Scholarships and Grants

Scholarships are available for promising candidates from NKI/AVL, UMCs and universities in the Netherlands. These scholarships cover 50% of the course fee for the complete blended course Clinical Development (5-weeks online course with online exam + 4 days on-campus course + 5 days on-campus extended course) and the online Intellectual Property course.

You are eligible for this scholarship if:

  • You are a graduated physician-investigator or biomedical scientist;
  • You are employed at Netherlands Cancer institute (NKI/AVL) or a University or University Medical Center in the Netherlands;
  • You will participate in the online Intellectual Property course and/or,
  • You will participate in the blended course Clinical Development (5-weeks online course with online exam + 4 days on-campus course + 5 days on-campus extended course).

Scholarships for candidates from the Netherlands

Scholarships are available for promising candidates from NKI/AVL, UMCs and universities in the Netherlands.

This scholarship covers 50% of the course fee for the 5-weeks online Intellectual Property course and/or the complete blended course Clinical Development (5-weeks online course with online exam + 4 days on-campus course + 5 days on-campus extended course). The on-campus courses are held in Leiden, the Netherlands. The scholarship does not include travel and lodging costs.

Please send an email to contact@pauljanssenfuturelab.eu We will respond quickly to let you know if we still have scholarships available.

Online Intellectual Property course

In this brand new online learning-by-doing course you will learn the pros and cons of patent protection and how to protect your biomedical invention in a timely and optimally manner. In addition, you will learn the interplay between patent law and market exclusivity for medicinal products granted by regulatory agencies such as the FDA and EMA.

Blended Clinical Development course

The 3-part Clinical Development course introduces the Question-Based Clinical Development approach to define the most optimal development pathway for new medical interventions (online course with exam) and offers participants a unique opportunity to work on extensive teaching cases based on real R&D projects in interdisciplinary groups (on-campus course). Finally, a mentor coaches participants on how to write a ready-to-submit clinical trial application (on-campus extended course). Seating is limited (max 25 participants per course) to ensure the highest quality and enable intensive interactions.

The course Clinical Development received 4.6 out of 5 stars from participants.

 

 

Paul Janssen Futurelab