Diversity and environment that fosters equal opportunities in research are very important aspects of our project. Through inclusion of diversity, we grow professionally and personally.Early stage researchers of V.A.Cure project are coming from all over the world: Singapore, Iran, Vietnam, Turkey, Italy, Germany, Slovenia, Lebanon, Austria, Spain and USA.
Equal participation of men and women in science is a topic of a high global importance. Thus, equal opportunities during selection process were important aspect of our project. Therefore, we are proud to announce that we have obtained gender equality in our team of 14 Early Stage Researchers.
We are very proud to announce the chosen candidates per each ESR position. ESR1-Martina de Bortoli, ESR 2- Murat Alpaslan, ESR3-Franziska Kohl, ESR4-Hans Schoofs, ESR5-Bojana Lazovic, ESR6-Antonio Queiro Palou, ESR7-Marle Kraft, ESR8-Mohammad Hassan Ansarizadeh, ESR9-Nastasja Grdseloff, ESR10- Cường Phạm Văn, ESR11- Joseph Lim Jing Heng, ESR12-Martina Rossi, ESR13-Tala Al Tabosh, ESR14- Hoang-Tuan Nguyen.
V.A.Cure project is happy to announce that selection process for 14 Early Stage Researchers is officially closed. Chosen candidates will start with their individual research in September and October 2019.More information on each research can be found on our research page.
Application process for the PhD position ESR 11: Dissecting the role of FOXO transcription factors in venous and lymphatic malformations at Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research is still open. The new deadline for the application is 30th of June 2019
Prof. Miikka Vikkula, coordinator of V.A. Cure, was awarded the Generet Prize for his research on rare diseases. An article on how a new medicine, based on his work, improves the life of a VA patient has been published by the King Baudouin Foundation. https://www.kbs-frb.be/en/Newsroom/Stories/20190226ND