HELENA – an investment in the future
The Graduate School Environmental Health serves as an ideal career springboard through excellent research, training and networks. More...
The Helmholtz Graduate School Environmental Health, or HELENA for short, started its new “Translational Medicine Seminar Series” on May 30, 2017. Prof. Dr. Günther Wess, CEO of Helmholtz Zentrum München, opened the new format.
ENABLE is the first European symposium organized by and for PhD students and Postdocs. This initiative seeks to promote excellence in the biomedical sciences in Europe by supporting young researchers, strengthening scientific careers, and bringing biomedicine closer to society.
This year's IKOM Career Fair will be hosted at TUM Campus Garching from 19 to 22 June 2017, where 316 companies from all sectors will present themselves.
How is Machine Learning changing the Life Sciences? In the life sciences, researchers are increasingly leveraging machine learning in their work to drive groundbreaking discoveries that may help improve the health and wellbeing of people.
HELENA provides exceptional opportunities for graduate students:
- Doctoral work in interdisciplinary research teams at one of the leading centers for health and environment research
- Intensive scientific training in one of the eight thematic fields
- Translational projects with close links between basic and clinical research
- Access to state-of-the-art platforms and training in the latest technologies
- Networking on an international scale, with financial support for attending international conferences and for research stays at other institutions
- Promotion of independence and self-management
- Intensive guidance and mentoring by a personal Thesis Committee
- Design of an individual training program
- Career promotion and training in management, leadership and communication
- Conferral of a doctorate from either Ludwig-Maximians-Universität (LMU) or Technische Universität München (TUM)
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