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On Tuesday October 19, 2021 the Amsterdam UMC Doctoral School organizes a festive ceremony , in which a series of awards will be presented to acknowledge and support the work of Amsterdam UMC PhD candidates.
Our PhD Advisors have a lot of experience with issues that may arise during the PhD trajectory and like to share their insights via their blog! Read the second blog about Adaptive Communication here.
Ready to think about the cover and layout design of your thesis? Can your thesis design be finished by May the latest? You might want to create an innovative and creative design with one of the students of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy!
This programme encourages you to take ownership and responsibility for your own development as a professional teacher. This includes your self-image (e.g. who am I as a teacher?), your ability to think critically (e.g. in which educational areas can I still learn), as well as your ability to act with confidence and empathy towards yourself, your students, and the educational and global community.
The HoSC Conference 2021 is organised by PhD and MD students of the Research Training Group (RTG) 2099 Hallmarks of Skin Cancer headed by Prof. Dr. med. Sergij Goerdt. The aim of the RTG is to better understand skin cancer associated topics related to Genetics & Signaling, Metastasis & Microenvironment and Immunotherapy & Immunology.
The IXA webinars help you to explore the possibilities of valorising research, knowledge transfer and entrepreneurship. The valorisation webinars cover various topics like sharing knowledge with third parties, developing a business plan and much more. The webinars are highly interactive, information dense and practical so you can get started right away. Participation is free of charge, registration is required.
Are you a newly graduate looking for your first job, a (young) professional looking for the next step in your career or simply interested in enhancing your career? Join BCF Career Event in Jaarbeurs Utrecht on 6 October to discover your career path in the Life Sciences industry.
Our PhD Advisors have a lot of experience with issues that may arise during the PhD trajectory and like to share their insights via their blog! Read the first blog about the Impostor Syndrome here.
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