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Get your PHD in 1 hour!

Just finishing off your Bachelor or Master's Degree and thinking about the next step?

We are PhD candidates currently enrolled in different research schools at Maastricht University and would like to share our experience with you!

We are talking about:

  • What's that PhD life like?
  • European Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions
  • Experiences from our Innovative Training Networks
  • Were our expectations met?
  • + time or Q&A in small groups

Get your PHD in 1 hour!

  •  Are you a B.Sc. or M.Sc. student and looking for information about your Potentially Headed Degree (PHD)?
  •  Are you interested in research and doing a Ph.D. in a European project?

If the answers are positive then you need some information about The Innovative Training Networks (ITNs). The European Commission’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) has diversified funding schemes that support training networks to educate early-stage researchers to pursue a Ph.D. in an international consortium.

This free-of-charge 1-hour webinar arranged by Ph.D. Academy of Maastricht, scheduled on 26th of June 2020 [NR1] at 16:00 will provide you information about MSCA actions with a specific focus on (ITNs). Three Ph.D. fellows located at the various institutions of the University of Maastricht will present their projects and their experience in Ph.D. life in an MSCA ITN.

  • Matin Rostamitabar (Aachen-Maastricht Institute for Biobased Materials)
    Porous aerogel microfibres: development of a novel multi-functional wound dressing
    Project: https://www.Fibrenet.eu/
  • Nikolas Rapp (School for Cardiovascular Disease)
    The effect of uremia on vascular calcification and cardio renal syndrome pathology.
    Project: https://www.caresyan.eu/
  • Jana Hegenbarth (Department of Molecular Genetics)
    Transcriptomic, placental   blueprint   from   human   and   mouse   preeclampsia   or   growth restriction   and   circulating miRNAs/lncRNAs.
    Project: https://www.iplacenta.eu/

Any open questions that remain will then be addressed in a subsequent interactive Q&A session.

Registration is required.

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