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Leiden Oxford Transplantation Summer School (LOTS)

The Leiden Oxford Transplantation Summer School, LOTS, is a collaboration between the university of Leiden and Oxford. The school is organised primarily for biomedical and medical students that are in the beginning of their studies and are interested in transplantation and (clinical) research.

Course information

The summer school takes place in Leiden and lasts three and a half days in total. The school is set up for a small group of students (around 20 students in total) so there is plenty of interaction. During the summer school, you will learn about all aspects of transplantation and work with students from all around the world.

The program exists of interactive lectures, patient interviews, small group assignments and games about clinical transplant cases. In the end every group will write a proposal for scientific innovation to improve the outcome for transplant recipients. And of course, there is also time to have fun and get to know each other!

Who can apply?

LOTS is open to all international students! The summer school is primarily open for bachelor (bio)medical students, but master students are also welcome to apply. Also, students with a different background are welcome to send us their application! The working language during LOTS is English.

How to apply?

You can now apply for LOTS 2020. The application deadline is March 31st 2020. To apply for LOTS 2020 fill in an application form and send it along with your Curriculum Vitae to: LOTS@lumc.nl

Based on the application form and your curriculum vitae, we will select the candidates for the summer school, you will hear if you are selected to join LOTS early April. Around 20 students will be selected to participate. The selected participants will be asked to finish the MOOC Clinical Kidney, Pancreas and Islet Transplantation, as a mandatory preparation for the course before the 1st of July 2020.

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