Training & E-Learning

Aside from optional secondments at partner sites and the pairing with a senior scientist from the consortium as a mentor for the duration of the project, each A-TANGO early career scientists (ECS) will fill out and maintain a personal training portfolio that specifies individual training needs and goals, suggestions for Masterclass topics, and selecting a mentor (senior scientist from the consortium or its Advisory Boards). Every year during the annual general assembly (GA) meeting, A-TANGO will organise an ECS-dedicated programme, including Masterclasses and a mentor-mentee session. In addition, a frequent ECS-only journal-club-style seminar series will be organised. Dr. Annarein Kerbert (LUMC) has been elected to serve as the ECS speaker.

Training Documents

Masterclasses & Webinars

  • A-TANGO – Introducing G-TAK, a novel combinatorial therapy for cirrhosis & ACLF (by Dr. med. Cornelius Engelmann)

    In this video, the clinical study supervisor, Dr. med. Cornelius Engelmann (Charité), explains the different stages of liver cirrhosis and how this novel combinatorial treatment, G-TAK, may increase the survival rate of patients suffering from decompensated cirrhosis or ACLF. The video is a recording of the 3rd presentation given at an online patient event that was jointly organised by ELPA and EFCLIF and took place on 9 June 2021.

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