29 September 2021

Ever thought it could be fun to organize a scientific symposium?  Want to improve your CV? Want to collaborate with international PhD candidates? Want to get in contact with biomedical companies? Ever felt lost at a conference because of too little focus on young researchers?

Help to organize the only conference for PhD candidates and postdocs organized by PhD candidates and postdocs! Join the Scientific Organizing Committee of the FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE conference 2022!

ENABLE conferences

In the last five years, the ENABLE conference on biomedicine has become a brand and a network for young researchers. These events not only focus on science, but also on jobs and career development, involving the general public, and of course on having fun together! The first four conferences were organized by PhD candidates and postdocs from the research institutes IRB (Barcelona), CPR (Cophenhagen), SEMM (Milan) and RIMLS (Nijmegen) and were sponsored by the EU Horizon 2020 program.

FEBS-IUBMB conferences

A new series of conferences will be sponsored by FEBS (Federation of European Biochemical Societies) and IUBMB (International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology). Young researchers of these associations will join the organizing team. Also, each year a new institute is added to the organizing team and this institute will host the next conference. The hosting institute for the FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE conference 2022 will be the Institute of Biomedicine of Seville (IBIS).

Organizers wanted!

The Scientific Organizing Committee (SOC) is responsible for organizing the scientific program of the conference. They decide the subject of the conference, the speakers, and the program. The SOC will consist of 12 members, which will include 2 SOC members of each institute, 1 SOC member of IUBMB and 1 SOC member of FEBS. We are now looking for the two representatives of Radboudumc – RIMLS.

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