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Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine
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48149 Münster

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Career portal of the Max Planck Society

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Our staff members are our key to success

Since their founding, the institutes of the Max Planck Society have attached great importance to fostering the careers of young scientists. This covers everything from including students in research plans at the various institutes to supporting doctoral candidates and granting post-doctoral time-limited contracts to junior scientists and researchers. Here you will find information on your possible start at the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine, as an intern, scientist or as an apprentice.


Current job openings are listed under vacancies. For German vacancies, please see the German website.

  • PhD students should apply via the international PhD program. The call for applications for this program is open once a year, mostly from February until April. Please see the specific website for details.
  • PhD students and postdocs who do not find a job opening under vacancies may check the individual departments and research groups. If applications are welcome, it is explicitly stated on the respective website, mostly under 'Team'.
  • Information on possiblities for a vocational training is listed here: Vocational training.
  • If you want to apply for an internship, please follow the details listed here: Internships.

International PhD Program

Since 1999, the Max Planck Society has been offering German and foreign students a special PhD program that is organized together with the universities: the International Max Planck Research Schools (IMPRS). They are directed toward scientists in Germany and from other countries who are in the phase between their first university degree and a PhD.

Since 2009 the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine has been offering such a PhD program: the International Max Planck Research School - Molecular Biomedicine, or IMPRS-MBM for short.

Max Planck Research Groups

The "Max Planck Research Groups" run by the Max Planck Society have proven to be a special form of support for junior scientists and researchers and aim to promote particularly gifted young scientists and researchers who have an outstanding track record in their field. In a five-year research program with separate resources, the leaders of these Max Planck Research Groups take on responsibilities that afford them the opportunity to qualify themselves for leading positions in research. There are currently more than 70 Max Planck Research Groups operating at Max Planck Institutes.

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