NanoMed Midterm Review meeting
On December 19th, 2017 NanoMed had its Midterm Review meeting in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. On the day before the NanoMed network had a meeting to prepare for the presentation of the progress of NanoMed.
Vacancy for a NanoMed fellow
A position for a NanoMed fellow in Ghent, Belgium, has opened. More information, eligibility requirements and instructions for application can be found on the website of the University of Ghent.
Early Stage Researcher (PhD Candidate) for the NANOMED Innovative Training Network within the Marie Sklodowska Curie Programme
Last application date: Oct 21, 2017 23:59
Second Progress Meeting Ghent, September 2017
We will have the next NanoMed Progress Meeting in Ghent, on September 18th 2017. For the ESRs this will be combined with the NanoMed business modelling workshop and the f-Tales conference that takes place in the days after the meeting.
The meeting will take place in Het Pand in Ghent.
First Progress Meeting London, February 2017
The first NANOMED progress meeting was hosted 6-8 february 2017 by Imperial College London (UK). All ERS students were present accompanied by their supervisors and a good representation of the consortium partners.
Several members of the NANOMED Advisory Board attended the meeting and gave their expert opinions on the project’s progress and future.
NANOMED ESR students present posters on their first period of work in the program
Kick Off Meeting
From Wednesday the 6th of July till Friday the 8th of July 2016 the NANOMED Kick Off Meeting took place in Berg en Dal and Nijmegen. 14 ESRs joined the kick off meeting and the lectures that took place at Radboud University, Faculty of Science.
Pre Kick-Off Meeting
25 November 2015 there was a pre Kick-Off meeting for the NANOMED project at Schiphol airport, The Netherlands.
The following people attended this meeting:
- Radboud University: Jan van Hest, Dennis Löwik, Martijn Verdoes, Susanna Bicknell, Bart Linssen
- University of Utrecht: Wim Hennink
- University of Ghent: Stefaan de Smedt, Koen Raemdonck
- Imperial College London: Benjamin Pierce
- University of Helsinki: Arto Urtii
- University of Bordeaux: Sébastien Lecommandoux, Elisabeth Garanger
- ChemConnection: Gerjan Kemperman, Silvie Meeuwissen
From the partner organizations:
- Synthon: Michel Eppink
- Retina International: Christina Fasser
- Enceladus: Bart Metselaar