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Interdisciplinary doctoral programme in BIOMEDICINE
Mentor and potential mentors

Prior to enrolment, candidates are required to choose a mentor and submit upon enrolment at the latest the mentor’s written acceptance of mentorship. The doctoral dissertation mentor or co-mentor is a university teacher (assistant professor, associate professor, full professor) or researcher (research associate, senior researcher or higher research associate) with a relevant scientific bibliography in the field of the doctoral dissertation topic.

The mentor’s role is to guide the student and to provide conditions for work. The mentor must ensure that appropriate research capacities and research infrastructure are available. A foreign expert with a title comparable to a Slovenian title can be a mentor.

Consent of the mentor

 

The list of potential mentors

Biokemija in molekularna biologija/ Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Farmacija/ Pharmacy
Genetika/ Genetics
Javno zdravje/ Public Health
Klinična biokemija in laboratorijska biomedicina/ Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Biomedicine
Medicina - klinična usmeritev/ Clinical Medicine
Medicina - temeljna usmeritev/ Basic Medicine
Mikrobiologija/Microbiology
Nevroznanost/ Neuroscience
Toksikologija/ Toxicology
Veterinarska medicina/ Veterinary Medicine