Peer-to-Peer (P2P) program Read more
Fifth TRR219 workshop on statistics, Joint Event SFB/TRR219 & Marie-Curie ITN CaReSyAn
June 15-17, 2020 in Aachen
3nd Cardiorenal Summer School, Joint Event SFB/TRR219 & Marie-Curie ITN CaReSyAn and INTRICARE & EURLIPIDS
05-07 February 2020 in Seeheim-Jugenheim Read more
Fourth TRR219 workshop
Oct 01-02, 2019 in Homburg Read more
Successful start of the Peer-to-Peer (P2P) program
Nov, 2018 in Aachen Read more
Third TRR219 workshop
Oct 18-19, 2018 in Homburg Read more
Second TRR219 workshop
Sep 03-07, 2018 in Aachen Read more
1st Cardiorenal Summer School, Joint Event SFB/TRR219 & Marie-Curie ITN CaReSyAn and INTRICARE & EURLIPIDS
23-25 August 2018 in Seeheim-Jugenheim Read more
First TRR219 workshop, Joint event SFB/TRR219 & Marie-Curie ITN INTRICARE
March 06-08, 2018 Read more
The Integrated Research Training Group (IRTG) “Cardiovascular complications in CKD” will create an interdisciplinary training program to guide the PhD students within the TRR219 to become the next generation of innovative, independent and translational cross-disciplinary researchers exploiting multiple facets of CVD in CKD. This comprehensive training program covers salient aspects of the pathophysiological mechanisms triggering CVD in CKD and will achieve full participation and integration of all PhD students in early career stages.
The program is personalized to the individual needs of the particular PhD student. Of note, the IRTG is embedded into the existing excellently structured PhD training program in Aachen and Homburg, respectively as well as international graduate schools. We will provide each PhD student
with the needed cross-disciplinary as well as complementary soft skills to perform efficiently in the
highly demanding translational research field. Further, the IRTG serves as a network base for the TRR219 to efficiently connect the topics, technology and methods between Aachen and Homburg.
Overview of the educational program in four modules:
(I) Research, (II) Secondment, (III) Hands-on skills, and (IV) Complementary skills.