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Research Training Group

Graduiertenkolleg 1910

The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) has approved a new, joint Research Training Group (Graduiertenkolleg 1910) focussing on the medicinal chemistry of selective GPCR ligands.

The program starts on 1st October 2013.


More information about GRK 1910.


ENB-Graduate Program: Receptor Dynamics: Emerging Paradigms for Novel Drugs

The International Graduate Program Receptor Dynamics: Emerging Paradigms for Novel Drugs invites applications for 12 PhD positions

The International Graduate Program is a joint initiative of the Universities of Würzburg (coordinating institution with 9 positions), Bayreuth, Erlangen-Nürnberg, and Regensburg (each university with 1 position), and is funded by the Elite Network of Bavaria, Germany. The overall scientific focus is on dynamic features of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), the prime target for drug development and therapy, from the molecular level to microscopic and macroscopic functions.

Principal Investigators: Würzburg: D. Calebiro, M. Decker, K. Heinze, C. Hoffmann, U. Holzgrabe, M. Lohse, K. Lorenz, M. Sauer, M. Schartl, A. Schlosser, C. Sotriffer – Bayreuth: P. Rösch – Erlangen-Nürnberg: P. Gmeiner – Regensburg: A. Buschauer

Application deadline: 15 June 2014

More Information on the job offer.

More information about the Graduate Program: Emerging Paradigms for Novel Drugs.


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Department of Pharmaceutical/Medicinal Chemistry II

Prof. Dr.
Armin Buschauer

 

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