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  • Webinar: Current Career Opportunities in the Life Science Market

    Register now for this interesting webinar organized by Randstad Life Sciences, where they will discuss how the current job market looks like for scientists and different types of roles within the Life Science sector! Date: May 17th at 15:00 Register for the webinar by scanning the QR code in the poster above or click here!

  • Next DSA Meeting May 19th at 18:00

    You are hereby called to the next DSA board meeting on Thursday, May 19th, which will take place at 18:00 in hybrid form! Virtual Participation: Zoom In-person: Center for Molecular Medicine L8:05 018 (Acquired Immunity VIP), Visionsgatan 18, 171 76 Solna. Please be downstairs latest 17:45 if you don’t have access to the building and please don’t participate in person if you feel sick. See the meeting agenda below!

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    Open Positions at the Swedish National Union of Students

    Eager to work in teams or lead discussions that can improve higher education in Sweden? Then the following opportunities might be the right fit for you! The Swedish National Union of Students (SFS) has announced multiple open positions for their different divisions and Boards! SFS is an association of student unions at Swedish universities and colleges. It currently has about fifty member corps that represent approximately 350 students and doctoral students. SFS has the task of representing the interests of members and students. SFS represents students with different backgrounds and from different types of education, therefore SFS has a unique opportunity to speak for the student group as a whole.…

  • Join the next Careers Outside Academia Seminar at 16-17th May

    Looking for possible career paths? Take your chance to meet people who made the change from academia into a broad variety of fields and found their dream careers. Get inspired and ask plenty of questions in a round table discussion! Join Careers Outside Academia – a round table discussion Participating speakers are coming from four broad areas of career paths: Business in science Industry research Science communication Helping others grow Find out how the speakers used the skills they acquired during their PhD and postdoc to: develop new products, for example, vegan cheese help companies to apply for approvals from EU for their medical devices help next-generation PhD students by…

  • Join Lime Talks-Inspiring Dialogue on May 18th

    Doctors are of crucial importance for the development of healthcare and a leading role in everyday life, but are often lacking in the contexts where decisions are made that affect the quality of care provided. What obstacles are there to doctors’ involvement in patient-oriented development work and what is required to release the energy of doctors’ involvement? A panel of experts consisting of the following people with different perspectives and experiences, both from research and practical experience, begins the conversation: Mats Brommels, doctor, professor emeritus, founder of MMC, LIME, KI Fredrik Bååthe, PhD, visiting researcher LEFO and ISM Ylva Pernow, Chief Medical Officer, Associate Professor and Director of Quality and…

  • Register for the upcoming 2-week course in Integrative Structural Biology

    InfraLife is preparing a course in integrative structural biology where they cover not only the basics of state-of-the-art structural biology techniques but also how to combine the information to address a biological question. The course will take place in the autumn of 2022. What will the course cover? The two-week course is a joint effort between the three large-scale research infrastructures SciLifeLab, MAX IV and ESS and additional related platforms. The aim is to give an overview of the structural biology available at the research infrastructures in Sweden. The course will focus on understanding the sample requirements, the nature of structural information that can be obtained and how data from multiple structural biology methods can be combined using…

  • Register for the 2022 KI Ph.D. Conference

    If you are a PhD student at KI and looking for a conference to attend during summer, we have some good news! PhD students at KI are organizing “KI 2022 PhD Conference” on 11-12th June for PhD students throughout KI! This year’s PhD conference focuses on soft skills, including communication, academic productivity, presentation/writing, stress management techniques and insights into career options after the PhD. Besides, there is a lovely opportunity to enjoy the Swedish countryside at the same time! Registration is open until April 27th! Each student will be asked to present a poster or talk on their PhD project for the conference. Abstract submission deadline is May 8th! Follow…

  • Apply to the project group for Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar 2022!

    Stockholm International Youth Science Seminar (SIYSS) is looking for young motivated individuals who want to take part in SIYSS 2022. SIYSS is, with its connections to the Nobel week, one of the world’s finest science programs for young scientists. SIYSS gathers 25 of the world’s most outstanding young talents to a December week in Stockholm filled with exclusive and exciting exhibitions and activities. The program includes for example meetings with the Nobel prize laureates and participation in Nobel activities. The main event of the week is the Seminar, where the participants present their research. We are looking for you who want to work in the project group and take part…

  • Going back to the Lab after COVID

    As more people get vaccinated, many employers are beginning to bring workers back to the office after more than a year of working from home. Although many Ph.D. students continued their lab work throughout the pandemic, there is a mixed reaction to resume office duties on site. Some welcome the idea of collaborating with colleagues in person and swapping their makeshift home office for a dedicated workspace, while others are worried they will lose certain advantages and be less safe if they shift away from remote work. What is keeping Ph.D. students from fully returning to the lab and office and how can we ease the transition? Stress Some Ph.D.…