Research Training Group 2498

Research Training Group 2498

Communication and Dynamics of Plant Cell Compartments

Join the RTG 2498 (2)

// PhD positions available


We’re recruiting interested junior scientists for our second RTG student cohort starting in July 2022. If you’re aiming for a PhD in plant sciences, the structured education program of the RTG offers a unique opportunity for 11 fully funded PhD positions.

Our Project leaders conceived research projects complying with the common research focus of the RTG that will be investigated during the course of the doctoral thesis.

Apply for your preferred project according to the requirements and conditions written in the project specific job announcement. If you want to apply for more than one project, submit separate applications referring to the corresponding registration number.

Submission deadline is Month XXth 2022.


PXX – Stress-induced redistribution of lipids between plastidial and extraplastidial membranes

             // Ausschr/21_5_11449_21_D_engl.pdf

PXX – Interplay of plastids and peroxisomes in jasmonate biosynthesis

             // Ausschr/21_5_11449_21_D_engl.pdf

PXX – Stromule-mediated plastid-nucleus interactions

            // Ausschr/21_5_11449_21_D_engl.pdf

PXX – Intercompartmental signaling of external phosphate status

            // Ausschr/21_5_11449_21_D_engl.pdf

PXX – Initiation of Jasmonate biosynthesis in plastids

            // Ausschr/21_5_11449_21_D_engl.pdf

PXX – Calcium as a regulator of organellar interactions

            // Ausschr/21_5_11449_21_D_engl.pdf

PXX – Towards the functional relevance of dual protein targeting in plant cells

            // Ausschr/21_5_11449_21_D_engl.pdf

PXX – Role of a dual-targeted organellar RNA polymerase in controlling organelle function

            // Ausschr/21_5_11449_21_D_engl.pdf