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Career & Funding

Clinician Scientist Programs at the University Medicine Rostock

  1. To improve the recruiting of young medical scientific researchers and to support their specific challenges concerning compatibility of research and clinical work, the University Medicine Rostock (UMR) established a Rostock Academy for Clinician Scientists (RACS). In order to create efficient incentives for an academic/research career besides medical training, 15 positions for an advanced training in a clinical specialty/subspecialty (ärztliche Weiterbildungsstellen) are advertised. The key element of the program is the research protected time of two years within the specialist/subspecialist training time to conduct a theoretical research project. The program consists of an individual clinical, scientific and soft skill educational curriculum and is structured into a Junior and an Advanced Clinician Scientist Program. The positions are available now: job advertisement. More information about the Rostock Academy for Clinician Scientists (in German).
     
  2. In addition to RACS, the CTNR offers two Clinician Scientist positions in the Neurosciences for the research protected time of two years within the specialist/subspecialist training time to conduct a theoretical research project in the field of Neurosciences. The program consists of an individual clinical, scientific and soft skill educational curriculum under the umbrella of the Rostock Academy for Clinician Scientists (RACS, see above). Application information. (Template project description, template CV).

CTNR Clinician Scientists

2019 - 2021

Dr. med. Maxi Kersten

Since 2015, Dr. Kersten is a resident at the Department of Neurology and member of a clinical research group for movement disorders and deep brain stimulation. As a Neuro Clinician Scientist, Dr. Kersten will work on "Functional characterization of the basal ganglia-cortex network to improve individual clinical efficacy of deep brain stimulation in movement disorders".

The clinical mentor of Dr. Kersten is Prof. Dr. med. Alexander Storch (Department of Neurology) and the scientific mentor is Prof. Dr. med. Rüdiger Köhling (Oscar-Langendorff- Institute of Physiology).

The monthly newsletter is a free service of the Centre for Transdisciplinary Neurosciences Rostock.
It provides information about recent funding opportunities, awards, training opportunities and events in the field of neurosciences.

The following links give an overview about further funding opportunities for projects, positions, travel etc.

Overview about Foundations, Associations and Awards