Call: KLS Award for Early Career Postdocs 2022

Deadline: 20. August 2022

The „KLS Award for Early Career Postdocs“ (6,000 €) is now open for applications. We look forward to receiving applications from postdocs that finished their doctoral degree less than 3 years ago by August 20th, 2022.


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About Kiel Life Science (KLS)

The interdisciplinary centre for applied life sciences – Kiel Life Science (KLS) – links research at the CAU from the fields of agricultural and nutritional sciences, the natural sciences and medicine. It forms one of four research focus areas at Kiel University, and is aimed at achieving a better understanding of the cellular and molecular processes with which organisms respond to environmental influences. The research is focussed on issues such as how agricultural crop plants adapt to specific growth conditions, or how illnesses can arise through the interaction of genes, individual lifestyle and environmental factors. Health is always viewed holistically in the context of evolution. Under the research focus’ name, there are currently around 80 scientists from 40 institutes and six faculties from Kiel University working collaboratively as full members.

To Kiel Life Science (KLS)


Dr Lydia Witt
Junior Staff Development, Diversity, KLS
+49 (0) 431 880-7137