We are happy to announce the program of the forthcoming CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium at September 27th, where a highlight will be the inspirational lecture by Bruce Baguley, a visiting professor from the University of Auckland. Professor Baguley is a distinguished researcher and a motivating lecturer. His research interests include anticancer drug development with emphasis on multidisciplinary and translation approaches. You should definitely not miss this opportunity.
In addition, we will hear from CCBIO PhD students, postdoctoral fellows and researchers, who will present ongoing projects in the CCBIO sphere. Topics to be discussed will cover the use of automated clustering to explore CyTOF data , reprogramming of gene regulation in prostate cells, how miRNA can be utilized as prognostic markers in colorectal cancer, as well as a discussion on policy visions of personalised medicine.
This is an excellent forum for discussing research, learning about how different and similar many ongoing projects are to your own, and to network with fellow PhD students, postdocs and other colleagues in our research community. Lunch is included.
Time: Thursday September 27th 2018, at 10.00-13.30.
Where: Conference room BBB (3^rd floor, across the hall from the auditoria)
Registration: deadline is September 25th. Registration here.
All info is available here.