the Lundbeck Foundation Clinical Research Fellowship Program

Fem dygtige, motiverede og energiske medicinstuderende fra Danmark kan i 2018 / 2019 komme på et klinisk forskningsophold på University of California, San Francisco og Stanford University.

Caroline Holm Nørgaard og Sandra Ovesen har begge været på Lundbeck forskningsophold. De deler meget gerne ud af deres erfaringer og vil gerne kontaktes:

Caroline: caroline.noergaard@rn.dk

Sandra: sovese11@student.aau.dk

Martin Bøgsted, professor i bioinformatik og statistik, Klinisk Institut, SUND vejleder gerne om ansøgningen og kan hjælpe med at skabe kontakt til vejledere på Klinisk Institut og vejledere i USA. Tlf: +45 5092 5639 e-mail: mboegsted@dcm.aau.dk

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Venlig hilsen

Ole Kæseler Andersen, prodekan for forskning, Det Sundhedsvidenskabelige Fakultet

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About the program

Accelerate your career in clinical research and expand your professional network by applying to the Lundbeck Foundation Clinical Research Fellowship Program. Our exclusive 10 month fellowship offers comprehensive training in clinical research with ready access to the insights and experience of internationally recognized scientists at the University of California, San Francisco and Stanford University. We are seeking five talented and energetic fellows from August 1st 2018 to June 1st, 2019

Our program based at Innovation Centre Denmark in California’s Silicon Valley offers:

  • Hands-on training in clinical research combined with small-group teaching in research ethics, clinical study design, biostatistics, epidemiology, and research presentation;
     
  • Infrastructure that allows you to ‘hit the ground running’ and focus on your research project;
     
  • Access to an international and interdisciplinary student and mentor environment in one of the most stimulating and fastpaced business ecosystems worldwide.

We are looking for students with:

  • Excellent communication skills in Danish and English
  • A desire to move the field of clinical and translational research through innovative and entrepreneurial thinking
  • A creative mind and a strong drive to complete your project on time and be part of our team

Read more at www.lfcrf.org

For more information about the program please contact program manager Nadia Storm nadsto@um.dk or academic director Kala Mehta at kala.mehta@ucsf.edu