PHD research and training
All PhD-candidates of UMC Utrecht defend their thesis at Utrecht University. More information about the doctoral degree regulations of Utrecht University can be found on the website of Utrecht University.
Graduate school of life sciences
All PhD-programs of the UMC Utrecht are part of the Graduate School of Life Sciences. The Graduate School of Life Sciences combines the expertise and education facilities of UMC Utrecht, the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, the Faculty of Science and the Hubrecht Institute. The Graduate School of Life Sciences offers 15 PhD-programs, which organize thematic courses for their PhD-candidates. More information about the PhD-programs within the Graduate School of Life Sciences, courses and admission can be found on the website.
BROK®: ELEMENTARY COURSE REGULATION AND ORGANIZATION FOR CLINICAL RESEARCHERS
The BROK® is an elementary course about regulations and organization for WMO-project research (Medical Research Involving Human Subjects Act, WMO). The course is mandatory for all researchers who set up or carry out a WMO-project at the UMC Utrecht or at another location under the responsibility of UMC Utrecht as the sponsor of the research (decision by the Executive Board of UMC Utrecht). General information and information about upcoming courses.
MONITORING COURSE OF WMO-RESEARCH
Monitoring of WMO-research with negligible risk at the UMC Utrecht can be carried out by an experienced research nurse of BROK certified researcher. In addition, following a monitor training is mandatory. Up to date knowledge of GCP/WMO is necessary to follow the monitoring course (latest WMO/GCP course < 4 years). General information and information about upcoming course.
For specific information about registration and education, please contact your PhD-program coordinator. For general information about PhD's and research in the UMC Utrecht, send an email to the Research Office of the UMC Utrecht: