Connecting European Neuroscience

Apply to join the Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences at LMU Munich

Dates
February 15th, 2018
Venue
Munich, Germany

Neuroscience, Systems Neuroscience, Young Researcher Education

About the Event

What makes the GSN so attractive? * Internationally recognized, cutting-edge research opportunities * Flexible degree structure * Broad exposure to various research fields * Support of interdisciplinary research projects. First of all, the scientific environment in which the GSN operates is one of the neuroscience hot-spots worldwide. Besides offering excellent cutting-edge research opportunities, the structure of a GSN degree program has many advantages to a traditional doctorate. Through a combination of seminars and coursework, GSN students keep a broad scope, even as their own research becomes more focused. A GSN stipend program supports interdisciplinary PhD research projects, facilitating interchange of ideas across the fields of neuroscience. Additionally the GSN offers special stipends for PhD projects in neurophilosophy, a field which is still being developed both in Germany and internationally. One strength of the GSN doctoral program lies within its flexibility. As such, GSN students are always encouraged to make suggestions of special method training workshops or leading scientists they would like to invite for GSN seminars and discussions. Application start: December 1st (every year) Closing date: February 15th (every year) Programs begin October 1st.

Contact

Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences
LMU BioCenter Department Biology II Neurobiology Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences Großhaderner Str. 2 D-82152 Planegg-Martinsried

Phone:+49 (0)89 / 2180-74178
Email:gsn@lmu.de
Website:www.gsn.lmu.de

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