The IPMM curriculum allows students to individually tailor a course program to fit their particular educational background and their specific research interests in the fields of natural sciences, molecular medicine, biomedical statistics and science communication. The basic outline of the study plans is set out below. The formal coursework is required for the completion of the dissertation and encompass a minimum of four hours per week and semester over four semesters.
The attended courses should be documented on the IPMM attendance forms.
If you have further questions regarding the curriculum please contact PD Dr. Catherin Niemann
An overview of all lectures, courses and seminars of the University of Cologne can be seen in KLIPS 2.0: (Faculty -> Faculty of Medicine -> Division -> Courses)
Some of these lectures and seminars might be of interest (according to your project) for postgraduates of the Interdisciplinary Program Molecular Medicine at the University of Cologne.
The Center for Molecular Medicine Cologne (CMMC) organizes and supports several workshops and seminars.
For further information, please visit: https://www.cmmc-uni-koeln.de/ipmm/2022-transferable-skills-workshops-and-seminar
There are only a limited number of slots per workshop available. The deadline for registration will be closed as soon as the number of participants has been reached. Therefore, we highly recommend registering as soon as possible.
The Albertus Magnus Center provides additional transferable skills courses.
For further information, please visit: The Albertus Magnushttps://www.portal.uni-koeln.de/9541.html
If you have further questions, please contact:
Dr. Debora Grosskopf-Kroiher - debora.grosskopf-kroiher[at]uni-koeln.de