4th Annual GSCN Conference
"Let's talk about trouble shooting" - Non-PI meeting at the GSCN Conference 2016
The idea of this non-PI meeting following the GSCN conference (Thursday, 15 Sept. 2016) is to discuss difficulties and pitfalls in your research and get input for solutions. A keynote lecture on "building successful collaborations“, „efficient problem solving“, „ins and outs of successful grant writing“ and „work experience abroad“ will be given by Vanessa Sauer (Münster). If you are interested to participate, you can indicate it when you register for the GSCN conference. The number of participants is limited to 20 researchers.
May brings a GSCN newsletter with information to NEW travel grants - find it here.
Our GSCN annual magazine "Applied Stem Cell Research in Germany" is online:
You can download it here.
GSCN Scientific Awards
The GSCN will select also in 2016 outstanding researchers and publications in three award categories.
- Young Investigator
Please enter your candidates at the links until 15 April 2016:
(German-based) (The candidate should be within 8 year after the doctorate degree and in her/his first faculty/independent position (non-tenured); GSCN membership is not required)
- Female Scientist
(German-based) (no limitations on the level; GSCN membership is not required).
- Publication of the Year (July 2015 - June 2016)
The third award “Publication of the Year” will be selected in July 2016 based on the publications from July 2015 - June 2016 (the first author will be presenting). If you like to have a publication considered for the "Publication of the Year" Award, please send the pdf to the GSCN office (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can also include a brief statement why the paper is a important contribution to the field of stem cell research.
All awardees will give a presentation in the presidential session at the GSCN conference on 13 September, 2016 in Hannover. Each award also includes an amount of 1,500 €.
Candidates will be evaluated by the awards committee.
UniStem Day 2016 in Germany
On 11 March 2016 the German Stem Cell Network (GSCN) together with German research institutes and universities at seven locations in Germany initiates an European activity day for Stem Cell Research in Germany - the UniStem Day. The event is aimed at students from schools and universities to give information on stem cell research. More than 1200 students are expected to participate in Germany. For more information (in German) please visit here.
400 participants at the 3rd International Annual GSCN Conference
The 3rd International Annual Conference of the GSCN welcomed 400 participants and 25 companies to the Otto Stern Center (Goethe-University, Campus Riedberg) in Frankfurt/Main from 9 - 11 September 2015.
For three days scientists discussed their results in talks and posters, met collaborators and made new contacts and informed the public (public event) on the recent advances in applications of stem cells.
One highlight among many others was the Presidential Symposium with this years winners of the GSCN awards:
You find more information on the 2015 awardees here: GSCN Awards and in the Press release GSCN Awards
Further reading (in German): www.biotechnologie.de, Wie Stammzellen die Pharmaforschung beschleunigen (Die Welt), Genchirurgen aus Fernost (Die Welt), Neuroforschung: Akkurat verteilt ein Roboter die Stammzellen (Stuttgarter Zeitung)
New stem cell film synchronized in English
The GSCN produced film about application possibilities of cell therapies are now available in English.
Andreas Zeiher and Hubert Serve of the University clinic in Frankfurt talk about their research, ideas and hopes.
Please take a look here.
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