Posters and Flash Talk Awards to DanStem PhD students
Iris Unterweger, Teresa Knudsen and Anna Drozd from DanStem were awarded poster prizes. Ronja Heyne was awarded best flash talk for her talk: Identifying mechanisms of liver growth and size control in regeneration.
Each year students from BMI, CPR and DanStem are organizing a PhD course designed to provide PhD students an opportunity to present their work to a large audience of their peers.
The course provides a structured framework for students to effectively communicate their research with a guidance from experts and fellow students, and to create an inspiring and open environment to present and explore other areas of research.
This year the course was divided into two parts: a workshop on ‘how to sell your science’, held on October 11, 2018 and a full day seminar on November 10, 2018. The seminar program included talks, flash talks and a poster session, presenting over 40 posters.
The course was a great success, attracting over 50 participants from most departments of the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences as well as from hospitals.
Iris Unterweger, (Ober group), Teresa Knudsen, (Brickman group) and Anna Drozd, (Ferretti group) from DanStem were awarded poster prizes. Ronja Heyne, (Ober group) was awarded best flash talk for her talk: Identifying mechanisms of liver growth and size control in regeneration.