In January 2020, graduate and PhD students as well as scientists and members of the faculty of the Semmelweis University (SE) had the opportunity to take part in an information workshop on the Eurolife Network. The event hosted by the Eurolife Coordinators from the Semmelweis University also welcomed a lecture from the guest speaker from […]
The selections of the 5th Call are now finalised and all Candidates, who applied for the Eurolife Postdoc Mobility and Knowledge Exchange Grants in this call have been directly notified on the results. Read more on the Call and the selected Candidates.
Prof. Argyris Papantonis, Professor of Translational Epigenetics, University Medical Center Göttingen (UMG), Germany becomes the 29th scientist to be awarded the title of Eurolife Distinguished Lecturer. The lecture of Prof. Papantonis, titled: Multiscale chromatin reorganization in the context of ageing was held on 3. December 2019 on the occassion of the Eurolife Lecture Series organised by the Medical University of Innsbruck.