The CfA PhD student and Postdoc network invites: Career trajectories within the fields of allergy and immunology - one day retreat
One day retreat for CfA and Aii PhD students and postdocs: “Career trajectories within the fields of allergy and immunology”. Registration is closed.
The Steering Group of the newly reinstated Centre for Allergy Research (CfA) PhD student and Postdoc network is thrilled to announce a one-day retreat for CfA and Aii members at the PhD student and Postdoc level. Not-yet registered PhD students are also welcome. Masters students doing a CfA research project are welcome, if space permits.
This full-day event will include a list of speakers, organized within a framework of sessions focused on different career trajectories available to individuals with a PhD in the fields of allergy and immunology. Session themes include education and career in academia, non-academic careers within academia, careers in public health and industry.
The retreat will take place on 15th January 2015 at Kungsvalvet (Hantverkargatan 52), starting at 9 am, followed by a mingle and dinner.
Registration is closed.
The retreat will be free of charge to all participants, with a limited number of 35 available seats. Although we require that you provide a valid ZZ-code, an invoice will only be sent in case of absence without acceptable reasons.
If you would like to know more about the retreat, or would like to be active in the CfA PhD student and postdoc network, please contact email@example.com (chair)
The CfA PhD Student and Postdoc network steering group consists of: Jennifer Protudjer, Chair (Post doc, IMM), Martijn Manson, Vice Chair (PhD student, IMM), Jonas Binnmyr (PhD student, CNS), Jeanette Grundström (Post doc, MedS), Nicole Marquardt (Post doc, MedH), Jesper Säfholm (Post doc, IMM), Vilhelmina Ullemar (PhD student, MEB)
The retreat is supported by the Centre for Allergy Research (CfA) and the Doctoral Programme Allergy, Immunology and Inflammation (Aii) at the Karolinska Institutet, ALK and AstraZeneca.Contact person: Jennifer Protudjer