The Early Career Scientist Committee (ECSC) of the CRS BeNeLux & France Local Chapter is the team of enthusiastic members coordinated by
Roy van der Meel (Assistant Professor, Eindhoven University of Technology). The Committee is dedicated to contribute to the Chapter’s main objectives to support early career scientist members.
We hope to welcome many more early career scientists to the Chapter.
ECSC believes that interviews with luminaries in the fields of nanomedicine, drug delivery and release will be of great interest to all members at our Local Chapter, especially for early career researchers.
Follow us to get insights into the minds of leading scientists, find out what sparks their interest in the field, learn what they enjoy doing in life and look into turning moments in their careers.
These interviews are carried out in collaboration with the CRS Young Scientist Committee (YCS).
Discover all interviews:
- Prof. Jean-Pierre Benoit, University of Angers, France
- Our President: Natalia Vtyurina, ProPharmaGroup, the Netherlands
- Dr. Ana Beloqui, Université Catholique de Louvain , Brussels, Belgium
- Dr. Cristianne Rijcken, Cristal Therapeutics, Maastricht, Netherlands
- Prof. Stefaan De Smedt, University of Ghent, Belgium
Professor at the University of Angers, France
Leader in the field of drug delivery
President of the local charity organization la Ligue contre le Cancer.
“A scientist should develop networking to perform better in his research, setting collaborations with recognized specialists.”
o ECSC Mentorship Program Coordinator
o ECSC Mobility-Exchange Program Coordinator
o ECSC Events Organizers
o CRS BNLF/ECSC Workshops-Webinars Coordinator
o CRS BNLF/ECSC Industrial Relations Coordinator
For more information about roles and responsibilities, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can find many travel grants proposals here !
As an example:
EMBO Short-Term Fellowship
EMBO Short-Term Fellowship funds research exchnages of up to three months between laboratories in eligible countries. Awarded applicants can stay on their research visit for an additional three months (maximum), however, EMBO will not provide funding for this extended period. The aim is to facilitate valuable collaborations with research groups applying techniques that are unavailable in the applicant's laboratory. Short-Term Fellowships are not awarded for exchanges between two laboratories within the same country. Short-Term Fellowships are intended for joint research work rather than consultations. The fellowships cover travel plus subsistence of the fellow only and not of dependents. More information about the EMBO foundation and the Travel Grant here.