A few weeks back, the two-day explore program – a collaboration between the Amsterdam Public Health research institute and ACE – successfully took place for the first time. The program supported APH researchers to identify how they can improve the impact of the research that they are working on.
“What stood out most in the program was really getting the opportunity to pitch your own project and getting feedback on it from professionals, who really know what they are talking about.” – Hekmat Alrouh (APH researcher).
Take a look at the aftermovie here to get an impression of the successful program.
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