IRTG "Molecular Pathogenesis of Male Reproductive Disorders"
After a successful On-site Review we are happy to announce the continuation of a great collaboration!
With the successful renewal of the IRTG until 2022, a total of 11 projects will be funded.
Numerous opportunities for PhD students are available from October 2017 on, both at Monash University and Justus Liebig University.
- IRTG 1871 - News
IRTG-CRH Melbourne Reproductive Health and Biology Workshop 2017
The annual Reproductive Health and Biology Workshop is taking place on November, 29th, 12.00 - 17.00 pm, with Prof. Brett Nixon from University of Newcastle as keynote speaker.
Topic of his talk will be "Unravelling the role of exosomes as conduits for sperm-soma communication".
To participate please register here.
Monash launched IRTG Webpages
We are happy to announce that our partnering institution just recently created a website of their own introducing interested students to the work and possibilities offered through the IRTG.
Here you can find their newly launched website.
- IRTG "Molecular Pathogenesis of Male Reproductive Disorders"
The International Research Training Group (IRTG) 1871 facilitates collaboration and student training between researchers at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia and Justus-Liebig University. This unique collaboration comprises a large team of international experts in male reproductive medicine and provides training for PhD students in male reproductive health. Students within this research group have the opportunity to undertake a joint PhD working in one of the 11 projects of the IRTG, each tackling different aspects of male reproductive health issues and the biology that underpins testis function. These collaborative projects involve chief investigators/supervisors from both Monash and JLU, working together with students spending time at labs in both countries.