Our department provides internships for Medical, Biomedical, Technical Medicine, Medical Biology and Nursing students. The contents of these internships may vary from observational, intracellular signaling, animal, healthy volunteers, and clinical intervention studies. The purpose of this internship is to provide the student with experience of the practical application of theoretical knowledge he or she has already acquired and to acquire new skills and knowledge. To get an overview of the various research subjects of this department the student should link to “Research Topics” of this website.
The following skills are mandatory for each student:
At least 5 educational objectives will be defined by the student in consultation with the supervisor. The supervisor will focus on these objectives during the supervision and both are responsible that they are met at the end of the internship.
Before the start of the internship the student will write a plan containing the objectives and a scheduled work program that is approved by the supervisor.
At the end of the internship the student will write a concept article written in English.
At the end of the internship the student will give a presentation during the Research meeting of our department.
Clinical relevance is of primary importance for our research and we conduct pathophysiological and pharmacological research ranging from intracellular signaling to clinical intervention trials in ICU patients.