Become a CTLS Institutional Partner – and read below all about our current CTLS Institutional Partners!
As an CTLS Institutional partner, your Institution and Core Facilities personnel will benefit from these important engagement opportunities:
- Enhanced networking opportunities among members, connecting with like-minded colleagues to share and exchange knowledge and experience
- Collaboration with international peers
- Participation in the CTLS Working and Focus groups
- Counsel, advise and connect mentors and mentees
- Organisation and coordination of events together with CTLS (courses, workshops, etc)
- Organisation and contribution, together with CTLS, to online discussion webinars and workshops, which serves as both a networking tool and a source for best practices
- Preferred congress registration rates for all member contacts
- Acknowledgment of your membership on the CTLS website, including the institutional logo with a link to your website
- Acknowledgement of your support throughout the CTLS Biennial Congress and other CTLS events
- Facilitated networking with leading technology solutions providers
- Participation in shaping the future European ecosystem of research infrastructures and core facilities
- In addition, we will support your core facility personnel to develop their careers: CTLS membership opens the door to members-only content available on the website, and many educational opportunities through our specialised courses for professional development of core facility staff and Shadowing and Staff Exchange Programme
To become an institutional partner, a MoU (memorandum of understanding) needs to be signed for a minimum of 2 years.
- Up to 30 members: € 2500 /year
- Up to 50 members: € 3750/year
- Up to 70 members: € 5500/year
- Up to 100 members: € 8000/year
Contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Learn about our CTLS Institutional partners!
Human Technopole is Italy’s life science institute, located at the heart of MIND (Milano Innovation District). Human Technopole’s overarching mission is to improve human health and well-being, by: carrying out frontier research in the life sciences aimed at developing novel approaches in preventive and personalised medicine; setting up and operating scientific services and facilities, to also be made available to external researchers; training the next generation of leading scientists; promoting innovation and progress through technology transfer. Once fully operational, HT will employ over 1.000 scientists from all over the world.
Vienna BioCenter Core Facilities, GmbH (VBCF) is a publicly funded non-profit research-performing medium-sized company situated at the Vienna BioCenter, one of the most outstanding and prominent life sciences hubs in Central Europe. The company’s primary goal is to provide access to state-of-the-art research infrastructures and scientific services for research institutions and private customers in Life Sciences. The company encompasses ten core facilities focusing on various aspects of R&D in life sciences, either as routine investigations or finding new, original solutions. Besides providing services, VBCF conducts its own research and developmental activities, mainly in further developing the infrastructure, methodology, and services.