A key goal of the Stanford Maternal and Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI) is to provide early-career development and enhance the Stanford translational medicine community. We have partnered with the Eureka Institute for Translational Medicine to provide our maternal and child health community additional professional development.
MCHRI Eureka 2020 Certificate Course
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 5:00pm
As a partner of the Eureka Institute for Translational Medicine, the MCHRI has sponsored Stanford attendees to Eureka’s annual certificate course in Siracusa and other Eureka partner courses. Our MCHRI Eureka alumni have grown in number and strength through these opportunities. Their passion in spreading the know-how of translational medicine at Stanford has propelled MCHRI’s educational efforts, including our well-attended Seminar Series and the annual Symposium.
With our talented alumni and support of Eureka leadership, we are excited to announce an inaugural local Eureka-inspired course, MCHRI Eureka 2020 Certificate Course in Translational Medicine. This 5-day intensive course will be held at Asilomar Conference Center in Monterey, CA, from Sunday, February 9th, to Thursday, February 13th, 2020.
About Eureka Institute
The mission of the Eureka Institute is to develop a community of translational medicine professionals equipped to catalyze the application of discoveries for the benefit of human health.
The Eureka Institute for Translational Medicine was established in 2008 by leaders in the field and incorporated in Italy with the legal status of a not-for-profit organization. In 2009, Eureka initiated an annual intense innovative 8-day certificate course on translational medicine with the goals of exposing talented young people to the challenges and opportunities of Translational Medicine in an international setting.
The course is offered to a maximum of 30 translational medicine professionals at various stages of career development in both Academia and Industry. The curriculum is delivered by experts from academia, industry, government-supported regulatory agencies (FDA, EMEA), venture capital and intellectual property law, as well as patient organizations.
The program is designed to build skills to foster innovative teams, critical thinking, and problem solving. The ultimate goal of this endeavor is to produce multidimensional, interdisciplinary professionals who are prepared for a wide range of careers focusing on improving human health.
For more information on Eureka please visit the the Eureka website.
Please contact MCHRI Administration or 650-724-0279 with any questions.