The RTG 2578 combines expertise in toxicology and stem cell biology to answer how genotoxins affect stem/progenitor cell differentiation and...
40225 Düsseldorf Building: 22.21
40225 Düsseldorf Building: 14.80
40255 Düsseldorf Building: 22.21
Floor/Room: 107 (2. OG)
In addition to the daily practical laboratory work, the PhD students participate in a extensive training program. This includes weekly lectures about the basics of the RTG topics by the GRK project leaders.
Furthermore, the PhD students are presenting their research results in the RTG seminars on a regular basis, receive feedback and suggestions for further steps in the project and promote the scientific exchange between the projects. In alternation, we invite national and international guest speakers who present their work.
Special importance is attached to the further training of the students in areas of modern and future-oriented toxicology, in that they take part in the further qualifying training of the doctoral students to become European Registered Toxicologist.
Furthermore, the students of the RTG 2578 are members of the Interdisciplinary Graduate and Research Academy Düsseldorf (iGRAD) and, depending on their interests, attend workshops and advanced training courses to acquire further key qualifications.