IMPRS for Brain and Behavior involves two partnerships on each side of the Atlantic: the Center for Advanced European Studies and Research (caesar) and the University of Bonn (Uni Bonn) in Germany and the Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience (MPFI) and Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in the United States. The program aims to recruit outstanding doctoral students and immerse them in a stimulating environment that provides novel technologies to elucidate the function of brain circuits from molecules to animal behavior.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
This opportunity welcomes all fields.
Note: Fluency in written and spoken English
Note: A unique transatlantic PhD program in neuroscience
Note: Competitive salary for the whole duration of your studies (approx. monthly net salary in Bonn: 1700 EUR) (approx. yearly gross salary in Florida: 30.000 USD) (comparable to Bonn after taxes)
Note: Possibility of lab rotations during the first six months
Note: A multitude of training opportunities: methods workshops, courses, travel grants, soft skills courses etc.
Note: Mentoring and guidance by a Thesis Advisory Committee
Note: Career development opportunities
Note: International and administrative support with two coordination offices in Bonn and in Florida
Note: Family support
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