In September 2013, AIMMS started its STAR Graduate Programme with a competitive grant from the Dutch Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). This funding enabled us to offer Scientific Top training in Antimicrobial Research (STAR) to a selection of talented Master’s students, followed by offering a PhD position to the four most promising students to start their research within the AIMMS institute as from September 2015.
For an introduction to our NWO STAR PhD students click here.
As of September 2016, we have extended our STAR Graduate programme with financial aid from the EU’s Marie Curie Cofund. The selection procedure was open to (foreign) Master’s students who comply with the international mobility rule as defined in the MSCA programme. In two calls, 4 candidates were selected. To meet our new STAR PhD students click here.
An additional call was opened in October 2018 for a 3-year PhD student.
AIMMS PhD Graduate programme
In line with VU regulations, the AIMMS PhD Graduate programme encompasses an appointment for 3 or 4 years. The PhD student will work within one of the AIMMS research groups on a PhD research project on antimicrobial research. The PhD student will join AIMMS and follow the obligatory PhD Training programme to ensure training as highly skilled, independent researchers in AIMMS related research areas. The programme prepares students on a work career after obtaining the PhD, either continuing in academia or in industry.
For more information on the AIMMS PhD programme, click here.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 713669
For more information on the Cofund STAR PLUS graduate programme, please contact:
Dr Jurgen Haanstra
T +31 (0)20 59 87193