Young Academics

The Integrated Research Training Group

The SFB 829 is dedicated to provide its early stage researchers a nurturing and stimulating environment that includes structural training not only in the field of skin biology but also in general soft skills necessary for a successful career in or outside of science. The SFB 829 cooperates with three distinguished skin disease research centres abroad to promote scientific exchange. Young SFB 829 scientists can apply for short-term collaborative visits to these centres to acquire experience with international research and receive advanced technical training. To attract medical students early into the biomedical endeavor, fellowships for first and second year students as well as MD students have been implemented. In addition, masters students can apply for fellowships to perform a research project in one of the SFB laboratories. These fellowships will also be used to attract international masters or MD students to the program.



 

 

 

 

 

 


Coordinators:

Prof. Thomas Krieg
Dr. Sandra Iden
Prof. Carien Niessen
Dr. Julia Zielinski

PhD student & Postdoc Committee:
Alexandra Zuk (B12 Sengle)
Manuel Metzger (A09 Hammerschmidt)
Noelle Ali (A10 Iden)
Matthias Rübsam (A01 Niessen)
Sushmita Ghatak (A11 Wickström)

 

  • Upcoming Events

    1. 4th PhD student and Postdoc Minisymposium

      Juli 7 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    2. 4th German-French DNA Repair Meeting Cologne 2017

      September 21 - September 23
    3. 33. Klenk Symposium 2017 in Molecular Medicine

      Oktober 15 - Oktober 17
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