The next call for applications to the PhD school of Life Sciences at the Faculties of Medicine and Science is now open, application deadline Apr 23rd, 2019. Interviews will be held from June 24th to 26th 2019.
Events, seminars, students' life. All you need to organize you scientific life is there! Do not miss them!
Introduction to clinical reasoning for non-physicians
The One Week Medical School is developed by the Institute of Global Health at the University of Geneva’s Faculty of Medicine.
This is a one week long, full day intensive course focused in the fundamentals of clinical reasoning and the issues and challenges faced by doctors. It is designed for professionals or postgraduate students in the field of health with no formal medical training.
DRIVERS OF FRESHWATER FISH DIVERSIFICATION IN THE TROPICS
Thesis director: Prof Denis Duboule, Department of Genetics and Evolution, Faculty of Science
Thesis co-director: Dr Juan Montoya-Burgos, Department of Genetics and Evolution, Faculty of Science
MOLECULAR ECOLOGY OF THREE SYMPATRIC LONG-EARED BAT SPECIES (GENUS PLECOTUS)
Sous la direction de Prof Jean Mariaux, Département de Génétique et Evolution, Faculté des Sciences
et la co-direction de Dr Manuel Ruedi, Département Vertébrés, Muséum de Genève
The DPG and its Physics of Biology section is an excellent forum for PhD students to present and discuss their work.
Registration is still open, be quick!
Registration by 1st December 2018.
Abstract submission by 25th January 2019
Role Of FFAR1 In The Response Of INS-1E β-Cells To Glucolipotoxicity
Thesis director :Professeur Pierre MAECHLER, Département de Physiologie Cellulaire et Métabolisme
Thesis co-directors : Professeur Jean-Luc Wolfender, Section des Sciences Pharmaceutiques and Docteur Thierry BRUN, Département de Physiologie cellulaire et Métabolisme
Arginase 2 as a Metabolic Immune Checkpoint in Anti-tumor Immunity
Sous la direction de : Professeur Walter Reith, Département de Pathologie et Immunologie
et la codirection de : Professeur Jean-Claude Martinou, Département de Biologie Cellulaire