NRS Webinar on innovative approaches: lung cancer

November 3, 2022

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Young Investigator Symposium 2022

December 9, 2022

14th Young Investigators Symposium

NRS 14th Young Investigator Symposium “On bright ideas, big data and tiny living things”
December 9th, 2022​​​​​ @Hotel Casa 400, Eerste Ringdijkstraat 4 1097 BC Amsterdam, Amsterdam (near train station Amsterdam, Amstel).
Registration NRS members: FREE (non-members: €80,- including a NRS membership for 2023)

Are you a young investigator (PhD students, post-docs) or young physicians in training doing research within the field of lung diseases in the Netherlands? Sign up for the YIS 2022! This symposium gives the opportunity to start/broaden your network in the Netherlands, to practice presenting and to discuss data, and of course to be inspired by the seminars given by (inter)national Keynote speakers from the ‘Lung Field'. Read more about the program and how to admit an abstract (optional) below. 

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National Lung Course

February 8, 2023 - February 10, 2023

National Lung Course 2023

The NRS National course on lung diseases and lung research aims at bringing basic and applied lung research in the Netherlands at a higher level by training young talented researchers. Participants will learn both the basics and state-of-the-art developments in the areas of (patho)physiology, treatment, methodologies, diagnosis, and career development. Disease areas that will be covered include asthma, allergy, interstitial lung diseases, orphan lung diseases, infectious diseases, COVID-19, COPD and lung cancer.

The main target groups of the course are PhD candidates (or Master students who are likely to start a PhD in the respiratory field in the next year) and postdoctoral fellows early on in their trajectories - NRS membership required - with either a basic science, translational or clinical background.

It will be a 3-day course (February 8-10 2023), combined with two 1-day programs at the annual Young Investigator Symposium (YIS, December 9th 2022). The program (in English) will consist of lectures, interactive workshops with researchers, patients and fellow participants, career development activities and a social program. Study load will be 140 hours, which is comparable to 5 ECTS points. A certificate and accreditation of the 5 ECTS will be provided after completion of the 3-day course and attendance (either in the future or in the past) of one Young Investigator Symposium. However, it is possible to only attend the 3-day course, without ECTS accreditation. Admission to the course is €50,- (but NRS membership required) and 2 overnight stays in a single room, breakfasts & lunches and 2 dinners are included.

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