... for a Postdoc
We do have a strong track record in acquiring third party funding to join the lab (DFG, Marie Curie, Humboldt Foundation) for projects with a good mutual fit to the lab and the applicant. Please contact Radek directly for this.
... for a PhD
We are part of the Berlin School of Mind and Brain and the Einstein Center for Neurosciences Berlin. Both programs offer PhD scholarships in an independent, merit-based selection process. Many of our lab members are funded this way. The application deadline each year is around December/January.
We also have a strong track record in supporting applicants to gain their own funding to join the lab for PhD students from the DAAD, and from their home countries (in particular Chile and China).
If you want to apply to these programs with our lab as a potential host, please contact Radek first. Optimally send a CV and a one page sketch of a project idea along.
... for master thesis / master internship
We are excited to work with master students and interns, but we also receive many more excellent applications than we can accept. We evaluate every candidate first and foremost by merit. However, in general your application will have a higher chance of success if (i) you are willing to stay at least 6 months or do a thesis with us - neuroimaging projects are complex and it takes time get good work done, and (ii) a PhD or PostDoc in the lab is willing to co-supervise you.
To get involved in existing projects please get informed about the current projects running in the lab and the general research interests of the lab members (e.g. on this website). Then contact the lab member whose projects interest you directly with an informal inquiry.