Information from GAUSS & GAUSS Career Service

Call for course registrations – May 2020

The registration for methods and skills courses held in May 2020 will be open from 1 March.Logo_GAUSS&GGNB You can register for courses taking place in May from 1-20 March; the slots will be allocated on 25 March.

Please check carefully for scheduling conflicts. Registration after the 20 March not possible, please do not contact the course instructors. All communication regarding the courses should be via the GAUSS or GGNB Office. In case you have registered but then need to cancel a course, you can still do so in StudIP before the end of March. From 1 April your participation will be binding and cancellation is only possible with a statement by your supervisor or your doctor’s attestation via an email to the office, not to the course instructors.

For a full list of courses scheduled for the summer semester 2020 please go to UniVZthe data are due to changes and therefore preliminary!

A detailed description on how to register for a course can be found here: Courses_Instructions_SoSe_2020

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 Course ID S: GGNB GS: GAUSS Title of Course Credits Date Recommended for (early/middle/late PhD)
Zahn, Jonas 340407 GS 05 Critical Reasoning and Logic 1.0 25-26 May 2020  allTimes
Ronsöhr, Cedric 340404 GS 07 Basics in business competence 1.5 18-20 May 2020  late
German Language Courses (open only for students of certain doctoral programs): see UniVZ
ZESS courses:

Methods courses:

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

Department/Group Supervisor(s) UniVZ ID Title of Course Credits Date
Feußner, Ivo Feußner, Kirstin 340456 A 259 Introduction in non-targeted metabolomics 1.5 4-6 May 2020
Jahn, Reinhard Angel Perez-Lara, Sonja Pribicevic 340255 A 210 Study of membrane binding proteins involved in exocytosis 1.0 6-7 May 2020
Rehling, Peter Ridhima Gomkale, Roya Yousefi 340212 A 164 In vitro import into purified mitochondria 1.0 14-15 May 2020
Molecular Biology & Genetics
Jakobs, Stefan Daniel Jans 340459 A 260 STED nanoscopy and immunolabeling 1.0 12-13 May 2020
Cell Biology & Microbiology, Imaging
Pöhlmann, Stefan Michael Winkler, Markus Hoffmann, Heike Hofmann-Winkler 340221 A 171 Viral transduction systems 1.5 12-14 May 2020
Roos, Christian Angela Noll 340322 A 221 NGS-based identification of gastrointestinal parasites 1.0 11-12 May 2020
Roos, Christian Angela Noll 340323 A 222 Assessing biodiversity: Investigating the blood meal of leeches 1.0 25-26 May 2020
Roos, Christian Angela Noll 340324 A 223 NGS-based identification of the gut microbiome 1.0 13-14 May 2020
Enderlein, Jörg Jang Hongje 340454 A 255 Sample preparation and image analysis for 3D fluorescence microscopy of living cells 1.0 12-13 May 2020
Enderlein, Jörg Akshita Sharma, Jan Christoph Thiele, Aditya Katti 340484 A 269 Basics of fluorescence microscopy and spectroscopy in biophysics 1.0 May 2020 (tba)
Developmental Biology, Anatomy & Histology
Wilting, Jörg Ch. Zelent 340341 A 235 Transmission electron microscopy 3.0 4-8 May 2020
Molecular & Cellular Neuroscience, Electrophysiology
Nave, Klaus-Armin Möbius, Wiebke 340328 A 228 A practical introduction into electron microscopy 1.0 11-12 May 2020
Theoretical, Systems & Behavioral Neuroscience
Antal, Andrea Strenzke, Nicola / Hoch, Gerhard 340054 A 041 Auditory and visual evoked potentials 1.0 7-8 May 2020
Biophysics, Bioinformatics and Statistics
Steinem, Claudia Dominik Ruppelt, Merve Sari, Ingo Mey 340067 A 133 Using biosensors to study analyte-ligand interactions: basic principles and applications 0.5 8 May 2020
Gollisch, Tim Dimokratis Karamanlis, Yunus Can Erol, Juan Diego Prieto Ramirez, Sören Zapp 340455 A 258 Introduction to neural data analysis with Python 1.5 11-13 May 2020
Liepe, Juliane Sarah Henze, Florian Jochheim 340479 A 266 Introduction to data science with Python 1.5 6-8 May 2020
Extended Methods Courses
Milosevic, Ira / Carter, Brett 340095 E 003 ENI Electrophysiology Training (ENI-ELECTRAIN) 4.0 4-15 May 2020


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):
25-29 Nov 2019 22-26 Jun 2020
10-14 Feb 2020 21-25 Sep 2020
23-27 Mar 2020 23-27 Nov 2020