And today in the institute, it was Elvin Leonard Vincent Paul's turn from Arndt Siekmann's group. He successfully defended his PhD thesis this morning. Congratulations Elvin!
What a week! https://t.co/2L09TMuiy9
Today in the institute, @Tolen13 from Hans Schöler group successfully defended his PhD thesis. Congratulations Erik! https://t.co/8bsLml30RO
16 PhD Positions: Imaging Cellular Processes and Disease. Apply with the International Max Planck Research School – Molecular Biomedicine (IMPRS-MBM) and the Cells in Motion Research Cluster (CiM). #sciencecareer #jobopening #phdstudenthttps://t.co/HJyrjEWy4z
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