DoSChem open doctoral positions are being advertised internationally once a year and awarded in competition via the DoSChem calls. For more Information about application requirements and procedures, please click here.

DoSChem provides funding for student-driven collaborative projects across research groups within DoSChem (New Ideas program) and for projects in an external lab (International Exchange program).

Please find more information below:

DoSChem "New Ideas" Awardees


Mira Flasch and Martin Schaier

Project: Investigating environmental exposures to infants using a multi-omics approach



Miran Lemmerer und Ludovica Martina Epasto

Project: Investigation of Amide Radical Intermediates by Integrative Real-Time Spectroscopy

DoSChem "International Exchange" Awardees


Dominik Vogl

Project: Zooming in on the Central Repeat Domain of Tau4 by NMR spectroscopy

Host: Anne Conibear, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

Miran Lemmerer

Project: Construction of complex g-lactams via an interrupted Corey–Chaykovsky/Smiles rearrangement cascade

Host: Hideki Yorimitsu, Kyoto University, Japan

Tatiana Priamushko

Project: Testing mesoporous metal oxides at reduced graphene

Host: Claudio Gerbaldi, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Hélène-Christine Prause

Project: Interaction of membrane sterol and lipid structures with prymnesins, ichthyotoxins produced by Prymnesium parvum

Host: Allen Place, University of Maryland, USA


Iakovos Saridakis

Project: Halogen-atom transfer-enabled metal catalysis

Host: Daniele Leonori, Aachen University, Germany

Claudia Iriarte Mesa

Project: Towards enhanced oral delivery of insulin using mesoporous silica nanoparticles: interaction with gut microbiome and in vivo testing

Host: Allison Ehrlich, University of California, USA

Tamara Dinhof

Project: New Substrates to study C-P lyase

Host: David Zechel, Queen´s University, Canada and Ditlev Brodersen, Aarhus University, Denmark

Katharina Hohenwallner

Project: Exploiting the combination of liquid chromatography and ultraviolet photodissociation mass spectrometry for (glyco)lipid analysis

Host: Gavin Reid, University of Melbourne, Australia

 Further sources

  • Early Career Researchers - Funding Programmes: On this website of the University's Research Services and Career Development, you can find more information on funding possibilities for your PhD project, fellowships for research stays abroad as well as grants and awards to financially support your research.