Dear #breakingbarriers fellows,
New year brings to you a new edition of <interact>!
<interact> is a biannual scientific conference organised by PhD candidates for early career scientists - PhD candidates and PostDocs, bringing together highly dedicated young life sciences researchers in Munich area and wider. Founded in 2007, <interact> offers an inspiring and supportive atmosphere for networking, presenting research projects, exchange ideas, finding collaboration partners and exploring future career options in academia and industry.
This year, <interact> is taking place on 27th & 28th of February at the Biomedical Center Munich (BMC), located at the biotech campus Martinsried/Großhadern, Munich.
Our keynote speakers will share with us their research and experiences as scientists in academia and industry:
- Tak Wah Mak (Immunology, Cancer research | University of Toronto, Canada)
- Maria Carmo-Fonseca (Splicing RNA Biology | University of Lisbon, Portugal)
- Morgan Beeby (Structural biology | Imperial College, London, UK)
- Karim el Kasmi (Transition to industry | Boehringer Ingelheim, Germany)
In addition to keynote lectures, your talks and poster sessions, career fair and <interact>ive session, we will have panel discussion focusing on #breakingbarriers we encounter as early stage researchers, moderated by Children of Doom.
Don’t miss a chance to present your research with a talk or a poster in a welcoming scientific atmosphere, <interact> with fellow PhD candidates and PostDocs, engage in lively discussions and mingle with our industry partners during career fair.
Do you need a little extra motivation to register? How about winning a prize for the best talk or poster?
To view the poster and to register, please click here or visit: https://www.munich-interact.de/register.
If you wish to present your work, you can upload your abstract during registration or send us an email with a .pdf file to science-interactnoSp@firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the title in the file name included (until 10th of February).
Save the date and join the #breakingbarriers in science!
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