Invitation: CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium November 11, in the conference room, BBB and in Zoom

Dear all,

We are happy to welcome you all to the last CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium for this semester, November 11, 2021. Local junior researchers will present topics including drug development in acute myeloid leukemia, the role of AGR2 in breast cancer, single cell profiling in chronic myeloid leukemia, and metabolic coupling between oral cancer cells and fibroblasts. We are also excited that the winner of the prize for the publication of the year at the medical faculty, Elaheh Mahootchi, will present her award-winning research for us about the multifunctional decarboxylase GADL1. Join us for a perfect occasion for professional input and networking! We are looking forward to finally meet you in person this time, but there will also be an alternative to join digitally at Zoom.

Please register within November 8th at 11.00 for those of you who want to attend in person, as LUNCH IS INCLUDED for onsite participation. There is no registration deadline for digital attendance.

When: Thursday November 11, 2021 at 09:15 – 12:40 (Norwegian time)

Where: Conference room, BB-building (opposite the auditoria), and also available in Zoom (logon details will be sent to registered participants)

Program: can be found here.

Registration: At ccbiojuss.no (Also even if you have registered for CCBIO901 in Studentweb.)

General information: More information about the Junior Scientist Symposia can be found here.

ECTS: Part of CCBIO901, with 3 credits (participation in the program through 2 terms.) All are however welcome for non-ECTS drop-in on each individual symposium. Perhaps you spot an interesting topic? Just remember to register!

Any questions can be addressed to chairs Maria and Hanna.

Feel free to forward this invitation as all are welcome! (Not restricted to junior scientists.)

With best regards

Eli Synnøve Vidhammer
Communications
Centre for Cancer Biomarkers CCBIO
University of Bergen
Norway

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