The PhD course in Pharmaceutical and Biomolecular Sciences at the University of Torino is embedded in the PhD School of Natural Sciences and Innovative Technologies. The PhD program aims at training highly qualified researchers in the field of pharmaceutical, chemical and biological sciences, with particular reference to overlaps between these disciplines. The theoretical and practical training covers both a chemical and a biochemical/biotechnological approach.
|Coordinator: Prof. Gianmario Martra|
PREPARING YOUR NEXT PROFESSIONAL STEP
You’re doing your PhD in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) and what comes next is like walking in the forest at night: narrow visibility, crossroads you’re unsure of… In this case, what you need is a torch light and an orientation map to find your own way and avoid feeling lost.
That’s why we offer you this workshop to help you:
TRAINERS: Dr Vincent Mignotte (Executive Director) and Bérénice Kimpe (International cooperation and training), Association Bernard Gregory, Paris, France
WHERE AND WHEN: Sala Multifunzione -Cavallerizza Reale-, via Verdi, 9, April 12, 2017 – 09.00-18.00
Link tp the ABG web site (a lot of info)
29th “A. Castellani” Meeting of PhD students in biochemical disciplines
WHO: the Meeting gathers national and international PhD students and experts in biochemistry.
HOW: the Meeting is organised in oral and poster sessions: PhD students will have the opportunity to present and share their research. Senior scientists will discuss the frontier topics in biochemistry and related disciplines, and the emerging technologies.
WHY: a unique chance to meet people, to present your research, to establish collaborations, to share knowledge and get acquainted with experts in the field.
WHEN: 5 -9 June 2017
WHERE: Centro Turistico Sportivo IL BRALLO-PARK HOTEL OLIMPIA a Brallo di Pregola (PV)