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Name:Graduate Program Translational Neuroscience
Art der Förderung:Scholarships
URL:http://www.sfb636.de/graduiertenprogramm.html.
Information:The Graduate Program Translational Neuroscience within the Collaborative Research Centre 636 (SFB 636, Learning, Memory, and Brain Plasticity: Implications for Psychopathology) of the University of Heidelberg, funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, invites applications for:

PhD scholarships and MD scholarships

The Graduate Program is jointly organized: The scholarships are either funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft or the Medical Faculty Mannheim of the University of Heidelberg.
Scholarships are granted as of April 2012, application deadline is January 15th, 2012. Applicants must hold a master’s, diploma or equivalent degree in biology, chemistry, engineering, physics, biochemistry, mathematics, psychology, or related fields. Medical students can join the graduate program towards the end of their studies in medicine.
For MD students, the funding period covers 12 months. For PhD students, an initial funding of 12 months of the 36-month program is provided. Additional funding for two further years to finish the program must be sought by the investigator. It is also possible to join the program for one year at a later stage of the PhD studies.
The Graduate Program Translational Neuroscience aims at the integration of molecular and cellular approaches, behavioral analyses and clinical applications in the study of mental disorders such as anxiety, depression or addiction. In an interdisciplinary approach we focus on alterations of learning, memory, emotional and motivational processing and accompanying plastic changes of the brain.
For further information on the program and the application procedure please visit http://www.sfb636.de/graduiertenprogramm.html.
If you have any further questions please contact SFB636-School@zi-mannheim.de.
Please send your application as PDF to this email address by 15th January 2012.
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