Martin Klapper gets Hoechst doctoral fellowship
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For his excellent result in studying Chemistry and Chemical Biology at the University of Jena Martin Klapper gets the Hoechst doctoral fellowship which includes 40.000 euros. Working in the group of Pierre Stallforth his research will focus on the interaction between the amoeba Dictyostelium discoideum and the bacteria in its environment. Martin is interested in the natural products which are part of this interaction. They can be interesting for future drugs.
The Hoechst doctoral scholarship is awarded annually by the Foundation Bursary Fund of the German Chemical Industry Association.