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Head Injuries in Football

  • Full or part time
    Prof T Meyer
  • Application Deadline
    Tuesday, December 31, 2019
  • Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)
    Funded PhD Project (Students Worldwide)

About This PhD Project

Project Description

The Scholarship
The institute awards a full-time PhD scholarship (1.200 €/month) for up to three years. Interested PhD candidates can apply for the following topic
Head Injuries in Football The project will be conducted in collaboration with the University Paderborn and supervised by Prof. Tim Meyer & Prof. Claus Reinsberger. Thus, the successful candidate has to be willing to conduct parts of the project at the partner institution in Paderborn.

The Institute
Leading institute in the area of football research, focussing on training monitoring, recovery, injuries, match analysis, and female football. A licensed FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence, with established collaborations to Universities around the world.

The Candidates
Requirements are a Master’s or a equivalent degree in Sport Science, Medicine or related disciplines, strong communicational skills in English, both written & spoken & prior experience in research & high performance environments.

The Application
Candidates send applications including CV, description of academic performance & research experience, translated copies of university certificates (German or English), two letters of recommendations & a letter of motivation, no later than December 31st 2019 to the address below (preferably as single PDF file by mail). For detailed information visit sportmedizinsaarbruecken.de.

Institute of Sports and Preventive Medicine
PhD Program Coordinator: Dr. phil. Sabrina Skorski
Head of Program: Prof. Tim Meyer
Saarland University // Campus Building B8.2 // 66123 Saarbrücken // Germany
+49 681 302 70411 // // http://www.sportmedizin-saarbruecken.de

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