IDIVAL considers talent as one of the keys to the development of ambitious biomedical health research projects in our environment. Therefore, it develops actions aimed at training, attracting and promoting talent.

Own programs

Our own programs for the promotion and attraction of talent

We have six annual calls for proposals that finance different types of research contracts and grants focused on supporting research and support personnel.
  • Pre-doctoral contracts
  • Post-MIR contracts
  • Research manager training contracts
  • Intensification program
  • Mentoring Program
  • Inplant Program

Grants for project development

These programs are designed to promote projects developed in the biosanitary environment of Cantabria and led by researchers from our environment and in which other national or international researchers can collaborate.

  • Emerging researcher projects
  • Innovation projects
  • Research projects in Primary Care

Scientific dissemination

Scientific dissemination and promotion of new scientific vocations.

  • Guided visits
  • Scientific workshops
  • Participation in events to promote scientific culture
  • Microworld project
  • Immunoday
  • World Day of Women and Girls in Science
  • Art through science


  • Research methodology courses
  • Innovation and industrial protection
  • Good clinical practice courses
  • Flow cytometry courses
  • Santander Biomedical Lectures
  • Progress Reports