Multimodal imaging – a picture says more than a thousand datapoints (Project 11)

  • Are you interested in Aging Effects in Skin?
  • Are you interested in Tissue Engineering?
  • Are you interested in Imaging? 
  • Are you interested in Bioanalytics? 

ENROL is an interdisciplinary Marie Skłodowska-Curie COFUND doctoral programme at TU Wien that is set up to educate and train a new generation of highly achieving early stage researchers (ESRs) to study and develop novel technologies and engineering solutions for the life sciences.

ENROL provides a 3-year long doctoral training for international PhD candidates within an English-language curriculum. Our programme integrates a broad spectrum of scientific and technological fields related to molecular bioengineering, biophysics & biochemistry, biomechanics, biological imaging, biomaterials, computational modelling, and tissue engineering, offering the PhD students life-long flexibility for continued professional growth.

ENROL offers 5 remaining interdisciplinary research projects to choose from.

Research project 11 is still available: The primary aim of this PhD thesis is to determine UV effects on epidermal keratinocytes and the extracellular matrix (mainly collagen) to understand aging effects in skin. Project Details see

Deadline for Application November 6th, 2022.

More information

Martina Marchetti-Deschmann

Where to apply

PhD position in Multimodal Imaging (40hours/week, 3 years)