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The Division Epigenomics and Cancer Risk Factors is constantly seeking highly motivated PhD or Masters/Diploma students with interest in epigenomic research. We are offering excellent working conditions in a dynamic international group of scientists. We employ cutting edge technologies for epigenomic analyses at a genome-wide and candidate gene approach. Funding may be available for specific research projects. Please submit your full applications at any time.

Short-term guest scientist visits are also welcome.

Please contact us for further information.  

PhD fellowships

The DKFZ International PhD Program of the Helmholtz International Graduate School for Cancer Research offers 36 fellowships each year.

Postdoctoral fellowships

The DKFZ Postdoctoral Fellowships are intended to recruit highly talented and motivated young scientists to the German Cancer Research Center. Embedded in the DKFZ International Postdoc Program, the scheme provides interdisciplinary training and research opportunities in state-of-the-art research facilities for scientists at the postdoctoral stage.Are you looking for an excellent research environment to make your next step? Have a look at the website of the International Postdoc Program where you will find information on how to apply, the current Call description and eligibility criteria for the DKFZ Postdoctoral Fellowships.

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