MERLN’s scientists will be involved in educational activities within different undergraduate and graduate programmes. Our expertise lies in biology, chemistry, materials science and engineering, with a distinct emphasis on biomedical applications, including regenerative medicine.
Student researchers are an integral part of the mission of technology development and education for MERLN. Students from all backgrounds and education levels have an opportunity to collaborate on cutting-edge projects with top faculty in innovative and exciting research areas. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the institute, students are encouraged to apply biology, chemistry, physics, and real-world expertise to solve important issues in the world of regenerative medicine .
If you are interested in performing a bachelor end project, a master's internship, or a PhD internship at our institute, please take a look at our departments, faculty members, and research areas. When interested in a particular area at MERLN, please contact your PI of interest with a brief CV, a cover letter that explains your intentions for performing research, and at least one professional reference.
Applications will be reviewed on average every month, so please be patient when waiting for a response.
Teaching courses within UCM and MSP
Advances in Biomedical Sciences
Mentoring masters students projects from both UM and abroad.