The International Graduate School for Plant Science is offering an international PhD program with excellent research possibilities for young scientists. iGRAD-Plant is a joint program with the Research Center Jülich and the Genetics program of the Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA. In order to achieve international research experience all PhD students in the iGRAD-Plant program perform a 6 to 9 month research stay at the Michigan State University, one of the leading universities of plant science in the USA. Research areas and training are covered in:
- Molecular Plant Sciences
- Quantitative Biology
For short information see iGRAD-Plant Flyer
The program is funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, DFG/ GRK1525 "The dynamic response of plants to a changing environment".