Career

The CRC 1324 supports young scientists (PhD students / Postdoctoral scientists) and young research group leaders by several measures for scientific training and career development and offers a tailored mentoring program.

 

Behind the scenes of the CRC 1324

Join the CRC 1324

Wnt Young Investigator program

We are searching for exceptional early career scientists with a research interest in Wnt signaling to apply for independent junior group funding.

Further information can be found here: WNT_YIP

Deadline March 31, 2022

Herbert Steinbeisser M.D. Fellowships

In memory of Professor Dr. Herbert Steinbeisser, the SFB1324 offers fellowships to support medical students during experimental research projects that comprise part of their M.D. thesis. Further information can be found here: SFB1324 Herbert Steinbeisser Fellowships

Applications can be submitted twice annually, by June 15th and December 15th.

Open Positions

Join our SFB 1324 to become part of an interactive and interdisciplinary team with a focus on Wnt signaling!

Gender equality and family-friendly measures

The CRC 1324, Heidelberg University and its partner institutions are committed to gender equality, diversity and  a family friendly working environment. For support within the framework of the CRC 1324, please contact the management office: sfb1324@uni-heidelberg.de

Heidelberg University

Equal opportunity office
Heidelberg University

Dr. Agnes Speck
Hauptstraße 126
69117 Heidelberg

Online Tutorial

“Respekt leben, Vielfalt fördern, Miteinander gestalten”

Events

  • Karrieren neu denken – Wege zur exzellenten Wissenschaft. Perspektiven aus Politik und Wissenschaftsinstitutionen
    Montag / 16.5.2022 / 10 Uhr / Paneldiskussion
  • International perspectives on post-doctoral careers within and outside of the university. What can we learn from UK, US
    and the Netherlands?
    Mittwoch / 11.5.2022 / 16–17.30 Uhr Panel discussion
  • Melanie Bittner (FU Berlin, Lunchtalk): “Hanna und Reyhan machen Karriere? Macht im Wissenschaftssystem.” (Thursday, 28. April 2022,  12 – 1.30 p.m., in German)

Programs supporting female scientists