Teaching in the CRTD

Many roads lead to biotechnology: You can either study biotechnology at a university or a university of applied sciences, or you find your way to biotechnology via biology or biochemistry. Whichever way you choose, the chances of working in the white, red or green biotechnology sector are manifold. Please find detailed information about studying biotechnology and potential work areas as for example in the Dresden research laboratory of Gerd Kempermann on biotechnologie.tv, an initiative of the Federal Ministry for Research and Education.


CRTD members and group leaders are teaching in several faculties of the Technische Universität Dresden. They are engaged in different teaching activities:

International Master's Program in Regenerative Biology and Medicine

In the winter term 2010/11 the international Master's program in Regenerative Biology and Medicine was launched. This Master's programme offers interdisciplinary education in the field of stem cells, regeneration biology, tissue engineering, and clinically focused human biology and pathology, with the aim of preparing students to perform research that can be applied to regenerative medicine therapies. The programme combines theory with extensive practical experience in the research laboratory with a focus on the scientific fundamentals of stem cell biology and regeneration model organisms as well as recent methods of genomic analysis of stem cells and model organisms, tissue engineering, current and potential applications in clinical diseases. Please find more information on the program here.

Bachelor Molecular Biotechnology

The Bachelor in Molecular Biotechnology has been established at the Technische Universität Dresden since the winter term 2000/2001. In 3 years (6 terms) students gain biotechnological know-how and knowledge about scientific methods. Please find more information here.

Master's programs at the BIOTEC

The Biotechnology Center of the Technische Universität Dresden offers and organizes two Master's programs in "Molecular Bioengineering" and in "Nanobiophysics". The programs are hosted by the Biotechnology Center. Please find more information here.

Dresden International PhD Program (DIPP)

The Dresden International PhD Program (DIPP) offers great opportunities for outstanding and enthusiastic graduates who wish to work towards a PhD in a highly interactive, interdisciplinary and international scientific community. For more information, please visit www.dresden-ipp.de

Bioscience PhD Students (BiPS)

PhD students in the BIOTEC/CRTD can also be independently employed by a professor or group leader. Please find more information here.



The CRTD Student Office is happy to help with any query related to teaching at the CRTD.

Maren Henneken & Ariane Dimitrov

Ariane Dimitrov, administrative coordinator of the Master's program Regenerative Biology and Medicine and International Office

Office | CRTD ground floor, south wing, room 0.123
Email | Ariane Dimitrov
Phone | 0049 (0) 351 458 82063
Fax | 0049 (0) 351 458 82059
Office Hours | Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm

  •  General inquiries
  •  Application
  •  Curriculum
  •  Exchange programs/ university cooperations
  •  Library 
  •  Formalities (registration, visa issues, health insurance, bank etc.)

For questions regarding living and settling down in Dresden, please contact the International Office of the CRTD: Ariane Dimitrov

Website of the International Office.

Maren Henneken, teaching coordinator of the Master's program Regenerative Biology and Medicine:

  •  Evaluation and redesign of teaching modules 
  •  Preparation and grading of exams

Office | CRTD ground floor, south wing, room 0.123
Email | Maren Henneken
Phone | 0049 (0) 351 458 82074
Fax | 0049 (0) 351 458 82059
Office Hours | Monday - Friday 8:00am - 2:00pm


In examination matters please contact the examination office BIOTEC/CRTD: Martina Flockerzi



Last Modified: 25/05/2016