The EIT Health Ageing PhD School offers additional training in science, entrepreneurship and innovation at academic and non-academic partners throughout Europe (a.o. University of Coimbra, University of Copenhagen, Center for Neuroscience and Cell Biology). Grants are offered to support mobility.
UMCG PhD students in cell biology, biomedicine, neuroscience, epidemiology, and gerontology, preferably in the first year of the PhD project, and committed to complete training at partner universities, can submit their application before 15 December or 19 January. Are you interested to apply, please contact the UMCG coordinator Désirée Jansen for support with your application.
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