Project work within a research group
The research at the Faculty of Medicine spans from experimental basic research to applied research with a focus on clinical, healthcare science and public health issues.
Individuals who wish to pursue a project within a research group at the Faculty of Medicine should contact a research group directly. Our research database obtains all current research at the faculty and can be used to find a group/project of interest.
- Guests/interns within a research group are not considered to be exchange students at Lund University.
- Guests/interns within a research group are not enrolled to a course/programme and do not have the possibility to earn academic credits at Lund University.
More information regarding practical issues such as signing of documents (Erasmus Traineeship Learning Agreements or equivalent) should be addressed to the research group.
Guests/interns who wish to meet foreign and local students are welcome to join the international mentor group at internationalbuddygroup [at] gmail [dot] com (internationalbuddygroup[at]gmail[dot]com)
If you are a student from a partner university within Biomedicine, you can pursue a project/thesis work at a laboratory by applying to one of our project courses for exchange students. Please consult you International coordinator at you home university for more information about nomination and application procedures.