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Qualification Program and Supervision Strategy in our RTG
The Strategy of the RTG 2375 is the “Integrated research at the interfaces of medicine, biology and chemical engineering”
The overriding goal is the training of highly qualified scientists who will produce a new generation of highly interdisciplinary working scientists in the field of translation of drug carrier systems.
Within the framework of the Research Training Group, each doctoral researcher is supervised by an interdisciplinary and sometimes international tandem. This includes the possibility for each doctoral researcher to rotate to industry or another international research laboratory.
Each doctoral researcher will be supervised by an interdisciplinary and partly also international tandem within the framework of the Research Training Group. This includes for each PhD student the possibility of a rotation to industry or another international research laboratory.
During the three-year doctoral phase, the scientists are to grow into broadly educated, highly skilled and internationally competitive scientists in a balanced interplay of further qualification and supervision.
In doing so, we rely on a systematic program consisting of 3 phases, the initiation phase, the phase of further technical development and the phase of further development of soft skills. These phases are complemented by regular meetings within the framework of the supervision strategy. This includes various meetings (bi-weekly meetings, annual meetings, Journal Club) and weekly meetings with the direct supervisor.