Information from GAUSS & GAUSS Career Service

Call for course registrations – June 2019

Logo_GAUSS&GGNBThe registration for methods and skills courses held in June 2019 will be open from 1 April. You can register for courses taking place in June from 1-20 April; the slots will be allocated on 25 April. Please check carefully for scheduling conflicts. In case you have registered but then need to cancel a course, you can still do so before the end of April. From 1 May your participation will be binding and cancellation is only possible with a statement by your supervisor or your doctor’s attestation.

For a full list of courses scheduled for the summer semester 2019 please go to UniVZ.

A detailed description on how to register for a course can be found here: Courses_Instructions_2019

Skills courses:

Check the detailed course descriptions in UniVZ or Stud.IP before signing up as some courses require pre-work or follow-up work or have an unusual duration!

Trainer UniVZ ID Title of Course Credits Date Recommended for (early/middle/late PhD)
Thielsch, Angelika; Dindas, Henrik 340248 S 65 Registration exclusively via

Teaching & Learning in Higher Education
1.0 22 + 29 Jun 2019  allTimes
Schiller, Alexander 340299 GS 02 Teams and Leadership 0.5 12-14 Jun 2019  middle+late
Industry Excursions 340204 X 18 Bayer Health Care, Wuppertal 0.5 26 Jun 2019  late
Industry Excursions 340194 X 17 B.Braun, Melsungen 0.5 10 May 2019  late
Women-Only Course
Schick, Elisabeth 340153 W 07 Successful and authentic self-presentation 0.5 24-25 Jun 2019  allTimes
Courses on teaching skills/didactics: the Hochschuldidaktik team offers courses both in English and German:
German Language Courses (open only for students of certain doctoral programs): see UniVZ
ZESS courses (skills, languages):


Methods courses:

Please keep in mind to evaluate your methods courses directly afterwards.

Department/Group Supervisor(s) UniVZ ID Title of Course Credits Date
Molecular Biology & Genetics
Cramer Patrick  – 340316 A 214 Genome Science Lecture Series 1.0 Fridays: Apr to Jun 2019
Cell Biology & Microbiology, Imaging
Luther, Stefan Raúl Quiñonez, Vineesh Kappadan 340326 A 226 Optical Mapping for Cardiomyocyte Cultures and Isolated Hearts 1.0 4-5 Jun 2019
Enderlein, Jörg, Tsukanov, Roman Nazar Oleksiievets 340406 A244 Super-resolution microscopy with DNA-PAINT  0.5 5 Jun 2019
Developmental Biology, Anatomy & Histology
Bucher, Gregor  – 340083 A 145 Orthologs and Paralogs – how they evolve and how to distinguish them 0.5 7 Jun 2019
Streckfuß-Bömeke, Katrin  – 340375 A 239 Patient-specific induced pluripotent stem cells (Ps-iPSCs) 1.0 25-26 Jun 2019
Molecular & Cellular Neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Fiala, André Annekathrin Widmann 340319 A 216 Neuronal circuit dissection in Drosophila 1.0 3-5 Jun 2019
Biophysics, Bioinformatics and Statistics
Grubmüller, Helmut / Schmidt, Christoph F. Grubmüller, Helmut / Schmidt, Christoph F. 340166 A 025 Current Topics in Biophysics – Lecture Series 1.0 Fridays
Steinem, Claudia Andreas Janshoff / Ingo Mey/ Florian Mann 340235 A 169 Atomic Force Microscopy versatile tools to study surfaces and surface properties 1.0 20 Jun 2019
Söding, Johannes Roth, Christian
Seidel, Annika
340327 A 227 Writing good scientific code 1.0 3-4 Jun 2019


Laboratory Animal Science: 
Courses are offered by the UMG. To register, please contact Dr. Monique Silter ( The fees for the course have to be covered by the department of the participant.
Theoretical part: online course. The passing of a written exam is prerequisite for participation in the practical part.
Practical part (Modules 1-6):
11-15 Feb 2019 24-28 Jun 2019
4-8 Mar 2019 2-6 Sep 2019
18-22 Mar 2019 23-27 Sep 2019
6-10 May 2019 21-25 Oct 2019
3-7 Jun 2019 25-29 Nov 2019