5 grants for doctoral thesis in Dept. of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene, University Hospital Heidelberg.

Within a new postgraduate program “Differential activation and integration
of signaling modules within the immune system“, funded by the postgraduate
education program of Baden-Württemberg,

5 grants for doctoral thesis

beginning mid 2008 and with a 3-year duration are available.
The purpose of the program is the analysis of interactions between different
signaling cascades in cells of the innate and the adaptive immune
system. The work will focus on immunology, molecular and cellular
biology. Successful candidates will have an excellent track record and will
be highly motivated with a deep interest in Immunology and signal transduction.

We offer a well-structured and coordinated immunological
education program. We will provide excellent training in many aspects of
molecular and cellular Immunology in a well-equipped environment and
a positive working atmosphere.

Further information on the program and the application procedure can be
found at our website: www.immunesignaling.uni-hd.de

Applications should be sent by e-mail as a single pdf-file to:

Speaker of the program:

Prof. Dr. A. Dalpke,
Dept. of Medical Microbiology and Hygiene, University Hospital Heidelberg,
Im Neuenheimer Feld 324,

Link: http://www.laborjournal.de/rubric/markt/gesetzt/S_08_04_a23.pdf