop both personally and scientifically, we offer a structured PhD program in a research-intensive atmosphere, including:
Students may join our MDC-NYU PhD Exchange Program in Medical Systems Biology, or become associated with the interdisciplinary HEIBRiDS Data Science School. The working language of the program is English.
Berlin is one of the most vibrant cities located in the heart of Europe. It offers an incredible load of entertainment, cultural and recreational activities. The MDC is situated at two locations in Berlin: majority of infrastructure is located on Campus Berlin-Buch, a modern science and biotechnology park with a clear focus on biomedicine, while laboratories and offices of the Berlin Institute for Medical Systems Biology (MDC-BIMSB) are located on Campus Berlin-Mitte. Family-friendly campus offers services to support the compatibility of work and family life, such as campus kindergarten or fully equipped Parent-child room. Join our community of 400 international PhD students and enjoy studying and living in Germany!
We are committed to meet today’s challenges in biology and medicine and realize that excellent science requires outstanding researchers. If you aspire to be one of them – welcome to the MDC!
Via our online recruitment portal! Applications via email can unfortunately not be accepted.
Application deadline: January 12, 2020.
MDC adheres to principles of responsible research, good scientific practice, openness and transparency, and is committed to setting a good example as a scientific environment where scientists can flourish and grow, independently of their national or ethnic background, functional variation, sex/gender identity/alignment/orientation, family configuration, or other such feature of their persons or contexts.