Resources for young diabetes researchers
The members of the DPLU network would like to make it easier for you to advance in your career as a researcher. On this page, you will find useful links and resources.
There are a lot of resources available for early career researchers at Lund University. Don’t miss the grants calendar where you can learn about new funding opportunities. You can also visit the Careers Centre and Future Faculty for information about career opportunities. Please check below for a list of useful links.
Find your department at the Faculty of Medicine
When you join Lund University it is useful to familiarize yourself with the structure of your new department. Please click on the link for your department at the Faculty of Medicine for more details and lots of relevant information.
Resources for your career
The Careers Centre at the Faculty of Medicine offers career-related activities and information to PhD students, post docs, and other young researchers.
Future Faculty is an organisation of researchers with a doctoral degree, who have not yet obtained a permanent/tenured position at the University. The aim of Future Faculty is to improve the conditions for young and future researchers at the Faculty of Medicine and to promote the development of a career system at all levels.
Lund University offers a broad range of activities for the career development of doctoral students. Read about the possibilities on Lund University’s internal website.
Lund University has a broad range of activities for postdoctoral staff. Explore career opportunities both inside and outside of academia.
MedCUL is the Centre for Teaching and Learning at the Faculty of Medicine, Lund University. The goal is to provide teachers and supervisors with a variety of educational and professional development opportunities and inspire multi-professional learning environments.
Find out about research opportunities on Intramed, the Faculty of Medicine’s internal website.
WINGS is an all-inclusive network in the STEMM* disciplines. The activities are open to doctoral students, post docs, researchers, teachers, and technical and administrative staff at Lund University.
The Medical Doctoral Student Council (Medicinska doktorandrådet - MDR) represents all PhD students at the Faculty of Medicine.
Other useful resources
At Kompetensportalen you can find courses and in-house training for university staff. The portal contains a list of all available courses in English.
You can contact the Occupational Health Service for work-related medical, psychological, and ergonomic advice.
LUCRIS is Lund University's research information system. The research portal is the external interface of LUCRIS, and the purpose is to give external visitors an idea of what research is conducted here at LU. Please make sure your profile is up to date.
Resources for international researchers
Lund University offers Swedish language courses for employees with rapid progression, in cooperation with Scandinavian Languages at the Centre for Languages and Literature (SOL).
Swedish for immigrants (Sfi) in Lund offers Swedish courses for people who need a basic knowledge of Swedish.
Swedish for immigrants (Sfi) in Malmö offers Swedish courses for people who need a basic knowledge of Swedish.
International Citizen Hub Lund provides helpful information to international talents and arrange activities.