Interested in a position as PhD student?
Please have a look at the homepage of our Graduate School HBIGS (www.hbigs.uni-heidelberg.de) where the research groups Frischknecht, Ingham and Lanzer advertise all their open PhD student positions. You may also submit an unsolicited application via the online application system and the groups will then get in touch with you. If you are interested in working in one of our other groups (like Ganter or Guizetti), please contact the group leaders directly.
Wanting to do a lab practical in our department?
Please note: due to the COVID-19 pandemic we currently cannot accept any students from outside Heidelberg University.
Please either contact the group yourself or get in touch with our secretary Miriam (Tel. 06221-567845).
- By the way, it is always helpful to include a CV together with information on the prospective timeframe (please note that we normally only accept students for lab practicals that go beyond 6 weeks so that it is possible to have a small project to work on) and the preferred research group -
For students from abroad: We ask for your understanding that we normally do not have funds available to cover your travel and accommodation costs. Thus, if you are really interested in coming to our labs, please seek your own funding through national or international agencies (e.g. DAAD). We ask for your understanding that due to the huge amount of incoming e-mails we reserve the right not to react to requests from students from abroad not proving sufficient funding for their internship.
Looking for a postdoctoral position?
We are always interested in welcoming promising young researchers in our labs :-) Please just contact the relevant group you would like to join. In general, it is always appreciated when Postdocs bring their own money, i.e. apply for a fellowship (Humboldt Foundation, Marie Curie, EMBO, Medical Faculty of our University).
~~~ Job Postings ~~~
Position as PhD student
We invite applications from enthusiastic students to join our new group (focus on translational malaria research) led by Victoria Ingham.
The advertised PhD project deals with the "Characterisation of the molecular interplay between insecticide resistance and malaria parasite development in the major malaria vector An. coluzzii".
Please apply via the online application system of our local Graduate School HBIGS.