Frequently asked questions
Who belongs to the community?
The Lab -Surfing community is made up of students, residents, fellows and researchers in laboratory medicine and clinical biochemistry.
All with a common interest: to improving communication between colleagues around the world.
What services can I offer to the community?
When you are traveling, it is always helpful to know someone you can trust on to find accommodation, or valuable city and hospital information. Any service is useful and imagination is the only limit.
Does Lab-Surfing offers scholarships?
No, Lab -Surfing will facilitate contact with local, national and international colleagues to help you plan and accomplish exchange programs.
Is my information secure?
YES! The web site is protected with SSL certificate.
SSL certificates validate the identity of the website and encrypt the information.
With the protection of an SSL certificate, users can be sure that the information entered is private. The transmission of data is fully encrypted.
How to complete your profile in 5 simple steps?
1-Create a profile with your Facebook account.
2-Edit your profile with your personal information and picture!
3-Choose your coordinates (house, Laboratory, city monument) to show on the map.
4-Tell us more about you on the "Review": work, area of interest, personal interest, etc.
5-Write a travel experience.
Now you are ready to use Lab-Surfing!
How do I appear on the map?
To find yourself on the map first you must complete your coordinates in "Edit profile".
When you click on the balloon located on the right you will be able to search for an address (house, hospital, park).
Once located on the map you must select "Use these coordinates".