This year’s Eurolife Autumn Meeting and Eurolife Autumn Symposium were hosted by the Medical University of Innsbruck in Austria. The Consortium gathered in Innsbruck on 19-20 November 2018 to review and evaluate the ongoing activities of the Network, as well as to discuss new initatives and further developments. The meeting was chaired by the recently […]
Boyd Kenkhuis (MD/PhD-student at Dept. of Human Genetics, Leiden University Medical Center) has been granted the Eurolife Scholarship for Early Career Researchers, to visit the Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences at University of Edinburgh. During the 6-months project he will study iron accumulation in neurodegenerative disease. The main aim of the study is to elucidate […]
Eurolife Network announces the selection results for the Eurolife Winter School 2018 in Obergurgl.
46 students from across Europe have been selected to participate in the event: 27 awarded the Eurolife grant and 19 not-funded. It is gratifying that majority of the Eurolife partner institutions are represented.
The course will be held in Obergurgl, Austria from the 16th to 21st of December 2018. The Eurolife Winter School is supported by the Franco-German University (DFH/UFA).
Eurolife Summer School 2018 offered 35 participants the opportunity to enhance their knowledge related to different aspects in the field of cancer research and treatments. Hear from the participants and learn what they have to say about the event.
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This Summer, Noel de Miranda (Dept. Pathology, Leiden University Medical Center) will visit the bioinformatics group of Prof. Zlatko Trajanoski at Medical University of Innsbruck for 3 months. LUMC provides an Eurolife Scholarship of 7.500 euro to support this scientific collaboration. […]