The road to future: Successful scientific projects and teams

Pulmonary & Respiratory Medicine

ISSN: 2161-105X

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The road to future: Successful scientific projects and teams

7th International Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Conference

October 22-23, 2018 | Rome, Italy

Lyubima Despotova-Toleva

Plovdiv Medical University, Bulgaria

Scientific Tracks Abstracts: J Pulm Respir Med

Abstract :

The workshop is targeted to medical doctors, researchers, university teachers and other academic staff as well as for people from so called eligible organizations in Horizon 2020 and other programs. Students and PhD students are also welcome. The main goal is to bring together professionals who are interested in scientific and educational projects to elaborate high quality project proposals and to win project grants. The key tasks are focused on: formulating a modern cutting-edge science ideas to be studied and proved, finding and organize appropriate teams of researchers capable to carry out the project according to the highest scientific standards and team management, project and budget planning, administrative issues. Practical examples for good already sponsored projects (finished and still running). Hopefully, this workshop will contribute to a successful project proposal/s in the field of COPD and related topics.

Biography :

Lyubima Despotova-Toleva MD, PhD is medical doctor with acknowledged specialties in paedicatics, family medicine, health care management and specialisation in paediatric cardiology. University professor in General practice/Family medicine, scientivic advisor of PhD students, chairperson of the Bulgarian long-term and palliatiive care society: editor in chief of Folia Palliatrica journal. Board member of EMA, EGPRN, lifetime member of WONCA, IAHPC and WHPCA. Author of more then 150 scientific publications, over 30 monographs, textbooks, manuals. Leader, coordinator and senior researcheer in more then 20 international and national research and educational projects and programs (Fulbright, JSPS, mEducator, SmokeFreeBrain etc.)



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