About the TAE


Founded in 2009, the Trainee Association of ESCMID aims to improve the training in Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases and create a large network of trainees to facilitate collaboration.

Objectives

• To represent the interests of ESCMID Young Scientist Members (ESCMID members who are 35 years of age or younger, or 40 years of age or less if they are still in training)

• To facilitate and promote international collaboration and effective use of resources by developing a large network of young professionals

• To improve training in CM and ID by recognising challenges and facilitating solutions to overcome these challenges in Europe and across the world

• To generate a broad and inter-related collaboration of CM and ID trainees across the world by using a regional and worldwide network of CM and ID trainees

• To promote observerships, mentorships and other opportunities for young professionals across Europe and beyond European borders

• To be actively involved in discussions about harmonised content and quality of CM and ID training and European curricula across Europe via consultation with UEMS and national societies

• To promote ESCMID exchange programmes during the undergraduate study period

• To acknowledge and reward outstanding ESCMID Young Scientist members

• To improve and assist European CM and ID trainees’ scientific education by promoting educational

TAE Membership

Any ESCMID Young Scientist Member shall be a member of the TAE and can participate in the TAE activities. Please make sure to tick the box for "TAE Newsletter" to stay updated about the TAE activities.
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