2nd Career Talks at the Bonn Brain 3 Meeting

Are you working towards a degree but you are unsure what to do with it later on the job market?
Maybe you don’t even know what it means to pursue a scientific career and what your chances are?
Or are you just not so sure anymore that a post-doc / professorship is the right path for you?

Then come and visit the 2nd Career Talks organized by the BIGS Neuroscience and Neuroscience Master student council at the Bonn Brain³ Meeting on Wednesday, 16.03.2016 from 14:00 to 18:00 at the caesar research center, Bonn. Several international representatives from different fields are invited, this year:

  • Academic Teaching: Geert Ramakers – Utrecht University
  • Pharmaceutical Industry: Isabelle Niespodziany – UCB Pharma S.A.
  • Government: Marlies Dorlöchter – DLR Project Management Agency – Health Research
  • Start-ups: Peter Haug – Founding Angels
  • Scientific Journalism & Filmmaking: Pia Grzesiak – Grzesiak Films

But the best of all, instead of listening to hour-long one-man-shows, we will have an interactive discussion with all of them. Since this is led by student moderators, it allows us to focus on the questions that we students have concerning career path, job conditions, prerequisites and family matters – and immediately compare between the different fields of work.

The Career Talks are followed by a Wine & Cheese reception and a talk by the Science Editor Peter Stern about Publishing in Neuroscience.

Caught your interest? Then register here and discuss your future with us!

When?     Wednesday, 16.03.2016.”            14:00 – 18:00 Career Talks
.                                                                         18:00 – 19:00 Wine & Cheese
.                                                                         19:00 – 20:00 Peter Stern – Publishing Neuroscience

Where?    research center caesar, Ludwig-Erhard-Allee 2, 53175 Bonn

Not a part of the Neuroscience program? No problem! Register and come – it is free for everyone!

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