We are delighted to present you the scientific programme for the Genetics Retreat - NVHG graduate meeting on 17 and 18 May 2018 in conference centre Rolduc.
What’s new? Science in Open Space!
Many participants highly value scientific interaction and appreciate more opportunity to exchange thoughts and ideas. To this end we introduce a session termed Science in Open Space.
The idea of an Open Space session is that participants propose topics or themes which are relevant to them and discuss these in small groups in an informal setting. These Open Space themes/topics may vary from e.g. selected scientific topics, organized training in statistics or animal models, to career options.
Send us your propositions
You may inform us by email about topics of your interest or bring your ideas to the meeting.
Keynote address: prof. Cisca Wijmenga
Last but not least, we are proud to present prof. Cisca Wijmenga (UMCG) as our NVHG keynote speaker. She will speak on Thursday evening: 'We and our small friends: ins and outs of gut microbiome'.
Practice your moderating skills
Would you like to become more proficient in moderating and leading a scientific discussion? This is your opportunity! Tick-off the checkbox in the registration form and you may feature as co-chair in this year’s meeting.
Looking forward to see you in Rolduc
We are looking forward to meet you in Rolduc! Feel free to forward this mailing to your colleagues.
Registration and more information: https://gcb.mumc.nl/registration-abstract-submission-room-reservation
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