The International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) on Understanding Complex Plant Traits using Computational and Evolutionary Approaches is a local collaboration between the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding Research (MPIPZ).
- Applicants must be highly qualified and motivated student from any nationality.
- Applicant to hold or expect to hold a Master’s degree in a related subject.
- Applicant must have a proved track record of academic and research excellence and are fluent in written and spoken English.
Duration: Positions are fully funded for 3 years with possible extension.
- Apply online
- How is the distribution of chromosomes at meiosis I controlled?
- Elucidating bilateral endodermal patterning in Arabidopsis roots
- How to make a hinge – cell wall patterning in Cardamine hirsuta fruit
- Evolutionary Genomics of Flowering Behaviour in the Perennial Model Species Arabis alpine
- The role of heterochronic variation in driving morphological diversity in Cardamine hirsute
- Reconstructing population and adaptive history in Arabidopsis thaliana
- Molecular basis of host adaptation and lifestyle transition in a widespread fungus that colonize plant roots
- Molecular Dissection of an Immune Receptor Signaling Mechanism
- An evolutionary approach to understand the plant immune system
- Statistical analyses of transcriptome data across cell lineages and developmental stages
- Cell death regulation and function in plant-fungal symbiosis
- Regulation of protein polyubiquitination in light signal transduction
- Functional analysis of GRAS proteins and their role in the transition of plants from water to land
|Organization||International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS)|
|Subject areas||Life Sciences, Biology, Biotechnology|
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|
|Deadline||November 16th 2020|