Call for application to the BSRT is open from the 15.07.2019 to the 31.08.2019
Requirements for the admission to the PhD program
Applicants must hold a Master’s, a German Diploma or an equivalent degree in biology, biochemistry, bioinformatics, bioengineering or veterinary medicine. It is not necessary to hold the degree at the time of application. However, you must have been obtained your degree before enrolment into the program.
All projects will be funded by the Einstein Center for Regenerative Therapies (ECRT) and beginn in January 2020. In the first year the potential candidates receive a stipend for doctoral researchers and after successful re-evaluation will be funded for another two years on a doctoral reseracher position.
Project 1: Role of human extracellular matrix properties in central nervous system regeneration
Scientific Mentoring Committee: Sarah-Christin Saroßom, Ansgar Petersen, Harald Stachelscheid
Project 2: A chemokine system to unleash T cells against solid cancer
Scientific Mentoring Committe: Tino Vollmer, Michael Schmück-Henneresse, Hans-Dieter Volk
Project 3: Building a Platform for Fast Track Development and Characterization of Engineered Antigen Receptors
Scientific Mentoring Committe: Dimitrios Laurin Wagner, Michael Schmück-Henneresse, Hans-Dieter Volk
Project 4: Differentiation of induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs) into regulatory T cells (Tregs) using epigenetic editing
Scientific Mentoring Committe: Christopher Kressler, Julia Polansky-Biskup, Harald Stachelscheid
Project 5: Cellular senescence in mechano-sensation and ECM organization
Scientific Mentoring Committe: Erik Brauer, Ansgar Petersen, Uwe Kornak
Project 6: Organoid disease models for spinal muscular atrophy
Scientific Mentoring Committe: Angélica Garciá Pérez, Mina Gouti, Markus Schülke