Aim of the Network
The aim of the Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network is to provide an in-depth research training and mobility of PhD students in the area of Medicinal Chemistry at European level. The Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD certificate testifies that the student has undertaken international research training, and has completed and published a piece of research at an internationally competitive level. The Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD certificate is complementary to the local PhD degree obtained from the student's home university, and is in no way in collision with national regulations and represents an added-value to a national PhD degree.
New Academic Institutions with an active PhD programme related to Medicinal Chemistry are welcome to join the Paul Ehrlich Euro-PhD Network by compiling the intent letter signed by their Rector or Legal Representative. Please, send the compiled intent letter to the network coordinator Prof. Serge Van Calenbergh at email@example.com or contact him for any questions.
The Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network
Current PE Local Coordinators and Institutions
65 Universities from 23 Countries (October 2022)
Name Surname University Country Stefano Alcaro Universita' Magna Graecia di Catanzaro Italy Emanuela Licandro Universita' degli Studi di Milano, La Statale Italy Giancarlo Aldini University of Milan Italy Mark Bagley University of Sussex, Brighton United Kingdom Andrej Bohac Comenius University in Bratislava Slovakia Maria Laura Bolognesi Alma Mater Studiorum Universita' di Bologna Italy Fernanda Borges Universidade do Porto Portugal Jose Ignacio Borrell Ramon Llull University, Barcelona Spain Joaquin Maria Campos Rosa Universidad de Granada Spain Simona Collina Univerisita' di Pavia Italy Federico Corelli Universita' degli Studi di Siena Italy Maria Paola Costi Universita' degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia Italy Federico Da Settimo Universita' di Pisa Italy Maria Valeria D'auria Universita' degli Studi di Napoli Federico II Italy Beatriz de Pascual-Teresa Universidad CEU San Pablo, Madrid Spain Luc Demange Universite' Paris V Descartes France Patrizia Diana Universita' degli Studi di Palermo Italy Vladimir Dobricic University of Belgrade Serbia Richard Alan Engh UiT The Arctic University of Norway Norway Christoph Enzensperger Universitat Jen Germany Hao Fan NUS National University of Singapore Singapore Manuel A. Fernandez Rodriguez Universidad de Alcala' Spain Sally Freeman University of Manchester United Kingdom Athina Geronikaki Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Greece Rosaria Gitto Universita' degli Studi di Messina Italy Rita Guedes Universidade de Lisboa Portugal Gilles Hanquet University of Strasbourg France Trond Vidar Hansen University of Oslo Norway Ulrike Holzgrabe University of Wurzburg Germany Josef Jampilek University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno Czech Republic Katarzyna Kiec-Kononowicz Jagiellonian University, Krakow Poland Gerhard Klebe Philipps-Universitat Marburg Germany Thierry Langer University of Vienna Austria Rafal Latajka Wroclaw University of Science & Technology Poland Roman Lesyk Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University Ukraine Vittorio Limongelli USI - Universita' della Svizzera italiana Switzerland Elias Maccioni Universita' degli Studi di Cagliari Italy Pascal Marchand Universite' de Nantes France Agostino Marrazzo Universita' degli Studi di Catania Italy Dariusz Matosiuk Medical University of Lublin Poland Peter Matyus Semmelweis University, Budapest Hungary Florence McCarthy University College Cork Ireland Jose Carlos Menendez Ramos Universidad Complutense de Madrid Spain Marko M. Mihovilovic Technische Universitat Wien Austria Christa Muller University of Bonn Germany Robert Musiol University of Silesia, Katowice Poland Jose' Padron Universidad de La Laguna, Tenerife Spain Katarzyna Pernal University of Technology, Lodz Poland Lucija Peterlin Masic University of Ljublijana Slovenia Ana Rodrigues Quesada Universidad de Malaga Spain Fernanda Roleira Universidade de Coimbra Portugal Cyril Ronco Institut de Chimie de Nice (ICN) France Gianluca Sbardella Universita' degli Studi di Salerno Italy Silvia Schenone Universita' degli Studi di Genova Italy Daniela Secci Sapienza Roma Italy Hanoch Senderowitz Bar-Ilan University Israel Stefania Sinicropi Universita' della Calabria Italy Claudia Sissi Universita' degli Studi di Padova Italy Holger Stark Universitat Dusseldorf Germany Oriana Tabarrini Universita' degli Studi di Perugia Italy Anna Tsantili-Kakoulidou National and Kapodistrian University of Athens Greece Eugenio Uriarte Villares Universidade de Santiago de Compostela Spain Serge Van Calenbergh Ghent University Belgium Jarmila Vinsova Charles University in Prague Czech Republic Janos Wolfling University of Szeged Hungary Gunay Yetik-Anacak Ege University of Izmir Turkey Ilkay Yildiz Ankara University Turkey Jari Yli-Kauhaluoma University of Helsinki Finland
Each member institution takes part in Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network with its own resources. The resources to cover costs for elaboration of Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD certificates will be provided by the Network coordinator. The Network Coordinator will perform his/her service on a voluntary basis.
The Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network meetings will be financed by registration fees paid by the participants. Each network member Institution will provide with support to PhD students eventually using national and European mobility funds. The website will be secured by the Network Coordinator. The Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network will apply for additional financial support to student mobility from European mobility funds.
- The Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network is coordinated by a Network Coordinator who is a professor involved in a PhD programme in Medicinal Chemistry at his/her University, which is called as Coordinating University.
- The Network Coordinator and the Coordinating University are elected for a period of three years in a Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network meeting.
- The Network Coordinator is elected among coordinators of member institutions.
- A five membered Board is elected among coordinators of member institutions for a period of three years. The main task of the Board is the development of strategies for sustainable development and function of the Network.
- As a rule the President of the Organizing Committee of a Network Meeting, becomes the sixth member of the Board until the next meeting.
- The last board was elected in the 8th Meeting of the Paul Ehrlich Network in Porto, and will be operative from 2019 to 2021, the present members are:
Serge Van Calenbergh - Coordinator
Stefano Alcaro - Past coordinator
Jose' Borrell (organizer 2022 meeting, member till the end of 2022)
Athina Geronikaki (organizer 2023 meeting)