Innovative Detection Method
The CompuGene Student Lab is an interdisciplinary student research laboratory in Darmstadt. With the help of modern synthetic biology methods, we would like to develop our own research project to solve current problems. At the moment, we are working on the rapid and cost-effective detection of pathogens or relevant marker molecules in medicine. You can help us immensely with your expertise. Where in your working environment would you like to see new, rapid detection methods, e.g. for the diagnosis of diseases, the detection of drugs, etc.? Please take a few minutes to answer the following questions, as we will gear our research project very specifically to your suggestions.
Thank you very much for your help!
(Hinweis: Es müssen nicht alle Fragen beantwortet werden.)
Are you interested in joining us?
As the project is still in its infancy, we are specifically looking for motivated students who, in addition to research work, are also interested in setting up the organisational framework. The project is currently supervised by Professors , Heinz Koeppl and Dominik Niopek, who support the students with their expertise. Beatrix Suess
Participation in the project is possible during the course of study and is not bound to semester limits. Participation in the project gives students their first valuable experience in independent project and team work, which would otherwise only be gained in the context of a doctorate.
The minimum duration of participation in the project is 6 months, but can be extended to a longer period. During the project, a time commitment of at least 400 h per semester and a laboratory phase is to be expected. There will be more intensive and less intensive work phases. The team size will be limited to about 10 participants at the beginning of the project.
Are you interested in being part of this project?
Then send a letter of motivation and your CV (maximum 1 page each) to CompuGeneStudentLab@csb.tu-….
In the letter of motivation, you describe why you want to participate in the project and roughly describe a research idea that interests you. You are welcome to attach further relevant documents to your application.
If you have any questions about participation or the project in general, please feel free to contact us!