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22.07.2021

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PhD position

13 open PhD positions within the DFG-funded Research Training Group 2660 on the Neural mechanisms of (mal)adaptive approach and avoidance behaviour

About

This RTG 2660 Neural mechanisms of (mal)adaptive approach and avoidance behaviour focuses  on the two fundamental behavioural patterns approach and avoidance.  They are studied on multiple descriptive, interferential and analytical  levels with emphasis on the translation of findings from basic to  applied research and from animal models towards humans (Projects). It involves a multi-disciplinary team of principal investigators with psychological, psychiatric and neurobiological backgrounds and research foci.

The DFG-funded Research Training Group 2660 on the Neural mechanisms of (mal)adaptive approach and avoidance behaviour invites excellent young scientists to apply for one of 13 open Ph.D. positions starting from November 2021. Payment is based on the German TV-L scale (E13, 65%). Positions will be funded for 3 years.


Deadline

Application deadline is 15th August 2021.


Learn more about the project and how to apply here