Join QBM and work on an innovative interdisciplinary life science project!
The Graduate School of Quantitative Biosciences Munich (QBM) invites excellent students from all over the world and different prime disciplines that range from Medical Science, Biology, Biochemistry, Engineering, Bioinformatics, Physics to Applied Math, to work on an interdisciplinary PhD project in life science. Become a part of their unique research network comprising Ludwig-Maximilian’s-University Munich (LMU), Technical University Munich (TUM), Max-Planck Institutes (MPI) and the Helmholtz Center Munich at one of Europe’s most highly ranked universities.
Benefit from the School's inspiring spirit and individualised courses like programming and data analysis with R and MatLab, statistics, bioinformatics, biophysics and lifescience in small classes, specifically tailored to your PhD project. Acquire highly demanded and more specific skills in bonus lectures and transferable skills courses that will boost your PhD project. Best of all, there are no tuition fees!
“The QBM graduate programme gave me the opportunity to further develop my multidisciplinary background. As a biotechnologist and bioinformatician, I was always fostered and challenged by mentors from these two fields and others. QBM also gave me the chance to create a network of scientists and friends via their support for conferences and retreats. I am now the co-founder of a biotech startup, called EpiQMAx. If it were not for QBM, I would not have met my business partners. If you are interested in different scientific fields and want to be part of a family, go for QBM!”
Victor Solis, CEO and Co-founder of EpiQMAx, QBM alumni
Munich, the home of QBM, is a city amongst those with the highest quality of living in the world, and is located only a one hour drive from the scenic Alps.
Apply for one of QBM's various innovative projects, ranging from clinical trial studies to artificial intelligence. Applications open in summer 2020, so don’t miss out!
Find out more at http://qbm.genzentrum.lmu.de
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