The IPP offers a wide range of research topics in the participating groups located at the Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB), Johannes Gutenberg University (JGU) and the University Medical Center Mainz (UMC) but not every group participating in the IPP offers a position in every call.
Below you can find a list of group leaders offering a position in the current IPP call and descriptions of the offered PhD projects. Be aware that projects may appear several times if they fit into different research topics.
If you are interested in applying to one or more of the projects below, apply until 19 November 2022 (12:00 noon CET). Guidelines for registration and application can be found here.
|Katja Luck_BAF||Deciphering crosstalks between the BAF complexes and genome stability pathways using an integrative systems approach||IMB|
|Stamatis Papathanasiou_CSD||Chromatin state dysregulation due to abnormal mitosis||IMB|
|René Ketting_PEI||Mechanisms of paternal epigenetic inheritance||IMB|
|René Ketting_RNA||piRNA biogenesis in C. elegans||IMB|
|Marion Silies/Shuqing Xu||Molecular mechanisms and evolution of the neurotoxin tolerance in the Colorado potato beetle||JGU|
|Philipp Wild/Vincent ten Cate_BioSign||BioSignATure - Systems-oriented, multi-omics identification of biomarker signatures for atherothrombosis detection, quantification and treatment||UMC|
|Sandra Schick||Gene expression control by chromatin remodellers||IMB|
|Anton Khmelinskii||Protein localization and mitochondrial diseases||IMB|
|Stamatis Papathanasiou_Transcr||Genome architecture and transcription dysregulation due to abnormal mitosis||IMB|