The Laboratory of Microbiology is involved in teaching several courses. Additionally you can do an internship or thesis at our department.
The Laboratory of Microbiology offers education by teaching courses at the bachelor and master level of different study programmes. These courses (listed below) include a basic course, covering the classical aspects of microbiology and several more advanced courses covering different disciplines, like microbial evolution, microbial physiology, bacterial genetics and molecular ecology. The Laboratory is also involved in courses organised by other chair groups (not listed here) and participates in several MOOCs.
Additionally, the Laboratory of Microbiology offers a variety of BSc- and MSc-thesis projects, MSc Research practices, and facilitates and supervises internships.
Students that want to do a bachelor or master thesis or a research practice at Microbiology, can choose from an extensive list of projects that are offered by the four research groups:
If you interested in one of the projects, please contact the indicated scientist or the responsible research group leader.
Students who want to do an internship can contact one of the four internship coordinators, each covering a specific research field:
|prof.dr.ir. TJG (Thijs) Ettema||Microbial Evolution|
|DZ (Diana) Machado de Sousa PhD MSc||Microbial Physiology|
|prof.dr. J (John) van der Oost||Bacterial Genetics|
|prof.dr. H (Hauke) Smidt||Molecular Ecology|
Another possibility is to find an internship project yourself and arrange approval by the Microbiology chair group. In that case you contact the scientist, whose research is closely related to the subject of your internship. When in doubt, please contact Servé Kengen (contact person Education) or your study advisor.
Together with the Laboratory of Systems and Synthetic Biology, the Lab organises and hosts the iGEM competition.
- MIB-10306 Microbiology & Biochemistry
- MIB-11306 Microbiology & Biochemistry for Nutrition and Health
- MIB-11806 Microbiology & Toxicology
- MIB-20306 Microbial Physiology