We encourage outstanding undergraduate students to apply for the DFG-funded Graduate School “Neurobiology of Emotion Dysfunction” (GRK) at the University of Regensburg. We provide a specialized interdisciplinary program at the highest conceptual and methodological levels. Students will perform cross-disciplinary projects aimed at unravelling neurobiological underpinnings of emotional behaviors in health and disease across molecular, neuronal, neuroendocrine and behavioral levels in an appropriate research environment. They will be additionally trained to use state-of-the-art neurobiological techniques and animal models best suited to investigate neurobiological correlates of emotionality.
In addition to the scientific goals, GRK students will be offered the possibility to participate in training courses to acquire all relevant soft skills essential to pursue a career in neuroscience. They will also be involved in the organization of weekly research seminars and journal clubs, annual weekend retreats, symposia and summer schools, and will receive specific soft skills trainings. A 3 to 4 -months research stay in an international collaborative lab and their active participation at international congresses should further support the international integration of the students.
What we offer
Start of funding on March 01st, 2020. All positions are funded for up to three years, according to the German pay scale TV-L E13 (65%).
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