Graduate School Life Science Munich (LSM)
The LSM application portal for doctoral positions is now closed !
LSM calls for doctoral applications, the online portal for accepting applications will be open from the 1st of October until the 30th of November 2020 !
Further information and details about the online application process and the available funded research projects can be found here
Additionally, the DAAD and LSM jointly award 2 full scholarships for doctoral study financed by the DAAD Graduate School Scholarship Programme (GSSP). Further information and details about the online application process and the available DAAD scholarships can be found here
Online symposium: Plant Health and Infection Control - Emerging Topics
The aim of the meeting is to hire outstanding young researchers for a high-quality German doctoral degree in life sciences or as postdoctoral researchers in the field of molecular plant microbe interactions. Register now
LSM faculty member and ERC awardee Silke Robatzek reports about her research here
Tackling the olive-tree killer
LMU cell biologist and geneticist Silke Robatzek studies how plants become immune to bacterial infections – and how pathogens subvert these defenses. More
Dr. Robatzek is recruiting talented scientists, more about the open positions!
LSM faculty member Noémie Becker at the Soapbox Science 2020
Join the speakers in this years' online event on the 27th and 28th of June and find out more about artificial mini-organs, drug design and space telescopes!
More on Twitter: @munichsoapbox
More on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/munich.soapbox/
Open Day at the Biocenter/LSM Publication Prize
The LSM publication prize 2020 will be announced at the biocenter open day taking place as a life streamed event on the 8th of July. More info
Online GMP Courses
The GMP workshop in English will be offered online 24.-27. August 2020
The GMP workshop in German will be offered online 28. September-02. October 2020
Sustainable World: Global Challenges for Life Scientists
This was a collaborative event organized by the Life Science Network Munich, the life science graduate programs in the greater Munich area, affiliated with the LMU, TUM, Helmholtz Zentrum and the MPIs. Our network hosts events on superordinate topics broadly relevant for life scientists, such as good scientific practice (Responsible Research 2014/2017) and emerging technologies (Cutting-Edge Technologies 2015).
For 2019, we addressed the topic of sustainability, with support from the Forum für Verantwortung.
Thanks to all of the speakers who presented expert talks on their topics related to sustainability, world health issues, environment and climate change, you gave our audience many interesting and constructive information towards achieving sustainability and Global Goals.
Responsible Research 2017, see the film now!
Sponsured by the Life Science Campus Network!
Thanks to all who participated in the Responsible Research event on 20th July 2017. We enjoyed many enlightening talks about reproducibility, plagiarism, and more. Interested in learning about responsible research practices? Read more here!