LUMC training and courses
LUMC researchers can join a diverse pallet of courses, of which you can make a selection for your LEaDing Fellows trainings plan. Besides disciplinary-specific training by the LUMC medical research profiles, many generic/transferable skills courses are offered. Most of these courses are organised by LUMC, in cooperation with linked parties (e.g. Leiden University (LU) or Boerhaave CME). Please visit the listed websites for more information.
- Joint LU-LUMC transferable skills courses: courses for researchers
- LUMC Graduate School courses: intranet
- LUMC Young Faculty Network (YFN): symposia/events
- Basic course on regulations and organisation for clinical investigators: eBROK
- Boerhaave CME (Continuing Medical Education): course overview (mainly biostatistics and data analysis)
- LUMC in-company training courses for professional and personal development: only available for employees via intranet
- Medical-Genetic Center (MGC) South-West Netherlands – Course programme
- Leiden Bio Science Park - monthly Life Sciences Café and monthly TechTalks: LBSP events
- Postdoc Career Development initiative (The Netherlands): PCDI activities
LUMC research collaborations and alliances
LUMC has collaborative research alliances with leading institutes and consortia around the world. In these alliances, inter-disciplinary and inter-sectoral approaches are used to address current scientific and societally-relevant issues. To find solutions to these complex societal challenges, LUMC is involved in research collaborations and alliances that ideally include non-academic representatives such as commercial enterprises and special interest groups in addition to classic academic research institutions. Depending on the topic of your research proposal and corresponding hosting group, you can think of arranging a secondment within one of these established research alliances.
The research alliances of LUMC are presented in three categories: regional, national and international. See our website for more information.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 707404.