IMB has between 35 and 60 research fellows attached to the department. If you are considering a career as a researcher, you can see what the various research groups offer by visiting their pages.
In addition to providing academic supervision for students, IMB also engages in research education, including through participation in the Graduate School in Molecular and Structural Biology. The department is also responsible for the PhD course Molecular and clinical aspects of cancer.
The PhD programme at the faculty is divided into eight programme options: medicine, medical biology, molecular and structural biology, health and care sciences, pharmacy, dentistry, psychology and telemedicine. The faculty has two graduate schools, the Graduate school EPINOR which is organised under the Department of Community Medicine, and the Graduate school in Molecular and Structural Biology (programme option molecular and structural biology), which is an inter-faculty collaboration between the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Faculty of Science and Technology.
The organised PhD education has a dimension of 180 credits, and she be possible to complete in three years of full-time study. The PhD programme is designed to qualify students for research activity at a high academic level and for other types of work in which a high degree of academic expertise and analytical skill is required.