15 fully-funded PhD Positions in Neuroscience
IMPRS for Brain and Behavior
Bonn, Germany & Jupiter, Florida (USA)
Looking for a PhD position in neuroscience? Apply to our fully-funded, international PhD program in the Max Planck Society! IMPRS for Brain and Behavior is a transatlantic collaboration between the Max Planck associated caesar in Bonn and the University of Bonn, along with the USA partners Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience (MPFI) and Florida Atlantic University.
More than 40 labs with an enormous variety of research projects are seeking outstanding PhD candidates to join their research. See our website (https://www.imprs-brain-behavior.org/research/faculty/) for further information on our faculty and possible doctoral projects. Successful candidates will work in a young and dynamic, interdisciplinary, international environment, embedded in the local scientific communities in Bonn or Jupiter.
Highly qualified and motivated aspiring PhD student from any nationality. Proven track record of academic and research excellence. Bachelor's or Master’s degree (or equivalent) in life sciences, physics, mathematics, computer science, engineering, or other relevant subject. Fluency in written and spoken English. Research experience is of advantage.
Immersion in a stimulating scientific culture of interaction and international cooperation. State-of-the art facilities with novel scientific technologies and advanced infrastructure. Dedicated support and mentoring personnel. Competitive salary funded for the whole duration of studies and no tuition fees. We are committed to diversity and equal opportunity for all applicants.
Application deadline: December 1st, 2019
You will need:
letter of motivation,
contact info for 2 referees,
academic certificates and transcripts.
Only online applications accepted.
Short-listed candidates will be interviewed in February-March. Positions must be started within 6 months of selection.
LOCATION / CONTACT:
Bonn, Germany: Ezgi Bulca, Coordinator: IMPRS.email@example.com
Jupiter, Florida USA: Paul Evans, PhD: Paul.Evans@mpfi.org