University of Heidelberg

The Hartmut Hoffmann-Berling International Graduate School of Molecular and Cellular Biology


The Hartmut Hoffmann-Berling International Graduate School of Molecular and Cellular Biology (HBIGS) was founded in October 2007. The vision of the Graduate School is to attract the best and brightest doctoral researchers from around the world to pursue doctoral studies at Heidelberg University by offering excellent research opportunities and comprehensive academic and complementary training in a vibrant and stimulating scientific environment.
The focus of the Graduate School on molecular and cellular biology takes into account that molecular and cellular biology provides the conceptual and technological foundation on which most other fields, sub-disciplines and specialized areas of life and biosciences rest - from structural biology to bioinformatics, from molecular medicine to biotechnology, and from immunology to systems biology.
A higher qualification in molecular and cellular biology will, therefore, prepare graduates for leading positions in all areas where in-depth knowledge of biological processes is required - be it in academia, industry or the public sector.

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Last update: 17 May 2017


May 2017
HBIGS doctoral student Mehmet Ali Öztürk (Wade grpup) receivesYoung Researcher´s Award of the Dr. Alexander und Dr. Rosemarie Bauer Foundation.

Mar 2017
HBIGS awarded MSc/PhD fellowships to Master students of Heidelberg University. The awardees are:
Jonathan Bohlen (Teleman lab)
Franziska Egler (Boulant lab)
Ellen Malovrh (Völkers lab)
Oskar Staufer (Spatz lab)
Philipp Willnow (Teleman lab)

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