Researchers at RegMedXB bring science and technology together in the hope that it will be possible to grow a kidney from stem cells. In this webinar, researchers tell how they solve pressing questions. For example: how can you tell stem cells what to do? And: are the results obtained in a petri dish valid for humans?
|Wednesday, 27 October 2021
The Mosa Conference is organized every year in Maastricht by Biomedical Sciences master students. This year’s topic is (Bio)medical Innovation and Emerging Techniques in Digital Health. MERLN is also represented in the list of speakers, which includes Aurélie Carlier with a talk about diversity in healthcare.
The conference will take place completely online on the Hopin platform. For more information on how to register and the program, which includes both workshops and presentations, have a look at the Mosa Conference website.
|Tuesday, 22 June 2021
As part of our Career Talks series, on April 7th (16:00-17:00) MERLN has invited Martin Klok from V.O. Patents & Trademarks to talk about how patent law works with a focus on how he applies patent law in his daily work and how he assists his clients to grow their business.
If you're not a MERLN member, please send an email to Anika Schumacher to get the Zoom link if you'd like to attend this lecture.
|Wednesday, 07 April 2021
As part of our new series of Career Talks, on March 3rd (13:00-13:45) MERLN has invited Anique ter Braake to talk about her transition from academia to M Ventures, a corporate venture capital (CVC) arm of Merck. You will also learn more about M Ventures: career possibilities, cooperation with universities, and how to form a strategic alliance with a CVC. If you're not a MERLN member, please send an email to Omar Paulino to get the Zoom link if you'd like to attend this lecture.
|Wednesday, 03 March 2021
On the 5th and 6th of February 2021, the Institute of Data Science is hosting a series of events for the 2nd Women in Data Science Datathon in the Netherlands. You will gain or improve your data science skills by building, testing, and exploring solutions to tackle a challenge from real-life patient health data. Following the WiDS mission, you will work on the data challenge in a gender-balanced team. Students and professionals from both academia and industry can join our events full of creativity, inspiration, and fun. If you are unsure about your data science skills, check out our training sessions on the 5th and 6th of February in the early morning.
Try something new, apply what you know, learn from other participants and improve your data science skills along the way! Registration deadline is 31 January. Click here for more information.
|Friday, 05 February 2021
In the next Brightlands Chemelot Campus science lecture webinar on February 4th, MERLN's Pamela Habibovic and Niloofar Tahmasebi will be giving two lectures entitled "Engineering instructive biomaterials for regenerative medicine" and "Instructive biomaterials beyond nature". The program starts at 12:00. Find out more about the lectures here or immediately sign up for the webinar here.
|Thursday, 04 February 2021
On the 19th and the 20th of November, the first digital Annual MDR meeting will take place. The event will be completely virtual, with life stream presentations, pre-recorded presentations, poster pitches, all moderated with a live Q&A. Of course, MERLN is also represented and you can listen to lectures by Aurélie Carlie, Matt Baker, and Sabine van Rijt. More information on the program and how to register can be found here.
|Thursday, 19 November 2020
The annual congress of the European Calcified Tissue Society (ECTS) goes digital this year. You can enjoy 3-days of cutting-edge and lively exchanges from 22-24 October 2020. Find out more here. The congress is accompanied by a series of ECTS@Home weekly classes from October till December.
The class on October 14 features a Workshop on Bone Tissue Engineering and will start off with a lecture by Pamela Habibovic.
|01 October 2020
|Wednesday, 03 June 2020