IRTG "Molecular Pathogenesis of Male Reproductive Disorders"
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- IRTG 1871 - Info
IRTG provides financial support for experimental medical thesis
Medical students get the opportunity to join an IRTG project and to undertake their medical thesis there.
Stipend: € 853 per month (up to a maximum of 12 month)
If you are interested, please submit the following documents to the principle investigator of your chosen project:
- a motivation letter including your specific interest within project
- CV including a recent photograph
- Your certificate of the preliminary examination
- 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.