The past two decades have revealed the success of targeting the “oncogenic addiction” of cancer cells, which make them extremely dependent on one or few genes for survival.
We are looking for a passionate person in chemistry and would be interested to share knowledge with students of 15-19 years old.
We are looking for a motivated student for a 6-9 months project in Prof. Heuer’s Behavioural Neuroscience Lab (http://behavioural-neuroscience.com/).
To investigate the influence of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) replication on neuronal differentiation of induced Pluripotent Stem Cells expressing genes that cause familial Alzheimer's disease.
The intern is expected to learn about scientific computing applied to the Healthand Life Sciences and apply the newly acquired knowledge to cooperate in the
The Erasmus+ intern will be involved in a project related to the generation of new neurons in the adult mouse brain, a process known as adult neurogenesis.
The candidate will work within the Development Neurobiology (GNDe) group led by Dr. Fernando de Castro Soubriet at the Cajal Institute in Madrid.
The Research Unit on Bioactive Molecules (RUBAM) offers internships for graduate Students in Chemistry, Biology, Biomedicine, and related matters. We offer two different lines of research, depending on the candidate formation.
The group of Molecular Microbiology lead by Dr. Miguel A.
The Erasmus+ student will be integrated within the group of Dr.