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IV CRG PhD Students Symposium

IV CRG PhD Students SymposiumIV CRG PhD Students Symposium

10/11/2010 11/11/2010
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IV CRG PhD Students Symposium

Barcelona, Spain

The IV CRG PhD Students Symposium is a CRG internal symposium with the aim to provide a platform for the young scientists working at the CRG. All 2nd year students will give a short talk focusing on the main question they want to address in their PhD and how they are planning to do this. In addition posters of 3rd year students will give an overview of work that is being carried out in our institute.

This year’s symposium will for the first time also comprise the PhD graduation ceremony.

To facilitate a high attendance the whole duration of the symposium is considered lab-work free time.


Johanna AIGNER, Genes and Disease Programme
Laia BASSAGANYAS, Genes and Disease Programme
Alessio BAVA, Gene Regulation Programme
Giovanni BUSSOTTI, Bioinformatics and Genomics Programme
Salvador CAPELLA, Bioinformatics and Genomics Programme
Davide D'AMICO, Genes and Disease Programme
Santiago DEMAJO, Differentiation and Cancer Programme
Camilla IANNONE, Gene Regulation Programme
Chang JIA MING, Bioinformatics and Genomics Programme
Carsten KEMENA, Bioinformatics and Genomics Programme
Gaja LESNICAR-PUCKO, Systems Biology Programme
Marco MARIOTTI, Bioinformatics and Genomics Programme
Elisabeth MATEU, Genes and Disease Programme
Cristina MILITTI, Gene Regulation Programme
Andre MINOCHE, Ultrasequencing Core Facility
Gabriel NEUROHR, Cell and Developmental Biology Programme
Paola PISANO, Differentiation and Cancer Programme
Meritxell PONS, Genes and Disease Programme
Aljoscha SCHULZE, Systems Biology Programme
Sophia TEICHMANN, Differentiation and Cancer Programme
Erik VERSCHUEREN, Systems Biology Programme
Judith WODKE, Systems Biology Programme

Abstract Submission for Posters

The  students symposium will offer the opportunity to all PhD students to present their project on a poster during a poster session in the evening of the first day (see agenda). The idea is that especially the 3rd year students are asked to present their work, but of course it is open to everyone else too. The best poster will be awarded with a little prize.

To submit your abstract, please download the attached form (and format) you will find and on the right framework of the page, an send the file to Gabriel Neurohr.

Deadline for abstract submission is September 30, 2010.