Two Faculty Members in list of ‘highly cited researchers’

21/11/2017 Both Prof. Ralf Bartenschlager as well as Prof. Karin Schumacher are ranked in the top 1% by citations for field and publication year in Web of Science. Clarivate Analytics (a spin-off of Thomson Reuters) used the publications between 2005 and 2015 to calculate the scores. [...]

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Molecular Biosciences , First Alumni Meeting

In 2007 the Master Program “Molecular Biosciences” was launched. Now, 10 years later it is time to celebrate the 10th anniversary and have our 1st Alumni meeting.

We cordially invite all current and former students to meet on Saturday November 25th 2017 in the DKFZ. The program is featuring Alumni and Keynote speakers and there will be plenty of time to chat with your former or current class mates. The current program is attached. Please feel free to spread this information and invite other Molecular Biosciences students to this event.

Please register via this link:

We are looking forward to meeting you at this event.


BIOspective: Talks from a new perspective

In the upcoming events popular scientists, life science professionals, industry representatives, and other science relevant persons will be invited to the University of Heidelberg and will give first-hand insights into their own career path and research.

This talk series is organised by students for students of all levels. Everybody is welcome to propose lecturers and to take an active part in the organisation. Moreover these talks will be unique in Heidelberg, providing a platform for bilateral discussion and for crosstalk between the years. We are looking forward to see you there.

BIOspective: Dr. Sebastian Schuck

We are pleased to invite you for the fifth installment of BIOspective on December 4th in the BioQuant. Like before will the talk place in SR041 at 6 pm. This time Dr. Sebastian Schuck, CellNetworks junior group leader at the ZMBH, will introduce and showcase critical steps in pursuing the path of academic research. Besides focusing on a career in science and their benefits and challenges, he will also point out how a fulfilling life outside the lab and the exciting profession can work hand in hand.

You can see this as an opportunity to ask a young group leader any question you like.