Jaco DE GRAAF
Description of job and tasks involved
Tasks of the advisor projects:
- Accompanying the financing of research projects
- Frequent contact with important grant providers
- Keeping up to date knowledge of national and international grant funding schemes
- Developing of policy regarding the financial/ administrative control of research grants
- Generating financial reports and signalling of future bottle necks.
- Contact with external auditing firm concerning midterm or end of the project audit.
Experience in European research projects
FP 6,7, H2020 preliminary phase
ERC( Starting Grant), Marie Curie IAPP, Marie Curie ITN, ERDF
LUMC, Centre of Medical Innovation, is a modern university medical center for research, education and patient care with a high quality profile and a strong scientific orientation. Its unique research practice, ranging from pure fundamental medical research to applied clinical research, places LUMC among the world top. This enables LUMC to offer patient care and education that is in line with the latest international insights and standards – and helps it to improve medicine and healthcare both internally and externally.
LUMC acts as a knowledge center for topics in the field of public health with an impact on society, it has a directive function in the region and it acts as a centre for continuing education and further training for medical professionals. The collaboration between LUMC, Leiden University and the Leiden Bio Science Park creates unique possibilities for medical innovation in Leiden and the surrounding area.
The LUMC has a tradition of many years of pioneering medical and bio-medical research and is among the international top in this field. To maintain and strengthen its position, the LUMC continually invests in infrastructure, both equipment and personnel, to keep it forward-looking and competitive.
With its research, the LUMC wants to contribute to the prevention and solution of health problems. At the heart of our research strategy is translational research. Translational research means using scientific results in a clinical setting and conversely, bringing clinical observations and questions back to the laboratory. This is a prime example of how an interdisciplinary approach can promote the use of clinical and laboratory findings in applications that are beneficial to society.
Bachelor’s degree, Business Economics(heao be), The Haque University of Applied Sciences 1999-2006: Credit Controller at Leiden University Medical Center 2006-2008: Financial Administrator at Leiden University Medical Center since 2009: Project Administrator/ Advisor Projects at Leiden University Medical Center