PhD in Mechanistic and Functional Impact of RNA, Germany

PhD in Mechanistic and Functional Impact of RNA, Germany
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school Institute Name: Heidelberg University
map Country to Study in: Germany
book Courses Offered: Mechanistic and Functional impact of RNA Modifications on RNA processing
reading Degree Level: PhD
student Students Nationality: Germany students
funding Scholarship Award: Salary
calendar Last Date/Dead Line: 31st October, 2021,

To encourage students in Germany, Heidelberg University is offering the PhD Positions in the mechanistic and functional impact of RNA for the academic year 2021-2022.

The project aims to dissect the mechanisms and function of m6A in alternative splicing regulation. The experiments will be performed in Drosophila and human cells to work out evolutionarily conserved principles and differences.

Requirements Criteria for Scholarship:

To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the given criteria:

  • Proven competence in handling high-throughput data sets and good understanding of the underlying statistical challenges
  • Other relevant qualifications include a good understanding of RNA Biology. Wet-lab skills are an asset.
Apply Accordingly for Scholarship:
  • Students are recommended to enroll in the PhD degree programme at the university.
  • Attach official transcripts of academic records from every postsecondary institution attended for at least one year as a full-time student, statement of purpose, Contact details of two referees + two reference letters from these referees, and CV.
  • Applicants must have proven competence in scripting/programming (i.e. at least two out of C/C++, R, Python, Java)
  • In order to apply, students are required to complete the English language requirements of the university.

Award: Heidelberg University will provide the salary for applicants in Germany.

funding Scholarship Award: Salary
calendar Last Date/Dead Line: 31st October, 2021,