The Graduate Academy's offices are located at Domstraße 14, on the ground floor, rooms E13 and E14.
The Head of the Graduate Academy, Dr. Michael G. Schöner, is supported by the assistantst Sandrina Gaebel, Matthias Gralow and Lena Hennecke.
The Graduate Academy's spokesperson is Prof. Dr. Barbara Bröker; the deputy spokesperson is Prof. Dr. Michael North.
Coordinating Circle for Junior Research Support
The “Coordinating Circle for Junior Research Support” has been established as a working group in which coordinators from the research training groups and the joint research groups at the University of Greifswald, the mentoring programmes, the Research Support Centre, the International Office and the Alfried Krupp Institute of Advanced Studies contribute their ideas for junior research support.
The Coordinating Circle coordinates the course offer for the graduates and plans large events together - like the Academic Career Day for doctoral students and postdocs.
Research training groups and other joint research projects are associated members of the Graduate Academy. The Academy was planned as an interdisciplinary central body for providing the coordinators of the existing research training groups and joint research projects a permanent institutionalised forum for regular exchange and cooperation - and thus to allow for a sensible distribution of tasks.
- IRTG 1540 - Baltic Borderlands
- RTG 1870 - Bacterial Respiratory Infections
- RTG 1947 Biochemical, Biophysical and Biomedical Effects of Reactive Oxygen and Nitrogen Species on Biological Membranes
- RTG 2010 - Biological RESPONSEs to Novel and Changing Environments
International Helmholtz Graduate School for Plasma Physics
CRC-TRR 34 - Pathophysiology of Staphylococci in the Post-Genomic Era