An appendant Thesis Seminar is offered in the thematic programs of Endocrinology, which is traditionally held in conjunction with the » Journal Club on Thursday afternoon (16.15 h, Seminar Room, Red Tower, 20th Floor). Deadlines for registration via MedCampus are usually late September and late February.
In the Thesis Seminar, students present progress reports of their doctoral thesis project. A » guide for presentations is available. The aim of Thesis Seminar and Journal Club is to bring together students enrolled in the programs, and to provide them with training for scientific presentations as well as with insight into the broad variety of studies and topics that arise within the fields of endocrinology, metabolism, and nutrition. To gain credits for the Thesis Seminar, it is obligatory to attend the courses and to deliver the scheduled presentations (usually one progress report for each student per semester).
As can be seen from the » course table, it is mandatory in the PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) doctoral program (N094) to collect a total of eight semester hours of Thesis Seminars. It is required to complete all eight semester hours in the Thesis Seminar of the Endocrinology program (equivalent to participation in at least four semesters).
As can be seen from the » course table, it is mandatory in the doctoral program of Applied Medical Science (N790) to collect a total of twelve semester hours of Thesis Seminars. It is obligatory to complete eight of the twelve required semester hours in the Thesis Seminar of the Endocrinology program (equivalent to participation during at least four semesters). The remaining four hours of Thesis Seminars may be also collected in the Thesis Seminar appendant to the program or, alternatively, by participation in appropriate Thesis Seminars offered elsewhere.
Find the schedule of the current Thesis Seminar in the Intranet of this homepage.