Become a member of the ever-growing neuroscientific community in Leipzig

We welcome

  • Doctoral students in the neurosciences who want to benefit from the expertise of the neuroscience community in Leipzig. Apply by writing to the scientific coordinator. The only prerequisites are : 1) a thesis advisory committee (TAC), and 2) entry in a doctoral list of the respective home faculty. If you are in a competitive PhD program (DFG GRK, IMPRS), please let us know.
  • Postdocs with background in the neurosciences who want to gain supervision experience, become part of a TAC, or join courses organized by the school. Apply by writing to the scientific coordinator.
  • Principal investigators that enroll their doctoral students in the school.

Students' impressions from TAC meetings

Find out about our students' experiences with TACs. They talk about how to choose members of a TAC, what is being discussed during meetings and what are the benefits of having a TAC.

TAC impressions - Ole Bialas

TAC impressions - Ole Bialas

TAC impressions - Charlotte Schulz

TAC impressions - Charlotte Schulz

TAC impressions - Alessandro Braga

TAC impressions - Alessandro Braga

TAC impressions - Ole Bialas (in German)

TAC impressions - Ole Bialas (in German)

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Brain Dynamics concept

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Participating principal investigators

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Participating institutes

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