You Are the Future of Science
… a talented, motivated, and creative young scientist, with the spirit to envision the future direction research will take. We offer you exciting projects, innovative tools and a vibrant research environment to make that future possible.
© Gerhard Rödel Group
TU Dresden, Willers-Bau | Room C207
TU Dresden, Faculty of Biology | Room E33, ground floor
See you soon in Dresden
A career in science is among the most exciting and rewarding experiences. Pursuing a PhD is a challenging task that requires commitment, passion and hard work. Guided and trained by experts you will develop the skills needed to become an independent, creative and innovative scientist able to develop your own project ideas.
The Dresden International Graduate School for Biomedicine and Bioengineering (DIGS-BB) offers you an extraordinary opportunity to explore your capabilities, to brainstorm your ideas, to develop professionally and personally and to shape yourself as an outstanding scientist. Our mission is to help you become a visionary research leader. To accomplish this goal, we offer a structured training program with exciting interdisciplinary projects and outstanding expert supervision. In addition, built on a strategy of excellence, our PhD program has an open door policy and offers direct access to campus-wide facilities. Our world-class faculty will help you build a network that extends also to our alumni worldwide and will accompany you throughout your life.
I would like to invite you to explore our website and discover the possibilities that our Graduate School offers for your future career. Dig into our research interests; take a look at our faculty and what drives their research; find out about our current PhD students from around the world; and explore the truly interdisciplinary projects, the internship possibilities and the career development opportunities.
The Graduate School team looks forward to hearing from you and to learning about your ideas and research interest. See you soon in Dresden!
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Rödel. Spokesperson DIGS-BB