Teaching

Teaching

Ralf taught as a member of staff at the

  • Medical University of Vienna, Austria (2005-2008): Cell and Developmental Biology, Neuroscience
  • University of Dundee, UK (1995-1998): Biochemistry and Cell Biology

and as a guest lecturer/visiting professor at the

  • Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany (since 2013): Science Management and Communication, Strategic Career Development
  • University of Applied Sciences Bingen, Germany (since 2015): Event and Project Management, Science Communication, and Fundraising
  • University of Trento, Italy (since 2010): Science Communication, Science Management, Fundraising, as well as Strategic Career Planning and Career Development
  • University of Padua, Italy: (since 2009): Science Communication, Science Management, Fundraising, as well as Strategic Career Planning and Career Development
  • University of Verona, Italy (2009-2014): Science Communication, Science Management, Fundraising, as well as Strategic Career Planning and Career Development
  • University of Vienna, Austria (2005-2008): Science communication; cell and developmental biology, neuroscience
  • University of Sibiu, Romania (2007): Science Communication
  • University of Insubria, Italy (2006): Cell and Developmental Biology, Neuroscience

as well as a lecturer in two Initial Training Networks (ITNs) of the European Commission (2010-2015): Science Management and Communication, Fundraising and Strategic Career Development.

In addition to these activities, Ralf has held the following positions with responsibilities in the training of junior scientists:

As Director of Scientific Management at the Institute of Molecular Biology (IMB) in Mainz, Germany (since 2010), responsible for training programmes for junior researchers, including the institute’s:

  • International PhD programme
  • International postdoc programme
  • International Summer School for undergraduate and Master students

As Director of Scientific Management at the Spanish National Cancer Research Center (CNIO) in Madrid, Spain (2008-2010), responsible for training programmes for junior researchers, including the centre’s:

  • International PhD programme
  • International postdoc programme
  • Training programme for undergraduate students
  • Training programme for post-resident medical doctors (MDs)

As member of staff at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology, Tübingen, Germany (2001-2003), the institute’s

  • International PhD programme (2001-2004)