Open calls (for September 2021) for applications for enrolment and scholarships for the Research Year 2021 in the field of Clinical Medicine, Forensic Medicine, Dentistry, Oral Health, Biomedicine, Public Health at the Graduate School of Health, Aarhus University, Denmark (PhD Scholarships)
Deadline to Apply
April 15, 2021 (23: 59 GMT +1)
|No. of Position(s)||One or more|
|Research Area||– ClinFO|
– Public Health
|Scholarship||According to Standard Norms|
|Starting date||September 1, 2021|
|Workplace||Graduate School of Health|
Katrinebjergvej 89 F, bld. 5132
DK-8200 Aarhus N
|Contract Period||Check out the guidelines of doing Doing a PhD|
Graduate degree in the relevant field
According to the relevant research programme
How to Apply?
To access the application form, click the relevant field below:
Please note that incomplete applications will not be evaluated – all mandatory attachments have to be submitted before the deadline. Furthermore, please be aware that we only evaluate one application per applicant per call. Thus, if you have submitted more than one application, we reserve the right to evaluate the last application received.
- Bachelor diploma and transcripts of records
- Motivation and Competences
- Project description (3-5 pages)
The Graduate School of Health has a framework of Graduate Programmes (GPs). The foundation for the PhD degree programme is formed by the five departments at the Faculty of Health: Department of Clinical Medicine, Department of Biomedicine, Department of Public Health, Department of Forensic Medicine and Department of Dentistry. As a PhD student you are enrolled in one of three graduate programmes:
The ClinFO Programme covers three fields of clinical sciences associated with the Department of Forensic Medicine, the Department of Dentistry and Oral Health, and the Department of Clinical Medicine.
The research projects extend from basic and transitional research to advanced studies in epidemiology and clinical trials including in vivo studies in healthy subjects, clinical patient-related research and animal experiments as well as in vitro research using tissue biopsies, explants and cell lines.
Our research facilities are excellent with state-of-the-art equipped research laboratories and our highly skilled laboratory assistants and post-docs enable advanced projects at the highest level.
The Graduate Programme in Biomedicine oversees enrollment and completion of PhD studies within the Department of Biomedicine. To ensure a fair and sound process in these matters, the Programme has secured a broad involvement of the Department’s Faculty and students. Relevant PhD courses are also offered with involvement of the Programme in close collaboration with other Graduate Programmes in the Graduate School of Health. Students and supervisors alike are invited to contact the Head of the Programme or local representatives for all types of advice pertinent to applications or PhD training.
Public Health programme
Public Health Science comprises an important part of the scientific foundation for health and wellbeing in the population.
Public Health Science focuses on occurrence, distribution, causes and consequences of health and diseases in the population. It also includes the study of health promotion, prevention, rehabilitation, health and social services, drugs in sports and body cultural phenomena.
Public Health Science is a broad, interdisciplinary field with an interface to other areas of health science, including biostatistics, medicine, biomedical and clinical research. Public Health Science includes specialised disciplines, based on epidemiological, statistical, biomedical, physical-chemical, psychological, social science, sport science and human research methods.
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Open calls for Phd Scholarships – Research Year Call 2021 04
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