Published in Highlights on May 17, 2018
The Paul Ehrlich MedChem network has been created by a group of European Universities having PhD programs of Medicinal Chemistry and related areas, with the purpose to collaborate, interchange programs, staff, students, and generate activities which would improve the standards of their research and training activities.
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The Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network was established in November 2009 in Palermo, Italy as a collaboration among several European universities with the aim of fostering the education and research training of post-graduate students in Medicinal Chemistry towards PhD Degree. Membership is open to all European universities. Industrial partners may participate as corporate members. Non-European academic institutions may join the network as associate members.
From 2009 onwards, the network has grown, as it is possible to see in the figure 1, with members spreading all over Europe. At the moment, the network is composed by 45 institutions from 16 countries.
Word Map 1)Alcalá University. 2) Aldo Moro University. 3) Aristotle University. 4) Brno University. 5) Cagliari University. 6) Catania University. 7) Charles University. 8) Comenius University. 9) Complutense University. 10) Federico II University. 11) Genova University. 12) Ghent University. 13) Granada University. 14) Helsinki University. 15) Jagiellonian University. 16) Lisboa University. 17) Ljubljana University. 18) Lodz University of Technology. 19) Magna Graecia di Catanzaro University. 20) Messina University. 21) Milan University. 22) Modena&Reggio Emilia University. 23) National and Kapodistrian University. 24) Palermo University. 25) Perugia University. 26) Phillipps University. 27) Pisa University. 28) Porto University. 29) Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms University. 30) San Pablo CEU University. 31) Semmelweis University. 32) Siena University. 33) Silesia University. 34) Sussex University. 35) Szeged University. 36) Vienna University. 37) Vienna Technical University. 38) Belgrade University. 39) Strasbourg University. 40) Salerno University. 41) Santiago de Compostela University. 42) Medical University of Lublin. 43) Heinrich Heine University. 44) Friedrich-Schiller University. 45) Padova University.
Aim of the Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network
The aim of the Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network is to provide an in-depth research training and mobility of PhD students in the area of Medicinal Chemistry at European level. The Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD certificate testifies that the student has (i) undertaken international research training and (ii) has completed and published a piece of research at an internationally competitive level. The Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD certificate is complementary to the local PhD degree obtained from the student’s home university, is in no way in collision with national regulations and represents an added-value to a national PhD degree.