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Wistar Schoemaker International Postdoc Fellowship

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July 7, 2021

The Wistar Institute and Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) have formalized a memorandum of understanding to explore a postdoctoral training exchange program in immunology, cancer research and vaccine biology.

The Wistar-Schoemaker International Postdoctoral Fellowship will bring recent Ph.D. graduates trained at the LUMC to Wistar to advance their research education under the mentorship of cutting-edge biomedical research leaders.

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Population Health Management (MSc)

March 17, 2021

Today’s health care system faces many challenges. The new interdisciplinary two years master PHM will train you to contribute to a more integrated health care system.

What does this master’s programme entail?

Health care faces ageing populations, rising health care costs, fragmented health care supply and advancing medical technologies and IT systems. Health care professionals will require new competences to meet these challenges in the current health care system. Population Health Management (PHM) is a broadly based response to the challenges and has emerged worldwide as an important strategy for health care

Wistar Schoemaker International Postdoc Fellowship

July 7, 2021

The Wistar Institute and Leiden University Medical Center (LUMC) have formalized a memorandum of understanding to explore a postdoctoral training exchange program in immunology, cancer research and vaccine biology.

The Wistar-Schoemaker International Postdoctoral Fellowship will bring recent Ph.D. graduates trained at the LUMC to Wistar to advance their research education under the mentorship of cutting-edge biomedical research leaders.

Learn more here!

From internship project to the European market: LUMC device allows surgeons to detect tumors more precisely

February 25, 2021

The DROP-IN gamma probe technology developed at the LUMC has received CE certification. This means that hospitals throughout Europe can use the device. The probe improves the detection of tumors during operation procedures with a surgical robot. The technology is currently being commercialized by Crystal Photonics. What started off as an internship project has turned into a product that has reached the market. What did this process look like?

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