The training activities go in parallel with building up a strong network between supervisors and fellows that will continue after completion of the project.

Moreover, every appointed ESR will be expected to acquire the expertise and managerial capacities required to render them appealing candidates for the subsequent enrolment either within the companies involved in TRANSMIT or within health institutions and Academia. All ESRs involved in the project will be expected to become trained in complementary skills such as science communication and network relationship building, including those with patients associations and families.

To understand the importance of both communication and dissemination within the H2020 programme, you can consult the EU Guide to Science Communication in the video down below.


The European Researcher’s Night is an important dissemination event to bring science closer to people. This year it took place on September 28 in over 340 cities across Europe and beyond! Most of our ESRs attended the local event organised in their host country. You can see some pictures of the night and read some comments and impressions by our TRANSMITers HERE.