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Upcoming courses

Lab Course

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

29.06.2017 09:00

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

28.06.2017 10:00

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

27.06.2017 13:00

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

30.06.2017 09:00

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

29.06.2017 15:00

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

28.06.2017 14:00

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

28.06.2017 09:00

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

27.06.2017 09:00

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

30.06.2017 09:00

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

29.06.2017 13:00

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

28.06.2017 13:00

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

27.06.2017 14:00

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

30.06.2017 15:00

Applied Virology and oncolytic virus methods

30.06.2017 09:00

Lecture

The Bayesian brain hypothesis – predicting what comes next

29.06.2017 17:00

Speaker Series

03.07.2017 16:00

Molecular Medicine

28.06.2017 18:00

Translational research in neuropsychiatric disorders – linking human brain imaging and animal resear

27.06.2017 18:00

Research in Progress Lectures in Hematology and Oncology

29.06.2017 17:00

Molecular Oncology I

27.06.2017 17:15

Seminar

Molecular Imaging: Probes Kinetics

29.06.2017 09:00

Molecular Imaging: Probes Kinetics

28.06.2017 09:00

Molecular Imaging: Probes Kinetics

27.06.2017 10:30

Molecular Imaging: Probes Kinetics

28.06.2017 14:00

Molecular Imaging: Probes Kinetics

27.06.2017 14:00

Molecular Imaging: Probes Kinetics

27.06.2017 09:00

Molecular Medicine Seminar

28.06.2017 17:00

Molecular Imaging: Probes Kinetics

29.06.2017 10:00

Molecular Imaging: Probes Kinetics

28.06.2017 11:00

Molecular Imaging: Probes Kinetics

27.06.2017 13:00

Introduction to Clinical Neuroscience and Neuroradiology

27.06.2017 15:00
Welcome to the PhD Program Medical Life Science and Technology

The PhD program in Medical Life Science and Technology is a three-year graduate program that provides high-level scientific training for students with a background in medicine as well as for those with a background in natural and life sciences or engineering. It consists primarily of an experimental scientific project that is performed in the laboratory of a faculty member. The practical work is complemented by interdisciplinary lectures, seminars and practical courses.  All of our students have individual thesis committees who help with developing and structuring the projects. Currently, the main research areas represented in the program are oncology, the neurosciences, immunology/infection, biomedical imaging, cardiovascular research and molecular medicine.

Our PhD program is hosted by TUM School of Medicine and a part of the TUM Medical Graduate Center and therefore of the TUM Graduate School. All of our students will become members of the Graduate School and benefit from its offers, such as financial support for international research activities, free soft skills courses and manuscript proof-reading, to name just a few.