Welcome residents IMIBIC

In June every year, IMIBIC invites the new resident medical interns (MIR) of the Reina Sofia University Hospital to a welcome session, where IMIBIC presents the institute, its main activities, objectives, and training opportunities, and promotes the research career among medical doctors. The medical interns starting their residency at the hospital will also visit the different installations of IMIBIC.

Bienvenida a los residentes

Open day – Reina Sofia University Hospital

During this event, the resident medical interns will learn about the Reina Sofia University Hospital, its offer and strengths as a teaching hospital, and its connection to the IMIBIC. The different clinical units present their daily medical practice and research activities at stands with the help of senior residents, mentors, and directors of the units. IMIBIC's stand is presented by the different departments such as training and research management, as well as clinical and basic researches.

The objectives of the welcome day are to:

  • Inform the future resident medical interns about the patient care, teaching and research activities carried out at the Reina Sofia University Hospital.
  • To exchange information and experiences about the different medical specialties with the residents and tutors, and to answers any question and doubts.

Research training after medical residency

The “Stop Fuga de Cerebros Roche” (Stop Brain-Drain Roche) competitive call for postdoctoral fellowship was first opened in 2017 and based on the call "Rio Hortega" offered by the National Institute of Health Carlos III (ISCIII).

The objective of this fellowship is to offer a work contract for a talented researcher who is in possession of the FSE degree (Formación Sanitaria Especializada), to receive specific training in research and health technologies in the context of a research project. The call is competitive, follows the principles of transparency, no discrimination, equality, and open dissemination, and is open in the region of Andalusia.

The objectives of the fellowships are to:

  • Promote the retention of young researchers in the region of Andalusia.
  • Favor research that is oriented to solve problems of patients and society via the development of a research project.