The CIMH offers students from different disciplines a wide range of exciting topics for final year projects, bachelor’s and master’s theses, and dissertations that generally involve working in an experienced research team and the close involvement of the respective CIMH working group.
Master’s theses in the Translational Medical Research Study Program at the Medical Faculty Mannheim at the Institute for Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology
In the Translational Medical Research Study Program, students can complete their Master’s theses at the Institute for Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology. Please contact Scientific Director Prof. Dr. Herta Flor for more information.
Secretariat: Angelika Bauder, e-mail
Institute of Neuropsychology and Clinical Psychology
Final Year Project in the Department of Neuroimaging
The Department of Neuroimaging is looking for (project advisor to be agreed with the respective faculty):
Bachelor’s and Master’s theses in the Biochemistry Laboratory
Our working group can offer thesis projects (Bachelor’s or Master’s) for students enrolled in a degree program in Medicine or the Natural Sciences.
Dissertations at the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy
The Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy is looking for medical students for experimental dissertations as soon as possible. Interested students should contact the director of the respective working group directly.
Dissertations in the Biochemistry Laboratory
We offer students enrolled in doctoral programs in Medicine or the Natural Sciences the opportunity to complete a dissertation in our working groups.
Dissertations in the Department of Neuroimaging
The Department of Neuroimaging is currently looking for doctoral candidates in Medicine.
Dissertations on ADHD and Autism in Adults
The ADHD in Adults Working Group under the leadership of PD Dr. Ester Sobanski has a number of dissertation topics to offer on ADHD and autism in adults. In cooperation with Department of Basic Research at the ZI, the working group’s scientific goals include identifying the clinical effects, basis of, and possible therapies for ADHD and autism in adults.