Nebst Aktivitäten für die Öffentlichkeit organisiert Life Science Zurich für die Forschungsgemeinschaft auch wissenschaftliche Tagungen.
International Forum on Women's Brain and Mental Health on «Sex & Gender Differences in Mental and Neurological Disease: The Gateway to Precision Medicine»
The Women's Brain Project (WBP) is thrilled to announce in collaboration with Life Science Zurich the International Forum on Women's Brain and Mental Health which is taking place on 8 & 9 June 2019 at the University of Zurich. We have an exiting scientific program taking shape. It includes innovative technologis/AI and experts from a range of disciplines, companies, and academic institutions that will be coming together, alongside patiens, unter the WBP banner.
The agenda is available on the website, which is also where you can register.
Shoud you want to get updates, find out how to get discounted tickets, or just stay abreast of development in the field of gender and sex research for mental health, stay in touch!
- Join the LinkedIN WBP group or follow the LinkedIn WBP Forum page for updates.
- Sign up for the mailing list on the website
- Follow WBP on Twitter, under @womensbrainpro or with #womensbrainpro
Life Sciences PostDoc Day was founded seven years ago to promote interactions among postdoctoral researchers and senior Ph.D. students of the ETH domains and to provide career-related advice and support. This year - for the second time - the Life Sciences PostDoc Day is co-organized by senior Ph.D. students and postdocs from University of Zurich, University Hospital Zurich and ETH Zurich, with the aim of stimulating scientific collaborations across all Zurich research institutions. We also encourage early career researchers from other Swiss and international universities to join us! This is an exciting event to see what your colleagues are doing and initiate collaborations that can push your research further.
The Life Sciences Innovation Day brings together leaders from academia and industry (e.g. academic/clinical scientists, biotech & pharma, CROs, SMEs, etc.) to discuss current challenges and develop new concepts for an ecosystem fostering open science and innovation. In this ecosystem of public-private partnerships, members from academia, industry, and society connect, share perspectives, and directly collaborate on high-impact research and development of projects with defined outcomes tangible in the public sphere.
Take a look at the preliminary program in the Agenda.
Abstract submission will open on 1 July 2019.