2022 CED-IADR Summer School
The CED-IADR Summer School in Budapest, Hungary between July 4-8, 2022
The ‘CED-IADR Summer School’ programme gives early-career researchers the opportunity to learn new research techniques and to establish professional relations with other European researchers. Following the successful CED-IADR Summer Schools held in Marseilles (2017), Madrid (2018), and Zagreb (2019), this 5-days training course intends to demonstrate the application of basic science methods and development into clinical practice for young CED-IADR members pursuing an interest in translational dentistry and medicine. The modules will cover the following topic: Translational dental research from molecular physiology to clinical applications
The 4th free Summer School will be organised at Semmelweis University in Budapest, Hungary with Professor Gábor Varga as the local host.
The programme consists of introductory lectures, laboratory and small group seminars, as well as clinical application demonstrations, led and supervised by renowned international researchers. The CED-IADR Summer School will be a place for young researchers to learn and improve their laboratory research methods, to network with other young CED-IADR members and to socialize with prominent scientists in the field.
Download the flyer including the preliminary programme here.
Candidates must be a CED-IADR member! 'First come, first served'-principle applies!
Please send your:
- Proof of CED-IADR membership
- Detailed CV
- Motivation letter
- Copy of your ID
to email@example.com no later than March 21, 2022.
The CED-IADR secretariat will inform the candidates by mid-April on their acceptance.
Participants will be eligible for ECTS credits.
Registration for the CED-IADR Summer School is free of charge, but limited to maximum 24 selected candidates. Please note that priority is given to Young CED-IADR members. Participants will be responsible for covering accommodation and travel expenses. Student accommodation applies according to availability.
CED-IADR reserves the right to cancel the summer school in case of insufficient participation.