Applications for support (seed money) for KICancer Task Forces Focusing on Specific Cancers(formerly “Diagnose based networks”)
KICancer invites a new round of applications for support to the Task Forces for Diagnose Groups/Diagnose Based Networks.
The application should contain a description of the network (≤ one page), names of the leader and persons in a suggested or existing steering group, as well as what the grant will be used for including a budget for 2017-18. If an application from an already established network is submitted, there should also be a one page summary of the networks´ achievements and activities so far.
Applications should have arrived as one pdf-file to firstname.lastname@example.org latest
December 5 2016. Please label your application with Dnr 2-3832/2016.
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Recommended seminars and conferences
Autumn 2016: Workshops in Non Academic Research
Welcome to attend a very interesting seminar series on non academic research. The seminars are open to all the scientific community, doctoral students, postdoctoral fellow and researchers and aim at providing an overview on opportunities outside the academic environment, and create or strengthen academic-non academic partnership.
At the Department of Microbiology, Tumor and Cell Biology (MTC) open seminars are given several days a week - many within the tumor biology and oncology field. MTC is located at KICampus, Nobels väg 16. The seminar room is A 302. Check MTC's web site.
The Department of Oncology-Pathology arranges Friday seminars at 12:30 at the CCK Lecture Hall, R8 ground floor. You will find the program here