GMI: Michael Nodine receives funding for RNA Biology PhD position

Michael Nodine, junior group leader at the Gregor Mendel Institute, has received funding (value approx. €200,000) from a graduate program in RNA biology to finance a new PhD position in his group for 3 years.

The DK (DoktoratsKolleg) RNA Biology is a focused doctoral program in Vienna funded by the FWF (Austrian Science Fund), the Medical University of Vienna and the University of Vienna. The GMI participates as one of five institutions. More information on Michael's research interests in the program here.

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