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Current Career Opportunities

Open positions
Scholarships
Degree theses

 

 

Clinician Scientists

 

Department of Neurology and Interdisciplinary Neuro-Oncology

Prof. Dr. Dr. Ghazaleh Tabatabai

Clinician Scientists (m/w/d) im Else Kröner Forschungskolleg Tübingen „Therapieresistenz solider Tumore“

 

 

Open Research Assistant Positions

 

Department Neurodegenerative Diseases, Parkison Genetics

Deleidi lab
Research Assistant

 

 

 

 

Open PhD Positions

Department Neurodegenerative Diseases

Prof. Dr. Philipp Kahle

3 PhD positions at the Research Training Group "MOMbrane: The multifaceted functions and dynamics of the mitochondrial outer membrane (MOM)"

Section Translational Genomics of Neurodegenerative Diseases

Synofzik lab

PhD Position on "multi-omic pharmacodynamic biomarkers for autosomal-recessive ataxias"

 

Department Neurology with Neurovascular Medicine

Prof. Dr. Ulf Ziemann
PhD position within the project "ConnectToBrain"

 

 

Open Postdoc Positions

 

Department of Neurology and Interdisciplinary Neuro-Oncology

Prof. Dr. Dr. Ghazaleh Tabatabai
Excellent Postdoctoral fellow in Neuro-Oncology

 

Interdisciplinary Research Platform Defeat Parkinson's Disease

Prof. Dr. Thomas Gasser / Prof. Dr. Peter Heutink (DZNE)
Statistical Genetics of Parkinson's Disease

 

Johannes-Dichgans-Promotionsstipendien für Studierende der Humanmedizin (in German only)

 

Nach positivem Bescheid zur Absichtserklärung am 31.05.2021 werden für den Vollantrag folgende Formblätter benötigt:

Formblatt Stipendium für Studierende

Formblatt Stipendium für Betreuer/innen

Vorlage für Zeitplan

 

The HIH continuously offers the opportunity to carry out final and project work in the clinic and in the basic research area. You are welcome to contact any of the group leaders, we are happy to receive your inquiries. For an easier start, we have prepared a rough orientation according to subject groups:

Medicine
Medicine

Department Neurology and Stroke

 

Department Neurodegenerative Diseases

 

Department Neurology and Epileptology

 

Department Neurology and Interdisciplinary Neuro-Oncology

  • Laboratory for Clinical and Experimental Neuro-Oncology (Prof. Dr. Dr. Ghazaleh Tabatabai)



Department Cognitive Neurology

  • Section Neuropsychology (Prof. Dr. Dr. Hans-Otto Karnath)
  • Neuropsychology of Action (PD Dr. Marc Himmelbach)

 

Department Cellular Neurology

 

Life sciences
Life sciences

Neurosciences, biology, chemistry, psychology, cognitive sciences and related sciences

Department Neurology and Stroke

 

Department Neurodegenerative Diseases

 

Department Neurology and Epileptology

 

Department Neurology and Interdisciplinary Neuro-Oncology

  • Laboratory for Clinical and Experimental Neuro-Oncology (Prof. Dr. Dr. Ghazaleh Tabatabai)

 

Department Cognitive Neurology

  • Oculomotor Laboratory (Prof. Dr. Uwe Ilg)
  • Sensorimotor Laboratory (Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Thier)
  • Systems Neurophysiology Lab (Prof. Dr. Cornelius Schwarz)
  • Section for Computational Sensorimotorics (Prof. Dr. Martin Giese)
  • Section Neuropsychology (Prof. Dr. Dr. Hans-Otto Karnath)
  • Active Perception Lab (Prof. Dr. Ziad Hafed)
  • Neuropsychology of Action (PD Dr. Marc Himmelbach)
  • Motor Control Modeling (Dr. Daniel Häufle)

 

Department Cellular Neurology 

 

Independent Research Groups

  • Physiology of Learning and Memory (Prof. Dr. Ingrid Ehrlich)
  • Molecular Brain Development (Dr. Simone Mayer)
  • Research Group Markus Siegel (Prof. Dr. Markus Siegel)

 

Computer science, physics, and engineering
Computer science, physics, and engineering

Department Neurology with Neurovascular Medicine

 

Department Cognitive Neurology

  • Motor Control Modeling (Dr. Daniel Häufle)
  • Section for Computational Sensorimotorics (Prof. Dr. Martin Giese)