Newsletter: May 2018

What is the current state of health research in Germany? What are the challenges? And why are international partnerships so important in this area? In this edition we report on the latest developments and collaborations. You can also read how a young man from Yemen became one of Germany’s best-known science communicators, learn about current funding programmes and discover our number of the month.

IN FOCUS: Health research





"Research in Germany" information seminar at Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan

Interested in doing a PhD or postdoc in Germany? Looking for an appropriate programme and funding opportunities? Meet the "Research in Germany" team at Waseda University in Tokyo on 17 May 2018 between 1 pm and 6 pm. Registration is possible until 15 May.


"Research in Germany" at the 11th Annual NIH Career Symposium, Washington, D.C., USA

Come and join us at the 11th Annual Career Symposium of the National Institutes of Health in Washington, D.C. on 18 May! This event is the best opportunity for students, graduates and professionals to learn about the many choices of an academic career in Germany.


"Research in Germany" at the BCF Career Event, Utrecht, Netherlands

Ready to take the next step in your scientific career? Meet our delegation of German universities and research institutions at the BCF Career Event in Utrecht on 24 May. Take the opportunity and learn about vacant PhD and postdoctoral positions in Germany!


"Research in Germany" information seminar, Seoul, South Korea

Interested in doing a PhD or postdoc in Germany? Join the "Research in Germany" team at the Goethe Institute Korea in Seoul on 24 May 2018 to find out more about PhD programmes, funding opportunities and much more. Please register until 22 May.


"Research in Germany" online talks, 4 to 7 June 2018

Join our online talks from 4 to 7 June with experts from German research institutions and testimonials from all over the world giving you an insight in the German research landscape, funding opportunities and many more! The online talks are free of charge and will be conducted in English.