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UCI-CCBS: 10th Annual Southern California Systems Biology Symposium – 05.03.2021: Register now!

The annual symposium, now in its 10th year, brings together researchers from across Southern California—from Santa Barbara to San Diego—to share research, build community, and stimulate collaborations. The symposium will be held virtually via zoom and poster session on the Gather Town platform Friday March 5thand will include thematic sessions of talks and a poster session.

Select poster abstracts will be featured in a lightning talk format prior to the virtual poster session.

Register today – it’s free!
https://www.cityofhope.org/2021-systems-biology-symposium

Organizing Committee
Mark Alber, UC Riverside
Andrea Bild, City of Hope
Aleksandra Karolak, City of Hope
Alex Hoffmann, UCLA
Arthur Lander, UC Irvine
Russell Rockne, City of Hope
Andrei Rodin, City of Hope
Nagarajan Vaidehi, City of Hope

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Life Science Career Day, Oct. 21 , 2020, SwissTech convention center (EPFL) – REGISTRATION OPEN

A FREE event to get ready for your professional future!

  • Boost your career and get guidance. Learn how to communicate successfully with prospective employers, get ready for a job interview, and valorize your competences.
  • Discover positions in the corporate world, non-profit organisations & the public sector.
  • Expand your network! The networking forum is a perfect occasion to exchange insights with professionals & alumni from many organizations and companies.
  • In summary: The main goal of the LSCD is to provide guidance, tools & networking opportunities. Such information will help you to build a career after having obtained your degree or a postdoctoral experience.

 

Further information:

 

Registration:

https://conference.unil.ch/e-ticket/register?ceremony=10

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The CIG Symposium 2020 is canceled

We regret that all events at the University of Lausanne have just been canceled until September 2020.

As members of the organization committee, we therefore sadly decided neither to postpone nor to virtualize our symposium, but to simply cancel it. We did not want to overload an already busy virtual conference schedule, and we understand that our speakers’ and participants’ priorities will be to safely restart their labs and experiments as soon as this becomes possible.

With our very best wishes,

Maria Cristina Gambetta & David Gatfield

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CIG Symposium 2020: Registration is now open!

 

Link to the CIG Symposium website

Link to the online registration form (sign in after registration in order to submit your abstract by May 15, 2020!)

Link to the program

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LS2 “PIs of Tomorrow “, Zurich Feb. 13-14, 2020 – Applications must be received by November 1st, 2019

We are pleased to announce the call for applications to the “PIs of tomorrow: The Future of Swiss Research” session at the next LS2 Annual Meeting 2020, taking place in Zurich, 13-14 February. This session offers postdocs interested in following an academic career the opportunity to present a plenary talk similar in format to a professorship interview seminar. Selected participants will have the chance to get a slot for a 15-minute presentation, which should appeal to a broad audience and in which both the achievements accomplished and the proposed future research are to be explained. The talk will be followed by an open discussion on various aspects of the proposed activity, as well as on career-oriented perspectives of the presenter. A knowledgeable jury panel of professors will evaluate the presentations.

The best presentation will be awarded a prize. However, everyone is a winner, as all presenters in the session will receive feedback from the jury in a one-on-one private session afterwards. Please, find all the information about the last PIs of tomorrow 2019 at https://annual-meeting.ls2.ch/pis-of-tomorrow. The 2020 edition and call will be published in August under the same link.

As a participant in the FEBS3+ LS2 Annual Meeting 2020, you will have the opportunity to interact with scientists in and outside your field, and to expand or refresh your network not only in Switzerland, but also in Germany and Austria since, for the first time next year, we are welcoming the German Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (GBM) and the Austrian Association of Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology (ÖGMBT) as co-organizing societies. Of course, you will also enjoy a two-day meeting in the beautiful city of Zurich! If you are selected, your travel and accommodation fees will be paid by the LS2 organisation.

 

The following documents are required for the application:

  1. Cover letterhighlighting your interest and eligibility (1 page)
  2. Research statement including past work and future research plans with their scientific impact and significance (max. 300 words)
  3. CV with a publication list(max. 2 pages)

Only applicants having ties to Switzerland will be considered (i.e. Swiss citizenship, Swiss residency, past or on-going affiliation with a Swiss institution of at least two years by the 2020 meeting).

Selection criteria:

  • Scientific quality of proposed research;
  •  Novelty and creativity;
  • Relevance and impact;
  • Research output;
  • Collaborations, networks and outreach;
  • Teaching and leadership;
  • Mobility

To apply, please follow the guidelines in the application link below, where you will be asked to upload your documents in a single pdf file (max. 5 MB):

https://tinyURL.com/PIOT2020

Applications must be received by November 1st, 2019.

Questions to the session should be addressed to postdocsession@gmail.com.

We are looking forward to your application and hope to welcome you in Zurich!

Yours sincerely,

Dr. Elisa Araldi (ETHZ), Dr. Sophia Verouti (UNIBE), Dr. Nabil Hanna (UNIGE), and Dr. Shalu Jhanwar (UNIBAS), Chairs of the PIs of tomorrow 2020

Dr. Carolin von Schoultz and Dr. Elena Cardenal (info@ls2.ch), LS2 Scientific Officers and organizers of the FEBS3+ LS2 Annual Meeting 2020

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Career planning after postdoc: tips and advice for various professional paths – retreat Finhaut, VS on Sep. 21 & 22, 2019 (deadline Sep. 10, 2019)

The Association for Postdocs in Natural Sciences of the University of Lausanne is organizing the 2019 retreat for career opportunities for postdocs:
 
CAREER PLANNING AFTER POSTDOC: TIPS AND ADVICE FOR VARIOUS PROFESSIONAL PATHS
 
Featuring professionals from various career paths: start-ups, medical doctors, NGOs, educators, academics, scientific writers/editors and more!
 
Registration is now open and will close on September 10th!
 
There is a limited number of available places. Please register with your UNIL or CHUV email account and don’t forget to pay the 30CHF fees to cover your accommodation and food to complete the registration process. Note that there will be no reimbursement for late cancellation.
 
 
The retreat will take place in Chalet Vaticamp (Finhaut, Valais) on 21st-22nd September 2019
 
Check the final program attached to this email or on our website http://www.asso-unil.ch/apns/
 
Don’t miss the chance to explore your career options and expand your network, while spending a weekend in the beautiful Swiss Alps!
 
The APNS team
 
Event sponsored by Graduate Campus UNIL.
 
We apologize if you receive multiple copies of this email.

 

APNS: Association for Postdocs in Natural Sciences at UNIL