The National Infection Biology meeting of 2017 (NIB 2017) will be held 17-18 October at Djurönäset outside Stockholm. The aim of the meeting is to gather experimental researchers, physicians and epidemiologists interested in molecular and clinical microbiology, immunology and host-pathogen interactions. Invited speakers and speakers selected from submitted abstracts will present their research spanning bacterial, viral and parasitic infections, host-pathogen interactions, host defence etc. There will also be a poster session 17 October.
Link to NIB 2017 flyer (1st announcement)
The meeting will be preceded by NDPIA workshops with the international trainers Billy Uber (Leadership Sculptor, Germany) on "communicating research with non-experts" and Sarah Blackford (Lancaster University, UK) on "career planning" 16-17 October 2017.
|Billy Uber||Sarah Blackford|
|"Make Science Make Sense"||"Career planning for research bioscientists"|
Extended registration deadline 30 June 2017
All activities including accommodation in shared double rooms are free of charge for NDPIA members who will participate in activities 16-18 October and present a poster at the NIB meeting.
NDPIA members who have registered to NDPIA workshops and NIB 2017 via the link above can apply for co-funding of travel costs for participating in activities 16-18 October by filling out the form below.
Bookings are closed for this event.