integrated research training group (irtg) committee

SFB 1451 Motor Control in Health and Disease

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Prof. Dr. Tatiana Korotkova

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Prof. Dr. Ansgar Büschges

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Dr.Erica Ehrhardt

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Prof. Dr. Thilo van Eimeren

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Prof. Dr. Simone Vossel

Contact us

Should you wish to get in touch with members of the integrated Research Training Group (iRTG) Committee, please send an email to: sfb1451-graduateschool@uni-koeln.de.

The iRTG coordinator Dr. Claudia Wegscheid will be happy to provide you with information on guidance regarding graduate programmes, courses, workshops, education, lectures and career management.

More information can be found here (following soon). For access please contact the iRTG coordinator Dr. Claudia Wegscheid.

 

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Dr. Claudia Wegscheid

iRTG coordinator

With our integrated Motor-Control-Research Training Group (iRTG/ Motor-Control-RTG) our aim is to provide a comprehensive training in the field of Motor Control. We offer a unique curriculum and put together a structured PhD and Postdoc programme conducted in English:

The integrated graduate school’s curriculum includes a method and logic training through a journal club, a comprehensive lecture series on motor control, as well as workshops, symposia and other events in specialized methods, scientific soft skills, and career mentoring. A thesis advisory committee monitors students’ research progress through regular reports and meetings.

Structured PhD Programme:

Doctorate candidates of the Motor-Control-RTG (iRTG) will be enrolled in the Graduate School for biological Sciences (GSfBS), an umbrella structure for doctorate candidates striving for the Dr. rer. nat. in biological sciences, or the Interdisciplinary Program Molecular Medicine (IPMM) aiming for the Dr. nat. med./PhD, or the Interdisciplinary Program Health Sciences (IPHS) aiming for a phD at the Medical faculty

Structured Postdoc Programme: