TranCYST TRAINING COURSES (only for TranCYST ESRs and ERs)

 

TranCYST – Training Course 5
9 September 2016, Brussels (BE)

Module I – Molecular mechanisms and clinical aspects of PKD
– Dorien Peters (P1-LUMC): Polycystic kidney disease: How tissue contexts affect cystogenesis
– Bjorn Buchholz (University Erlangen – DE): The impact of hypoxia on cyst progression in polycystic kidney disease
– Fabiola Terzi (Necker Institute – FR): Lipocalin 2: A new player at the crossroad of signaling pathawys leading to CKD progression

 

TranCYST – Training Course 4
23 June 2015, Paris (FR)

Module I – Molecular mechanisms and clinical aspects of PKD
– Olivier Devuyst (P2-UZH): Osmoregulation
– Dorien Peters (P1-LUMC): Genetics of renal cystic disease

Module II – Technology and Methodology  
– Peter Bram ‘t Hoen (P1-LUMC) and Harald Mischak (P7-Mosaiques): Biomarkers and Bioinformatics

Module III – General scientific skills and personal development
– Anne Souzy (SOFIP): Career planning, personal SWOT

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Training Course Paris 2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TranCYST – Training Course 3
22 november 2014, Leiden (NL)

Module II – Technology and Methodology  
Sjef Verbeek (P1-LUMC): Technology animal experiments, mouse models
– Freek van Eeden (P3-USFD): Technology animal experiments, zebrafish
– Peter-Bram ‘t Hoen and Marco Roos (P1-LUMC): Applied Bioinformatics: finding your way in biological information / use of web-based services

Module III – General scientific skills and personal development
– Laura MacDonald (Technology Transfer Office, P1-LUMC): From science to a business plan, commercial exploitation of results
– Wilbert van Workum (P6-SXS): Entrepreneurship: Formats for academic – private sector collaboration
– Harald Mischak (P7-Mosaiques): Careers in Industry

 

TranCYST – Training Course 2
3-8 August 2014, Barga-Lucca (IT)

Module I – Molecular mechanisms and clinical aspects of PKD
Module II – Technology and Methodology  
– TranCYST- FASEB symposium ‘Polycystic Kidney Disease: From molecular mechanism to therapy’

Module III – General scientific skills and personal development
– Babs Teng (P1-LUMC): Project management

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TranCYST Training Course 1
11-13 September 2013, Oxford (UK)

Module I – Molecular mechanisms and clinical aspects of PKD
– Dorien Peters (P1-LUMC): Introduction to PKD: genetics, pathogenesis, treatment and outcome
– Evelyne Fischer (P4-INSERM): Renal development
– Oliver Devuyst (P2-UZH): Kidney Physiology
– Andrew Streest (P3-USFD): Signalling: Post-translational modifications

Module II – Technology and Methodology 
– Peter-Bram ‘t Hoen (P1-LUMC): Bioinformatics to zoom in on disease causing genes

Module III – General scientific skills and personal development
– Freek van Eeden (P3-USFD): Time and project management

Presentation of professor Vicente Torres (Mayo Clinic-US), visiting scientist 

TranCYST – ERA/EDTA WGiKD symposium ‘Clinical and scientific advances in the management of patients with ADPKD’