Student Internships

The Functional Genomics department is an inspiring environment for student internships, offering a broad spectrum of top-level neuroscience research. Our research is organised around synapse biology and secretory vesicle trafficking.

Our department accommodates a broad range of fields of expertise, including live cell imaging, electrophysiology, electron microscopy and molecular biology.
With strong collaboration between the departments of Functional Genomics, Integrative Neurophysiology, Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology and Complex Trait Genetics, we aim at a multidisciplinary approach within the CNCR.

We welcome both open applications and applications to specific projects (see below) of motivated students in all research groups. If you are interested in doing an internship in one of the teams, please contact the PI at least 2 months before the start of the internship.

Please provide the following information:
-Motivation letter
-What type of projector technique you want to do
-Bachelor, 1rst or 2nd master internship
-Start/end date

Looking forward to your applications,
The FGA research teams

Our current student internship vacancies:
See this webpage for a complete overview of the internship vacancies.