Do you love PhD retreats? Do you want to know what these are like in other institutes? The Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB) in Barcelona is organizing a PhD retreat on 21 and 22 October 2022 in Barcelona. Two PhD candidates of RIMLS are invited to join the PhD retreat in Barcelona this year. To register, please send an email to Postbus RIMLS Graduate School (email@example.com) on 27 June latest.
The program of the PhD retreat encompasses the following items:
- Keynote session
- PhD flash talks
- Poster sessions
- Round table ( profiles : biotech, innovation dept, pharma)
- Workshop on career development
- Social and networking activities
IRB will cover registration fee and the local expenses. You should take care of the expenses for travelling to Barcelona and back.
IRB has long been a partner institute of RIMLS. Both institutes are part of the ENABLE consortium that organizes conferences by and for PhD candidates & Postdocs, as well as of the European project ENABLECARES, which organizes courses about entrepreneurship and open science.
PhDs of RIMLS are involved in organizing the FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE conference, a broad conference on biomedicine and technology, which this year takes place in Seville (Spain). Interested? Check out their website, registration is open!
The ENABLECARES project aims to enhance the training of PhD candidates in other fields than just research, promoting training in complementary skills. Obtaining a PhD can be a perfect start of a career as an entrepreneur. The ENABLECARES course on entrepreneurship gives the theoretical background of entrepreneurship and the exercise of writing a business plan. The course will take place in December 2022-January 2023. Registration on the online learning environment is open now!
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