“Meet the Expert” sessions are organised to allow you to address your questions in an informal setting to expert colleagues.
They are organised by fellow PhD-candidates in collaboration with Radboudumc experts in order to help you to start using a technique or to tackle your problems. Every month “Meet the Expert” sessions are organised with a different focus.
Please note these dates in your agenda and see our website to register per event.
- 16-01: Organ-on-a-chip
- 21-01: Industry involvement in your science: the DO’s and DON’Ts
- 04-02: How to solve statistical challenges?
- 18-02: Mass Spectometry & Proteomics
- 10-03: Pipetting for beginners
- 24-03: Laser capture microdissection
- 09-04: FAIR research data management
- 23-04: Microscopic analysis software FIJI
- 12-05: The transcriptome: an introduction to RNA sequencing
- 09-06: Translation of data: Making your figures
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