Knowledge Collective Construction
International community of scientists, residents, fellows and students in Laboratory Medicine.
Find young scientists around the world.
Feel at home with locals.
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information & opportunities.
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residents and/or students from around the world.
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Integration and Impact of High-Sensitive Troponin
Testing in Improving Patient Care
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Research Position Available

NIH -funded research projects focus on mechanisms of cardiac alternans and atrial fibrillation, calcium signaling and excitation contraction coupling, using state-of-the-art electrophysiological, imaging, biochemical and molecular biology methods.
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2-year position for an "Ingénieur d'Etudes"

Molecular biology of DNA methylation in mammals
CNRS, Paris, France
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Guía del Residente

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A guide to conducting Research in Laboratory Medicine

The aim of this publication is to provide insight into the research process and an overview of the strengths and weaknesses of different research methods to young scientists at various levels of their profession and career. This book is ‘nectar’ of the experience of well renowned scientists of leading healthcare organisations sharing their overall vision related to research methodology.
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¿How it works?

LAB SURFING is a community with a main goal: Connect young laboratory professionals such as residents, fellows, researchers and students from all around the globe.

You can use LAB SURFING to find colleagues in different cities, to host exchange fellows, to search for Lab/City information & opportunities or chat with other scientists.

How do we connect? Using the search engine you'll find colleagues who are registered in the destination of interest. You can make individual or group queries.

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About ...

A group of residents identified the need to improve connectivity and communication among Young Scientists in Laboratory Medicine. In a constant evolving profession, scientists are permanently searching for learning opportunities. Exchange programmes become essential and scientists are using more and more this kind of projects.
LAB SURFING grew up motivated by this idea with three main objectives: Connect YS, Improve Communication and make Exchange Programmes easier.

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