Masters

Master's Programme

The Plant-Microbe Interactions Group participates in the master's programmes:

During your master's programme you have the possibility to work in our group on an interesting research project for your major or minor. We offer a broad diversity of research projects. Depending on your interest you may learn techniques from the disciplines of molecular biology, genetics, phytopathology, microbiology, or microbial ecology. For a tailor-made research project or a MSc writing assignment, please contact any of the principal investigators: Corné Pieterse, Guido Van den Ackerveken, Saskia Van Wees, Ronnie de Jonge, Roeland Berendsen, or Lotje van der Does. You can find their research topics here. At Plant-Microbe Interactions we currently have the following Master Research Projects.

We teach in the following master courses:

  • Plant-Microbe Interactions (B-MEPMI - coordinator and teacher Corné Pieterse, teachers Pim Goossens, Giannis Stringlis, Alberto Pascale, Ronnie de Jonge)
  • Sustainable Development Goals (B-MEBSDG - teacher Peter Bakker)
  • Concepts in Science4Life (SK-MCLS - teachers Guido van den Ackerveken and Saskia van Wees)
  • Genes to Organisms (SK-MSG2O – Coordinator and teacher Guido van den Ackerveken)
  • Microbial Genomics (SK-MIGE - teacher Ronnie de Jonge)
  • Biotechnology and the Societal Challenge (teachers Guido van den Ackerveken and Saskia van Wees)