[Comp-neuro] Ph.D. program (with details) in Computational/Experimental Neuroscience in Tuebingen, Germany

Zhaoping Li li.zhaoping at tuebingen.mpg.de
Fri Oct 9 15:58:35 CEST 2020


(I apologize for a previous message sent without details):

Join our interdisciplinary PhD program and experience a vibrant and 
international training environment in Neuroscience!
see https://www.kyb.tuebingen.mpg.de/imprs-mmfd

for more details. Application deadline 30th Nov. 2020

More details


  International Max Planck Research School

The Mechanisms of Mental Function and Dysfunction

The ‘International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) for The Mechanisms 
of Mental Function and Dysfunction’ (MMFD) provides state-of-the-art 
training and research under the guidance of leading neuroscientists, 
psychologists, psychiatrists and computational scientists in Tübingen. 
Excellent graduates with a Bachelor´s degree will enjoy an unparalleled 
opportunity to start their research career in neuroscience.


    What´s it all about?

The IMPRS is a joint project of the Max Planck Institute for Biological 
Cybernetics <https://www.kyb.tuebingen.mpg.de/2549/en> and the 
University of Tübingen <https://uni-tuebingen.de/en/>. It is embedded in 
the Graduate Training Centre of Neuroscience (GTC) 
<https://www.neuroschool-tuebingen.de> and thus benefits from more than 
20 years of successful cooperation in the training of young 
neuroscientists.

The IMPRS-MMFD offers a combined MSc/PhD program to outstanding BSc 
graduates. IMPRS students will not only receive an admission to one of 
the GTC´s regular MSc programs, but additionally a commitment of the 
IMPRS faculty to offer them a PhD position after their successful MSc 
graduation.

The direct access to the IMPRS doctoral program for those students who 
are already holding a MSc degree and have already been admitted by the 
Graduate Training Centre is also possible. Prerequisite is the primarily 
supervision by one of the IMPRS faculty members (see: Application).

Teaching and research in the IMPRS and at the GTC of Neuroscience are 
conducted entirely in English.

The IMPRS MMFD was launched in January 2020 and is one of about sixty 
International Max Planck Research Schools <https://www.mpg.de/en/imprs> 
run by the Max Planck Society <https://www.mpg.de/en> in partnership 
with various universities and research institutions. IMPRS programs 
provide an extraordinary framework and working environment for graduate 
students, and they provide unique opportunities for interdisciplinary 
research projects.




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