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Assistance for researchers (PI's & YPI's)

with the input of their research data in PURE
20 February 2018
Researchers support
Researchers support

This year a mid-term review will take place - the interim evaluation of the research performance of the UMCG. Data from the research information system PURE is used for this. The Research Office, together with the Central Medical Library, therefore wants to assist all (Young) Principal Investigators with the input of their research data into PURE.

Please send your CV
To make this as efficient as possible, the Research Office would like to receive the extended version of your current CV in Word (via mtr umcg.nl ) including information about subsidies, prizes, membership of advisory committees, editorial boards, etc. Student assistants will then enter the information into PURE and present it to you for a final check; taking into account the confidentiality of your data.
Note: this only applies to PI's and YPI's

More information
For more information, please contact Carina Havenga-de Poel (
c.havenga-de.poel umcg.nl ) or Stephen Peuchen ( s.peuchen umcg.nl )
Or view our flyer
"PURE makes you more visible.pdf" + appendix.pdf

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