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Scientific Training

In scientific training, the students can select and set up their own individual curriculum from an offering of lectures, seminars, and journal clubs (within the different thematic fields), method courses, guest lectures and retreats (interdisciplinary activities) as well as international conferences, research stays and summer schools (international training).

Two thematic fields, Lung Biology and Disease and Radiation Research, are represented by the two Helmholtz Research Schools “Lung Biology and Diseases” and “Radiation Sciences”, founded in 2010 and 2012 respectively. HELENA sets the basic standards and provides a rooftop structure for both Research Schools.

Graduate students may participate in lectures, seminars and courses offered by the universities or other graduate programs. These training activities can also be accredited with HELENA Equivalents if the participation is certified by the respective institutions.

iLBD (CPC), IAF, IAP, IEM, LRR
IDG, ISF, IES, IFE, MEG, SBO, AHS
IBIS, IBMI, STB, ICB, ASC, IMC, PROT, AAP
IDO, NBD, IDM, IDF, IEG, GAC, IDR, AVM, IDC, IPI
EPI I, EPI II, AME, IGM, IHG, IGE, ING
VIRO, AMIR, TMI, TOXI, AZS, AGV
ISS, IRT, ISB, ZYTO
BIOP, EUS, INET, PGSB, IGOE, EOIC, BGC, COMI, CMA
Helmholtz Graduate School Environmental Health

Coordinator: Dr. Amudha Brugger

Research School Lung Biology and Disease

Coordinator: Dr. Doreen Franke

Helmholtz Research School of Radiation Sciences RS2

Coordinator: Dr. Corinna Loës

Questions? Ask HELENA!