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FZN Vernetzung DoktorandInnen Community-Forum: Interdisciplinarity and Interaction in Neurosensory Research - Details
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Course number FZN Vernetzung DoktorandInnen
Semester Wintersemester 2020/2021
Current number of participants 11
maximum number of participants 15
Home institute Department of Neurosciences
participating institutes Department of Health Services Research, Department of Human Medicine, Department of Medical Physics and Accoustics, Department of Psychology
Courses type Community-Forum in category Community
First date Mon , 26.10.2020 09:00 - 13:00, Room: (W30 0-33/34, NeSSy, Küpkersweg 74)
Type/Form
Participants Doctoral students of the different work groups of the Research Center for Neurosensory Science
Lehrsprache deutsch und englisch

Course location / Course dates

(W30 0-33/34, NeSSy, Küpkersweg 74) Monday. 26.10.20 09:00 - 13:00

Comment/Description

The Research Center Neurosensory Science (Forschungszentrum Neurosensorik, FZN) considers itself as an umbrella organisation of more than 30 work groups that all do research in different neurosensory disciplines. One very important task of the center is the support of young scientist. In this networking symposium the doctoral students of the different work groups of the FZN can benefit from the interdisciplinarity and close cooperation within the research center. The PhD students will have to oppurtunity to present their work in an informal setting and to network with each other.

Input talks:
"Structure of the FZN and what it offers young researchers" (Dr. Nina Gaßmann, Management of the FZN or Prof. Karl-Wilhelm Koch, Executive Director of the FZN)

"My doctorate and career in clinic and research" (PD Dr. med. Christian Mathys, chief physician at the Institute of Radiology)

"Our doctorates and post-doc careers" (Dr. Dr. Marta Owczarek-Lipska, leader of the junior research group „Genetik der kindlichen Gehirnfehlbildungen“ and Dr. Kristin Tietje, research associate and scientific coordinator of the DFG-Graduiertenkolleg „Molecular Basis of Sensory Biology“)

Afterwards, there will be an extensive networking session where all doctorate students can introduce themselves and their projects and discuss possible cooperations.

Admission settings

The course is part of admission "Beschränkte Teilnehmendenanzahl: Interdisziplinarität und Interaktion in der neurosensorischen Forschung".
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