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Scholarships for medical doctoral students @ University of Stuttgart and Eberhard Karls Universität Tuebingen

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for the interdisciplinary Research Training Group 2543 “Intraoperative multisensor tissue identification in oncology”

University of Stuttgart and Eberhard Karls Universität Tuebingen offer in the interdisciplinary Research Training Group (RTG) 2543 “Intraoperative multi-sensor tissue identification in oncology”

Scholarships for medical doctoral students

(735 €/month) starting 1 April 2020 or later, each limited to 1 year.

As the Universities of Stuttgart and Tuebingen intend to increase the proportion of female employees in research and teaching, women are particularly encouraged to apply. Members of the research training group will be required to take their residence in the Stuttgart resp. Tuebingen area.

New surgical methods aim to minimize invasiveness, morbidity and duration of the treatment while maximizing the effectiveness. During these surgical interventions, a reliable identification of target structures and surrounding tissue is of major importance for achieving this objective, particularly in the field of oncology. The RTG focuses on intra-operative tissue identification. In particular, the medical research areas focusses on

  • Development of a bladder tumor organoid model (Department of Urology)
  • RNA expression studies in bladder tumor Graduiertenkolleg GRK 2543 organoids (Department of Urology)
  • Characterization of global cellular changes of disseminated tumor cells using Raman microspectroscopyBegutachtung(Department of Women’s Health)
  • Characterizing changes of the DNA-methylation in disseminated tumor cells by means of Raman spectroscopy (Department of Women’s Health)
  • Development of a tissue classifier for topographically exact quantification of vascularisation, cell density and fibre content (Institute of Pathology and Neuropathology)

Development of a tissue classifier to differentiate between tumour-induced stroma and vascular changes (Institute of Pathology and Neuropathology) Intraoperative

All participants will enjoy excellent conditions in an interdisciplinary environment and will participate in a systematically structured program, comprising project-oriented guidance in small teams as well as activities of the entire Gewebedifferenzierung Research Training Group. All participants are expected to contribute to theinterdisciplinary activities of the RTG. Please find detailed information at https://www.isys.unistuttgart.de/en/research/medicalEngineeringin der On/.kologie

Applications (in German or English) including informative documents, a cover letter, signed CV, copies of earned university degrees, and transcripts of individual grades are to be sent in digital form (one pdf document) to

Applications (in German or English) including informative documents, a cover letter, signed CV, copies of earned university degrees, and transcripts of individual grades are to be sent in digital form (one pdf document) to

  • Prof. Dr. med. Dr. h.c. Arnulf Stenzl: urologie@med.uni-tuebingen.de, Dr. med. Bastian Amend bastian.amend@med.uni-tuebingen.de (Department of Urology), or
  • Prof. Dr. Sara Brucker: sara.brucker@med.uni-tuebingen.de (Department of Women’s Health) or
  • Prof. Dr. med. Falko Fend: falko.fend@med.uni-tuebingen.de, (Institute of Pathology and Neuropathology).

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