Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin
The Berlin School of Integrative Oncology (BSIO) offers a structured 3-year doctoral program jointly educating basic scientists and physicians/medical students in the field of integrative oncology and features excellent research conditions, a comprehensive curriculum and a broad supervision and mentoring network.
Students may also conduct part of their project at one of the school’s renowned international partner institutions.
The BSIO (Director: Prof. Dr. Clemens A. Schmitt), funded within the Excellence Initiative of the German federal and state governments, is planning to award up to
PhD positions (Biomedical PhD track; Dr. rer. nat.)
MD fellowships (MD track; Dr. med.).
Eligibility criteria – Biomedical PhD track (Dr. rer. nat):
- M.Sc. in basic sciences or equivalent or
- B.Sc. in basic sciences (fast track) or
- in rare cases: enrolment in medical school/graduation from medical school
Eligibility criteria - MD track (Dr. med.):
- enrolment in medical school or
- graduation from medical school
Further eligibility criteria for all applicants:
- a proof of English proficiency (as English is the graduate school’s official language) (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS or similar tests) and
- 2 reference letters.
Please refer to http://www.bsio-cancerschool.de for all application details and for more information on the graduate school.
How to apply:
Application is possible via the BSIO online application portal.
The BSIO application portal will be until July 1 at https://apply.drs.fu-berlin.de/bsio In case of questions, please contact Eleanor Horn: email@example.com.
Salary: The positions will be paid according to the regulations of the civil service collective wage agreement (TV-L Charité; 65% of level E13).
Open from: The BSIO application portal will be open until July 1
Type of employment: Full Time