The Department of Systems Biology (Department of Systems Biology) is a research-based department with some of Denmarks most cited researchers (SCI-index) who are world leading in their fields. Current research topics include Systems Biology, Bioinformatics, Industrial Biotechnology, Metabolic Engineering, Nutrigenomics and Infection Microbiology.
Why become a PhD student at Department of Systems Biology?
As a PhD student at Department of Systems Biology, you will be part of an international research environment. Department of Systems Biology attracts highly qualified and motivated researchers, teachers and students from all over the world. At present, 30 different nationalities are represented among the staff. The department has the largest number of PhD students at DTU. At present, 128 PhD students are enrolled and this number will increase in the years to come. Research is conducted by a staff consisting of 86 faculty members, approximately 30 post-doctoral fellows and frequently visiting scientists. A well-established laboratory infrastructure and a range of highly qualified technicians contribute to the excellent research environment.
How can you become PhD student at Department of Systems Biology?
National as well as international candidates may apply for the programme. We are seeking highly qualified candidates with high grades and a focused interest in research. The PhD programme is a learning process where the PhD student learns to perform research under guidance. It is therefore important to establish a personal contact with a researcher before applying for the PhD programme.
To find the right professor or associate professor that matches your specific interest or project idea go to the list of Research Areas and Phd Contacts at Department of Systems Biology.