Genomic and Molecular Medicine – Personalized Approaches to Childhood Health
The Ph.D. program “Genomic and Molecular Medicine – Personalized Approaches to Childhood Health” is offering an internationally acknowledged doctoral degree within the Munich Medical Research School to international and national students. This Ph.D. program covers a wide range of topics including genomics and the overall “omics”-approach to pediatric medicine as well as aspects of immunology, epigenetics and biochemistry. The programm is designed as a 3-year-full-time course, with lectures, retreats and seminars, also including methods workshops. High priority is given to the development of own research skills to be able to work independently as a researcher.
The program starts in October each year, the language is English, however the thesis can be written in German or English.
Leyla Ataç, M.Sc.
Project: Novel genetic factors controlling immunity and intestinal homeostasis – Insights from patients with VEO-IBD
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Barbara Puzek, M.Sc.
Project: Building a global database of functional genetic variants of the immune system to develop transcriptome-wide prediction models of immune responsiveness in humans
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Luise Zeckey, M.Sc
Project: Deciphering the genetic basis and transcriptional complexity of the human immune system to build transcriptome-wide prediction models of immune responsiveness
Prof. Dr. Christoph Klein
Director of the Dr. von Hauner Children’s Hospital & Principal Investigator, Gene Center, LMU Munich
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Ph.D. Program, Genomic and Molecular Medicine – Personalized Approaches to Childhood Health
Dr. von Hauner Children’s Hospital
80337 Munich / Germany