The Rudolf Virchow Center is always looking for new employees to advance the research in our center.
We offer a modern and international working environment on the Medical Campus (University Hospital Würzburg). The Center is integrated into a stimulating research environment that includes the Biocenter, the Research Center for Infectious Diseases, the University Hospital, the Max Planck Research Group in Systems Immunology, and the Helmholtz Institute for RNA-based Infection Research among others. All doctoral candidates are supervised by the University of Würzburg's Graduate School of Life Sciences in order to guarantee a high standard of quality in their doctoral studies.
The compatibility of science career and family is an important concern of the Rudolf Virchow Center and the University of Würzburg. Together with the Family Service of the University of Würzburg, we offer possibilities to improve this balancing act.
The internationally renowned Shanghai Ranking ranks JMU among the 300 most research-intensive universities in the world. It is among the top 19 in Germany.
The 2024 Times Higher Education (THE) World University Ranking currently ranks JMU 175th globally and 17th nationally.
The most recent release of the Nature Index (2022) underlines JMU's particular research strength in the natural and life sciences: JMU is ranked 106th place globally and 6th place in Germany.