“The Promise of Future Medicine: from Research to Therapy”
This is the 2nd European PhD and Postdoc Symposium and it will be held in Copenhagen from the 7th to the 9th of November 2018. The aim of the conference is to present the latest advances and discoveries made in biomedical research that will ultimately determine the clinical practice and medicine of the future. The scientific programme covers a broad range of topics, from basic to clinical research, and will end with a final dissertation about the evolution of molecular biology throughout the last century. The symposium is organized by PhD students and postdocs from four international institutes and will feature lectures from 8 renowned keynote speakers. About 300 participants, mainly PhD students, are expected to attend. The symposium offers top-level scientific lectures as well as the opportunity for young scientists to interact with scientists during the social event “Dinner with speakers”.
Scientific sessions and keynote speakers
Michel Morange Pierre and Marie Curie University
Bali Pulendran Standford School of Medicine
Andrea Bertotti Candiolo Cancer Institute
Giuseppe Testa University of Milan
Klaus Pantel Institute of Tumor Biology
Weizmann Institute of Science
Helen Lee University of Cambridge
Matthew Wood University of Oxford
Janine Erler BRIC University of Copenhagen
Exchange your science
Nordic tapas with speakers
An informal evening discussion between the speakers and young researchers accompanied by traditional Danish food and beer. The relaxed atmosphere will facilitate the exchange of ideas, experiences and knowledge. The activity will be held in bars or pubs around Copenhagen. More details will follow soon.
Young researcher (PhD and PostDoc attendees) will be selected to present their current results and goals, alongside renowned speakers, in 15-minute presentations, including questions from the audience.
Students are invited to present their own work in two poster sessions during the scientific days of the symposium.
The event will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark, which is known for its atmospheric coziness (in Danish: hygge)
The venue will be the brand new Maersk Tower, located at the centre of the Copenhagen Science City
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