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    December ImPRESS supervisors' meeting

    20.12.2019 17:06
    Author: Dział Rozwoju i Ewaluacji

    On December 19, 2019 supervisors of the PhD students of International Interdisciplinary PhD Studies ImPRESS took part in a meeting with the Project Coordinator, prof. Marcin Moniuszko and Head of the Doctoral Studies, dr hab. Anna Moniuszko-Malinowska. Supervisors shared their thoughts on participation in the ImPRESS project, and the management and administration of the project provided information on the implementation of the project, as well as some recent news regarding the mid-term visit of the Project Officer from the European Commission Research Executive Agency, which will be held at MUB on January 23, 2020.

    15 early stage researchers from all over world study and work at MUB in the framework of the ImPRESS project, "International Interdisciplinary PhD studies in Biomedical Research and Biostatistics. Supporting the career and training in omic-based research and biostatistics by inter-national and - sectoral mobility", co-financed from the European Commission, within the COFUND, Maria Skłodowska-Curie Actions in the Horizon 2020 Framework Program and the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The project will last 5 years, it will end in 2023. PhD students are employed in various MUB units, such as: Clinical Research Center, Department of Population Medicine and Prevention of Civilization Diseases, Department of Regenerative Medicine and Immunoregulation, Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis, Department of Medical Biology, Department of Neurodegeneration Diagnostics, Department of Medicinal Chemistry, Department of Microbiology and Nanobiological Engineering and Department of Clinical Molecular Biology. Academic supervisors of PhD students are researchers, distinguished specialists from MUB. More information on ImPRESS PhD students and their projects can be found on the project website:,19252/MSCA_Fellows