What Students say
"Working at IMBA means working very hard: but you do get a lot in return: key note speeches, input from top scientists, excellent contacts.
If I want to try something, I am free to do it right away. IMBA is a place where cutting-edge research has a home because the emphasis is on optimum equipment.
It is not easy for me to leave this place....maybe I can return one day. I'd like that a lot."
Stefanie Löser, former PhD in the Penninger lab
"IMBA's working atmosphere and outstanding research infrastructure which is shared with the IMP, makes it sort of unique in the world"
Gregor Obernosterer, former PhD in the Martinez lab (right) with colleague Phillipp and Javier Martinez
"And there is the leadership of Josef Penninger. Because he is proud of what we achieve, he makes us proud to be part of IMBA.
Leaving IMBA is tough after five happy years."
Phillipp Leuschner, former PhD in the Martinez lab (front)
"The supervision by my Group Leader and the helpfulness of the people at the institute are great.
IMBA and the other institutes on the campus offer a wealth of methods and scientific services: it's a real paradise for scientists."
Henriette Kurth, former PhD in the Mochizuki lab