The Training & Workshops series is intended for early-stage researchers to help them develop competences they need for their current and future career. Dedicated members of LIH’s staff offer courses providing sound scientific, methodological and transferable skills.
Key skills for early-stage researchers
The Training & Workshops are:
Held by dedicated members of LIH staff who share tips, know-how and experience
Mainly intended for PhD candidates and postdoctoral fellows
Interactive and including practical examples and/or exercises
Offered once a year and adapted based on participants’ feedback
Free of charge
The LIH Training & Workshops programme 2022 comprises 22 courses, some of them organised in several sessions/modules. Courses are open to externals i.e. scientific staff and students from Luxembourg research institutes or hospitals, unless they are marked as “internal”. Course formats may be adapted over the year to be compliant with COVID-19 sanitary measures.
Registration is opened 4 weeks before course start and closed 1 week before. LIH staff should register via the internal training management software and external participants by sending an e-mail. Places will be attributed on a first-come first-served basis.
A certificate of attendance or of successful completion can be delivered. It can be requested on the signing sheet during the training.
Possible addresses of course locations:
Edison building: 1AB, rue Thomas Edison L-1445 Strassen
BAM: 84, Val Fleuri L-1626 Luxembourg
House of BioHealth: 29, rue Henri Koch L-4354 Esch-sur-Alzette
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