Eurolife encourages the participation of its students in summer schools of Eurolife University Members.
Neuromuscular Translational Summer School (Leiden University Medical Center and Newcastle University)
The EURO – NMD / TREAT – NMD Translational Summer School is a five day event organised by Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) and Newcastle University. This comprehensive course will serve as a superb foundation for those wanting to direct their medical or research career in the direction of neuromuscular diseases. It is addressed at MD/PhD students and Postdoc researchers working in the neuromuscular field. The school offers an interesting programme in a form of lectures by experts, break-out sessions and workshops. The Summer School will start on 02 July 2018 and will be held at the Institute of Genetic Medicine at the University of Nerwcastle upon Tyne. The participation fee is 400-500 EUR.
Leiden Oxford Transplantation Summer School (LOTS) (Leiden University Medical Center and the University of Oxford)
LOTS is a collaboration between the universities of Leiden and Oxford. This is a 3 and a half day Summer School starting on 8 July 2018, and will be held in Leiden. The Summer School is organised primarily for biomedical and medical students, who are in the beginning of their studies and are interested in transplantation and (clinical) research. The event is primarily open for bachelor (bio)medical students, but master students are also welcome to apply. The school offers interactive lectures, patient interviews and small group assisgnments in the field of transplantation. The application deadline for the Summer School is 31 March 2018 and the participation fee is EUR 75.
ESSETS – European Summer School of Emergency and Trauma Surgery (Leiden University Medical Center, University of Edinburgh, Karolinska Institutet Stockholm, Semmelweis University Budapest and Universität Innsbruck)
ESSETS is a four day Summer School jointly organised by Leiden University, University of Edinburgh, Karolinska Institutet Stockholm, Semmelweis University Budapest and Universität Innsbruck. The course will cover three main themes in trauma surgery: Pre-hospital Care, Visceral Trauma and Orthopedic Trauma. Participants and faculty will discuss and discover the current progression of scientific research within the field of trauma surgery. Lectures on fundamentals, recent trials and scientific research as well as workshops in ATLS, joint fixation and other surgical skills form the core of this course. MSc (4th year or up) and PhD students, as well as staff and residents in the fields of Medicine or Biomedical Science are encouraged to apply. The application deadline for the Summer School is 19 July 2018 and the participation fee is EUR 125.