PDZnet

Training Events

The PDZnet training program offers an individually tailored doctoral training program combining individual research projects with scientific and transferable skills training. The program comprises network-wide activities including PhD courses, conferences/symposia and annual progress meetings, enabling the network to meet at a regular basis to share knowledge and network within and beyond the PDZnet network.

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Sep 30, 2019
Novo Nordisk, Måløv, Denmark

3rd Annual Progress Meeting

Three days event (Sep 30 – Oct 2) encompassing research progress presentations, fellow and supervisory board meetings, workshops and visit to Novo Nordisk’s production facilities in Hillerød, Denmark. Mandatory for entire PDZnet consortium.

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Oct 3, 2019
Zealand Pharma, Denmark

Peptide Drug Discovery Symposium

One day symposia including a visit to Zealand Pharma R&D facilities. Mandatory for entire PDZnet consortium.

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Oct 4, 2019
University of Copenhagen, Denmark

PhD Course – Career Day

One day event where the PhD fellows will get introduced to the opportunities of pursuing a career path in academia and industry after the PhD. Mandatory for all PDZnet fellows.

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Aug 20, 2020
University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Closing Meeting

Graduation meeting and party; a two-days (Aug 20-21) event including final presentations by fellows, EAB meeting and celebration of project results and PhD graduations. Mandatory for the entire PDZnet.

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The Network

The PDZnet network includes 11 academic research groups and 3 industrial partners distributed across 6 European countries (Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Portugal, and Sweden). The network provides an international and multidisciplinary PhD training platform for 14 next-generation researchers (PhD students).

Meet the partners

The 14 PDZnet partners are committed to create an outstanding training program for PhD fellows to elucidate the mechanisms of PDZ-mediated protein signaling pathways and provide background for the development of new therapeutic candidates for cancer and neurological diseases.

Meet the Fellows

We train 14 PhD fellows to become independent, creative and innovative scientist by providing cutting-edge knowledge, a diverse and comprehensive technology platform, and transferable skills training making the young researchers attractive candidates for research positions in academia or industry.