The Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine (MDC) is offering fully-funded International PhD Program. The program provides a framework of structured training for biomedical research in Berlin. Research at the MDC aims to elucidate the molecular mechanisms of health and disease, and translate those findings into medical practice.
- Cancer Research
- Cardiovascular & Metabolic Disease
- Diseases of the Nervous System
- Medical Systems Biology
- Clinical Research
Funding: fully funded; there are no tuition fees
Duration: 3 years
- Applicants must hold or obtain within 6 months of the interview week a university degree equivalent to a Master Degree (≥75% or German score of at least ‘good’, <2,5 of 5) including a written research thesis
- Graduates having completed their degree must upload with the application package a scanned copy of the certificate as well as transcript including marked coursework from university.
- Students still enrolled in their undergraduate program must upload a provisional certificate stating the examination marks already obtained.
- Applicants must be in the first four years of their research careers and not yet been awarded a doctoral degree, according to the European Commission’s definition of early-stage researchers at the time of interview.
- Applicants must possess good command of written and spoken English, while German language skills are not required.
- English proficiency tests for non-native speakers are recommended such as TOEFL test with a score of 95+ (internet-based), 240+ (computer-based) or 587+ (paper-based), IELTS certificate with a bandscore 7.0+, or Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English (CAE).
- CV (maximum 2 pages).
- Transcript & degree certificate of Bachelor degree
- Transcripts & degree certificate of Master degree
- 02 letters of recommendation
|Organization||Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine|
|Subject areas||Chemistry, Biology, Informatics|
|Eligibility||Open to all nationalities|
|Deadline||10 July 2019|