One-day Symposium by NPL taskforce 'Cross fertilization between research areas'
"Cross-border thinking: a key to success in Dutch respiratory research"
As part of the National Program for Lung Research, the taskforce ‘Cross fertilization between research areas’ is organizing a one-day symposium on cross-border thinking for respiratory research. The aim of this symposium is to stimulate innovative approaches for respiratory research. To achieve this, it is important to have an open eye for developments in other research areas and implement suitable research approaches and techniques into respiratory research. Involving patients in research is also a means to stimulate cross-border thinking by bringing in a different perspective. The aim of this symposium is to stimulate cross-border thinking in respiratory research by inspiring lectures and discussions.
Date: Friday September 22nd, 2017
Location: Hotel & Congrescentrum De Reehorst, Bennekomseweg 24, Ede
This one-day symposium will feature the latest developments in cross-border thinking in clinical medicine and new research techniques for the respiratory science laboratory. The symposium is aimed at both basic and clinical scientists and clinicians interested in respiratory research and care. Speakers from both within and outside the respiratory field will present the latest developments in this area.
For the provisional program click here
To attend the symposium registration is required (please use the button below). Attendance is free of charge for NRS members and organisations that are active within the NPL.
On behalf of the task force Cross fertilization between research areas
Pieter Hiemstra and Robbert Rottier