Job offer: Reproductive Research is seeking further staff!

THIS IS US - CRU326 'Behind the data'.

The Clinical Research Unit (CRU) 326 'Male Germ Cells: from Genes to Function' has been funded by the DFG since summer 2017 and we have been very successful in our approach to link institutions and perform collaborative research.  Check out our image video to get to know the team behind our CRU326. In 2020, we were granted a 2nd funding period - CRU326 2020+ !


For information about open positions, please keep an eye on our homepage or get in contact with us via Besides, we also advertise announcements from other working or research groups in the field of reproductive sciences here!



Master's thesis 'Molecular causes of male infertility' at the Institute of Evolution and Biodiversity, Münster.

The thesis will be conducted in cooperation with our CRU326 at the Bornberg lab. For excellent candidates, a substantial amount of funding through a student research assistant position will be provided. Apllication deadline is March, 31 and should include max. 2 pages covering in reverse chronological order prior employments, education, specific relevant skills, publications (if any), career goals and statement of interest. Please send your application to

PhD student in molecular reproductive biology at the Institute of Reproductive Genetics, Münster. Please contact Dr. Avinash Gaikwad for questions. 


Student research assistant (SHK) in the areas of research, website maintenance and public relations at the Institute of Reproductive Genetics, Münster, as part of the DFG-funded clinical research group CRU326 'Male Germ Cells: from Genes to Function'. Please contact Dr. rer. nat. Cristin Beumer or Nadja Rotte, M.Sc., for questions.