Melanie Mittenbühler & Hans-Georg Sprenger

CGA Story: Academic Career after PhD thesis

Our Alumnis Melanie Mittenbühler and Hans-Georg Sprenger both chose to follow an academic career after finishing their PhD thesis projects in Cologne.

Eugene Ballhysa, Student at Cologne Graduate School of Ageing Research

CGA Story: My first year as CGA student

Eugene Ballhysa talks about his first year at the CGA and his experiences during the application process.

After the Cologne Ageing Summer School: What do our participants say?

The Cologne Ageing Summer School 2020 was surely a great experience for all people involved, with 4 days of interesting scientific lectures and…

Kristin Gehling, Cologne Graduate School of Ageing Research Master Fellowship

CGA Story: Master Fellowship programme

Kristin Gehling tells us about her experiences and the advantages of the CGA Master Fellowship programme

What is ageing and why do we age? We train a new generation of outstanding biomedical researchers to unravel the molecular mechanisms of ageing. We invite scientists with a research background in cell or molecular biology, biochemistry, biophysics, bioinformatics, bioengineering, pharmacology, neuroscience, medical biology, medicine, or related fields to apply for our PhD programme. Join the Cologne Graduate School of Ageing Research in Germany and advance your career with a doctoral degree in life sciences!

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