UTU Research – Faculty of Medicine or shortly RFM, gathers the principal investigators at the Faculty of Medicine.
RFM was established to promote the external and internal visibility of the experts of the Faculty and their expertise. Membership guarantees the targeted first-hand information about funding opportunities and research events. There are currently about 140 members in the RFM.
Have an impact on science policy and funding programmes
Research Faculty members can also be asked to share their views about science policy matters, and pre-review and give their important opinions during the preparation of the content of the major future EU funding programmes, like Horizon2020 and Horizon Europe.
Attend the RFM Seminar twice a year
Twice a year RFM members are invited to a seminar to learn more about recent news in the Faculty and in the University research development, including grant support services. The seminars also offer an excellent networking opportunity.
A title of a docent or comparable academic qualifications required
The Dean nominates the Research Faculty members after internal evaluation made by the Research Assessment Committee of the Faculty of Medicine. To become a member of the Research Faculty you must have the title of a docent or have comparable academic qualifications and competence. Experience in leading academic research group and success in obtaining complementary funding for research is also required.