Netherlands, Groningen

Diabetic Microvascular Complications

when 15 May 2018 - 18 May 2018
language English
duration 1 week

A Medical Sciences School can be best defined as a School which is specially focused on clinical-scientific research, aiming at improvement of patient care. The main goal of a Medical Sciences School is recruiting young potentials, i.e. enthusiastic and talented students who are attracted by combining patient care with doing scientific research. So a Medical Sciences School is targeting clinical-scientific research and strives for scientific co-operation and pre- and post-graduate education at an international level, trying to attract students already interested in research, e.g. students involved in the Junior Scienitific Masterclass. The intentions are to stimulate students’ interest in research from an early stage on, to allow PhD students the opportunity to report on their research subjects and to encourage contact between research project leaders.

Course leader

Dr. Guido Krenning
Prof.dr. Jan-Luuk Hillebrands
Drs. Barbara Slothouber
Prof.dr. A. Han Moshage
Prof.dr. Hans-Peter Hammes, Mannheim/Heidelberg

Target group

Selected medical students from Groningen and Mannheim interested in vascular medicine.

Course aim

1.To introduce medical students into the various aspects of vascular medicine with focus on the limitations/complications we are facing today.

2.How to understand/tackle these problems by performing scientific research.

Credits info

A certificate of attendance will be awarded

Fee info


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