The “Biomarkers & Therapy” KIM offers a Master’s student program whose goal is to encourage training that leads towards translational research. This program starts with funding in the form of grants allocated to teams wanting to welcome a Master’s student as part of a Grant Call for Master’s Projects, followed by “Student-Researcher Interdisciplinary Health Meetings”, and ending with a presentation of the student’s work during the event “My Master’s in 180 seconds”.

These two events were set up in 2018 and 2019 as part of the BioChemSanté project, laureate of the Take Off 1 call for project by CSIP MUSE and Kim Master’s grants Biomarkers & Therapy.

The “Biomarkers & Therapy” KIM offers funding in the form of grants for research teams that would like to welcome a Master’s student to work on an interdisciplinary project in the health field.

The goal is to train students for research in health by integrating an interdisciplinary dimension: BioHealth, Chemistry, and/or MIPS (Mathematics, Informatics, Physics, and Systems).

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Event: Student-Researcher Interdisciplinary Meeting Day, September 27, 2019

The Interdisciplinary Meeting event was held on September 27, 2019 at University of Montpellier’s new Faculty of Medicine. The event brought together Doctoral schools, Master’s students, research-professors, and researchers.

The 2019 edition welcomed 67 participants, with 40 students and 27 researchers.

MORNING PROGRAM:

Welcome  
Introduction for the day
Presentation of the KIM and CBS2/SCB doctoral schools
Presentation of projects subsidized by “KIM Biomarkers & Therapy”
Testimonials by thesis students having chosen an interdisciplinary curriculum          
Student and researcher meetings using posters (speed-dating)
Lunch and networking time

Event: My Master’s in 180 seconds on June 14, 2019

Laureates of the “Master’s Grants” call for projects by the MUSE Key Initiative “KIM Biomarkers & Therapy” presented their work on Friday, June 24, 2019, from 10:00 AM to noon at the IRMB site.