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.
The Transplantation Medicine course is offered by University of Groningen.
Goals of the Medical Sciences Summer School Transplantation Medicine
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The format of a Medical Sciences School is based on the intense interaction between students and masters.
A variety of lectures will be given by experts in the field. Furthermore, transplant recipients will contribute by lectures or interviews to illustrate the view of the patient and will give examples of the down side of organ transplantation, hence stressing the need for improvement of patient care. The participant will actively discuss and present scientific articles in small groups.
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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