The SFB1423 offers fellowships (up to 5 months) for doctoral projects in its subprojects for
- Scholarships for PhD students with a master’s degree or diploma (university) in natural sciences
- Scholarships for medical students (after first level of the Medical Exam)
The scholarship provides financial support for carrying out the experimental part of the doctoral project.
Amount and duration of the scholarship
Scholarships can be awarded up to five months. The amount of the fellowship is 861 Euro per months for medical students and 1.000 Euro per month for PhD students in natural science.
Who can apply?
PhD students in natural sciences and medical students who have passed the first level of the Medical Exam.
How do I apply?
Please visit the homepage of our collaborative research centre and find out about the subprojects in the SFB1423. Please contact the principal investigator of the subproject you are interested and send your application forms to him/her.
Applications are possible at any time. There is no application deadline.
Instruction sheet for the application of scholarships in SFB1423
(1st funding period, valid from 01.01.2020)
International exchange is a normal mode of successful research in the 21st century. Over the last 15 years, very extensive scientific collaborations between Vanderbilt and Leipzig Universities have been established.
Key elements of this ongoing collaboration are scientific exchanges of students, postdocs, and Project Leaders for extended periods of time to conduct research, learn new methods, and teach scientific courses. So far, 47 teaching modules have been taught by Project Leaders at the respective partner university. We would like to emphasize that this exchange took place on all academic levels involving: so far 55 undergraduate students, 37 graduate students, 19 postdoctoral researchers, and 66 Project Leaders toke part in this exchange program, and has resulted in 71 corporative scientific papers.
The graduate students and postdocs in the CRC are require to undergo a 3 to 6-month lab rotation in a group of the partner university on either side of the Atlantic.