Organization

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 a 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.

According to the Rules and Conditions, elections for new board members took place during the 2nd Meeting of the Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network held in Ljubljana from 9-11 September, 2012.

The actual board is composed of:

Danijel Kikelj, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia (Coordinator)  
Peter Matyus, Semmelweis University, Budapest,  
Beatriz de Pascual-Teresa, San Pablo CEU University, Madrid, Spain  
Norbert Haider, University of Vienna, Austria  
Julio Álvarez-Builla, University of Alcalá, Madrid, Spain  
Jarmila Vinšová, University of Prague, Czech Republic  
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Financial Issues

Each member institution takes part in Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network with its own resources. The costs of the research activities will be covered by the institution where such activities take place. 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 Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network member institution will provide support to PhD students to mobilize financial resources from national and European mobility funds. The website will be secured by the Network Coordinator. The Paul Ehrlich MedChem Euro-PhD Network will apply for financial support to student mobility from European mobility funds.

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