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The smartesr kilometer in Groningen

The smartesr kilometer in Groningen

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  • What is healthy Ageing? Healthy Ageing includes all activities that help to combat the negative impact of the physical, psychological and social ageing process. Healthy Ageing is starting already during childhood (in fact before birth) and requires an integrated lifelong approach. The research is focused on finding the causes of health problems and frailty or impairment. In fact already before birth is determined the age you can reach, but you have to struggle your whole life to reach it. What we want to reach is improvement of the quality of live for ageing people and to minimize the social burden on healthcare. We are searching for effective prevention. This calls for new, clever solutions, which we probably have already - partly – in the Northern Netherlands. We have the knowledge and experience – as well as the necessity (the sense of urgency as we call it) – to be a front runner in innovation and research in the field of healthy ageing. Northern Netherlands is well equipped to tackle the issue of healthy ageing.
  • 15 april 2013 Opsomming
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    • 1. Cancer Research Center Groningen UMCGUMCG Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS)
    • 2. GSMS PhD conference UMCGUMCG Welcome Nationalities of Attendees 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 2 1 90 1 1 1 9 6 5 1 1 1 3 1 4 2 2 1 3 2 5 Albanian American Argentinan Belgian Bosnian Canadian Chinese Colombian Danish Dutch Ethiopian German Greek Indian Indonesian Iranian Japanese Lithuanian Malaysian Mexican Norwegian Polish Romanian Russian Serbian Turkish Ukrainian No nationality listed
    • 3. 3 Smartest kilometer in The NetherlandsSmartest kilometer in The Netherlands
    • 4. GSMS PhD conference UMCGUMCG UMCG has a focus on talent
    • 5. The promotor UMCGUMCG “only allowed to enter my office with data” “make an appointment when you have no data”
    • 6. GSMS PhD conference UMCGUMCG Program › Valuable skills of PhDs › Mechanics of Career planning › Translating Science
    • 7. GSMS PhD conference UMCGUMCG › 2 days for in depth information for you › no experiments valuable time
    • 8. GSMS PhD conference UMCGUMCG GSMS and what matters for you › Goals › Organisation › Ongoing actions
    • 9. GSMS › Goals: • concept of graduate schools • optimal work and learning environment • supervising the progress • reducing the drop-out rate • realising the aim of 180 PhD graduations • reducing the length of time it takes to complete a PhD Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS)
    • 10. Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS) challenge
    • 11. GSMS Graduate School as part of the research profile Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS)
    • 12. • The Groningen Graduate Schools are guided by a Dean of Graduate Schools (Prof. Lou de Leij) The Groningen Graduate Schools (GGS) were founded in 2009
    • 13. • Goal: high number of high quality PhD theses and an excellent education in a variety of generic skills. Groningen Graduate Schools (GGS): nine faculty based Graduate Schools UMCGUMCG
    • 14. 5 institutes: › BCN – Neuro; the human brain › GUIDE – chronic diseases and drug innovation › Kolff – Biomaterials › CRCG – Cancer Research Center Groningen › SHARE – Quality of Life; health research Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS)
    • 15. 1 Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS) Cancer Research Center Groningen UMCGUMCG
    • 16. Oncology Institute Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS) › Institutes are embedded in the GSMS structure › GSMS office provides services to institutes and budget UMCGUMCG
    • 17. GSMS PhD conference The GSMS Office UMCGUMCG Maaike Bansema, Gerda Bakker, Mathilde Pekelaer, Evelyn Kuiper Riekje Banus, Desiree Jansen, Diane Koopmans, Janine Wieringa
    • 18. GSMS PhD conference The GSMS Office Riekje Banus - coordinator - confidentiality person UMCGUMCG
    • 19. Data 2012! PhD students total number 884 Thesis defences (UMCG part) 172 Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS) UMCGUMCG
    • 20. GSMS › Goals: • realising an optimal work and learning environment for MSc and PhD students • supervising the progress of MSc and PhD students and enabling them to achieve their goals • reducing the drop-out rate Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS)
    • 21. › PhD education program • General competences (19) • Research specific techniques (33) • Field specific & interdisciplinary subjects (20) • Seminars, Symposia, Master classes • External courses • Research stay abroad • Exchange programs international partners Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS) UMCGUMCG
    • 22. Financial Support › For (registered) PhD students GSMS: GSMS courses free of charge External courses 600/yr Conferences 600/yr Printing costs criteria Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS)
    • 23. PhD student representatives › Institute Education Committees › GSMS Education Committee › PhD council Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS)
    • 24. Actions: Guidance of PhD students › Mentoring system for all PhD students › Implementation of ‘Hora Finita’ database • Monitoring of progress • Monitoring supervisors › Training supervisors › UMCG PhD survey 2013 › UMCG PhD conference 2013 Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS) UMCGUMCG
    • 25. GSMS › Goals: • reducing the length of time it takes to complete a PhD: 50% completed in the nominal period of 4 years, 75% within 5 years, 85% within 6 years Graduate School of Medical Sciences (GSMS)
    • 26. Points for improvement: October 8th , 2012 | 26
    • 27. GSMS PhD conference UMCGUMCG Numbers of PhD graduations and international environment
    • 28. Country/LA Partners Argentina Universidad Nacional del Sur Brazil Universidade de São Paulo Universidade Federal de São Paulo Universidade Federal de Rio Grande do Sul Chile Universidad de Chile Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile Universidad Andrés Bello Colombia Universidad de Antioquia Universidad de Los Andes (to be developed) Mexico Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Universidad de Las Américas Puebla Preferred partners GSMS PhD conference
    • 29. Country/China Partner China Peking University China Chinese Scholarship Council China Tianjin Medical University China Shantou Medical University Center China Fudan University Shanghai Preferred partners GSMS PhD conference
    • 30. › Influx GSMS 33 countries 2012 4 1 20 1 3 1 1 3 2 3 9 10 1 1 3 1 31 1 1 130 26 Graduate School of Medical Sciences
    • 31. Healthy Ageing Graduate School of Medical Sciences UMCGUMCG
    • 32. Chronic disorder 1 Chronic disorder 2 Complication… Age Birth Health QoL Wellbeing etc. Well-being perspective Preconception “Obstetrics”” CHC Intervention Ageing is on-going process “Ageing starts at fertilization” Healthy Ageing Prevention
    • 33. Healthy Ageing Campus Netherlands Knowledge Valorization Mei / Juni 2013 Fundamental Research IP Protection Development & Marketing
    • 34. 34
    • 35. Nationalities of Attendees 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 2 1 90 1 1 1 9 6 5 1 1 1 3 1 4 2 2 1 3 2 5 Albanian American Argentinan Belgian Bosnian Canadian Chinese Colombian Danish Dutch Ethiopian German Greek Indian Indonesian Iranian Japanese Lithuanian Malaysian Mexican Norwegian Polish Romanian Russian Serbian Turkish Ukrainian No nationality listed

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