Systems biology is by definition a collaborative effort, characterized by an iterative process of biology driving technology driving computation. MaCSBio consists of an international, dynamic research community with a highly interdisciplinary character. There are several ways of collaborating in and with MaCSBio.
Types of Collaboration
Members make up the core of MaCSBio and are deeply involved in research at the institute. They have their primary position and office at MaCSBio, or next to their primary appointment elsewhere at Maastricht University, and have tenured or tenure-track appointments.
They actively shape the research of the institute by leading or working in projects and presenting their work during seminars, lectures and science days. They are usually involved in teaching and training.
Although having their primary position with another institute than MaCSBio, associate members are actively taking part in MaCSBio research. They are affiliated to other departments of Maastricht University or to universities elswhere in the Netherlands or Europe.
Associate members collaborate in projects with MaCSBio members, apply jointly for research funding, and have access to the facilities provided by MaCSBio. An associate membership is an ideal way to become involved in MaCSBio research.
A membership is not the sole way of collaborating within MaCSBio. MaCSBio has an extensive network of partnerships both bilateral (academic) partnerships as well as via partnering organisations. The level of involvement can vary from partner to partner.
- Academic Partnerships
- Partnering Organisations