Apr 12, 2019

GBM - Masterpreis

  • Crimson Education
  • Germany
Competition Other

Description

Since 2006, the GBM has awarded the GBM Master Award for outstanding master's theses related to molecular biosciences and/or biochemistry through the respective city groups. Graduates of the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, whose masters thesis has a clear link to the molecular biosciences and/or biochemistry, can apply. The award winner receives a book voucher from Spektrum Akademischer Verlag as well as one-year free membership in the GBM. Included in the membership is the free subscription to the magazine BIOspektrum.

Today GBM is the largest bioscience specialist society in Germany. It offers its approximately 5300 members from universities, research institutes and industry a strong representation of their interests vis-à-vis politics, business, and the public as well as opportunities for international cooperation. Inside, the GBM opens up numerous opportunities for networking and promoting the academic career.

The GBM Master Award Münster is awarded once a year for the last two semesters. The next event will take place in January 2019, with a work from the winter semester 2017/2018 or the summer semester 2018 being honored. The award ceremony will take place within the biochemical colloquium together with the GBM Lecture in Münster.


Type of Opportunity

Extracurricular Activity

Age Range

Post-graduate students

Competitiveness

5/5

Only one thesis is selected from hundreds of applicants.

Participation Cost

$

There are no costs involved with the application for this prize.

Minimum Technical Skill Needed

5/5

Applicants for this prize must present an original and outstanding Master's thesis in one of the following disciplines: biochemistry, pharmaceutical sciences and technologies, microbiology, molecular cell biology and immunology, neurobiology, cellular and molecular biology of plants, molecular medicine, cellular and molecular neurosciences, thematic classification of the work, molecular biology, cell biology, protein biochemistry, pathology, pharmacology and toxicology, biotechnology, chemical biology, or structural biology.

Time Commitment

5/5

The work submitted for this competition involves several years worth of conducted research (masters thesis)

Application Deadline

Application deadline: 30th September (end of summer semester).

Application Process Includes

The nomination is made by the supervising university teacher. For this, an email must be sent to jgbm-muenster.de with all necessary documents by the deadline. In addition to the Master's thesis, a short tabular curriculum vitae and a statement of the university lecturer with a maximum of one page on the scientific significance of the thesis must be submitted.

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