Courses & Seminars

  • Claim your spot at NorDoc Summer School 2023

    Register now to claim one of 14 reserved spots for KI PhD students The annual NorDoc PhD Summit brings PhD students from the Nordics together for three days of science and networking – focusing on Nordic research strengths and how to get the most out of your PhD. The summit is open to all interested, PhD students: postdocs, supervisors and teachers, to put your research in a larger perspective, get tools for scientific outreach, expand your networks and get ideas for your future career.  The summer will take place in Uppsala and Stockholm 16–18 August 2023. We have 14 reserved tickets for PhD students from KI. Send us an email on [email protected] to claim…

  • Welcome to KI’s first Sustainable Research Week!

    The Sustainable Research Week is a three-day conference organized by MF’s Students for Sustainable Development (SSD) at Karolinska Institutet and will take place on the KI Solna campus on Wednesday 19th, Thursday 20th and Friday 21st April 2023.  During this hybrid event, keynote speakers, researchers as well as science company representatives from all over the world, will have the opportunity to share their knowledge and experience on several topics regarding the role of sustainability in research, as well as to raise awareness on current sustainability issues along with possible solutions.  Each day will be held within a specific theme:  Day 1: Alternatives to animal models and products used in research (9.00 –…

  • “2023 PhD Conference: Opportunities and Collaboration in Science” organised by DSA

    Gain insights into opportunities and collaborations in science, both in industry and academia! Learn about:•Translational Research Collaborations•Collaborations with Industry/Private Sector•Unexpected Career-Paths•Communicating and Networking in Science•Work-Life Balance You will have the chance to network with our invited company speakers through the 2-day conference! Dates: 29-05-2023 to 30-05-2023 Where: Grant Hotel Saltsjöbaden, Hotellvägen 2, 133 35 Saltsjöbaden Sign up before 17th April! For any questions or comments, feel free to contact DSA: [email protected] Registration fee: 1 000 sek (heavily subsidized contribution to be paid by your PI) For the conference, each student will be asked to present a poster or give a talk about their PhD Project. The best 11 abstracts will be selected…

  • Neuroscience Seminar for PhD Students

    Welcome to the next talk in the neuroscience seminar series! Title: What does sleep do for the brain and why are we so differently affected by sleep loss? Speaker: Prof John Axelsson, Ph.D. | Stockholm University, Sweden Time: Wednesday 15th February | 03:00 pm Place: Room Ragnar Granit, Biomedicum, KI Solna Please register via email to or scan the QR code in the attachment. See you all there!

  • Finish on time: Academic Productivity Workshop for PhD students

    Welcome to the next Finish on time: Academic Productivity workshop for PhD students organised by the KI Career Service and the DSA! This seminar aims to help PhD students manage their stress levels and complete their research projects on time. When: November 15th at 9:00 Where: Online Interested? Scan the QR code on the banner above to get more information and register!

  • WHO Internship Programme

    For future leaders in public health WHO, as the leader in global public health issues, is committed to building a diverse pool of future leaders in public health. WHO’s Internship Programme offers a wide range of opportunities for students and recent graduates to gain insight into the technical and administrative programmes of WHO and enrich their knowledge and experience in various areas, thereby contributing to the advancement of public health. What are the objectives? Provide a framework for assigning eligible students from diverse academic backgrounds to WHO programmes where their educational experience can be enhanced through capacity building opportunities. Provide an opportunity for WHO programmes to benefit from engagement from…

  • AstraZeneca´s Campus Ambassador program

    Are you a curious, social and a strong communicator looking for your next challenge? Then AstraZeneca´s Campus Ambassador program might be the perfect opportunity for you!   AstraZeneca is now recruiting for our 4th annual Campus Ambassador Program. Your role as a Campus Ambassador:  The program runs for one year, starting beginning 2023. We are seeking students enrolled at a Swedish University during the academic year 2023/2024.  Being a student ambassador for AstraZeneca means being our external voice at your local university and working actively to strengthen the AstraZeneca employer brand on campus.   Your role includes:   You will interact with AstraZeneca Employer Branding and Talent Acquisition team, coordinating and finding opportunities…

  • Apply now for the “Standing up for Science Workshop” at Lorentz Center, Leiden University on 9 December 2022.

    This is a free event for PhD students and early career researchers in all sciences, engineering, medicine and social sciences! The theme of the workshop is “Standing up for Science”, equipping and inspiring researchers to lead the public discussion of research and evidence. Places are free and open to ECRs from anywhere in Europe. All we ask is that participants can make their own way to Leiden. Meet researchers who have engaged with the media, learn from policymakers about why good evidence is important for them and how researchers can help inform policy. Respected journalists will talk about how the media works, and how to respond and comment, and what…

  • Neuroscience seminar series for doctoral students:

    Welcome to the next talk in the neuroscience seminar series! Comparative Developmental Neurobiology Speaker: Nikos Konstantinides, Ph.D. | Institute Jacques Monod, France Time: Wednesday 2nd November | 03:00 pm Place: Room Ragnar Granit, Biomedicum, KI Solna Please register via email to [email protected] or scan the QR code in the attachment.  Fika will also be provided at both meetings.

  • Neuroscience seminar series for doctoral students: “Alzheimer’s disease – from amyloid generation to microglial contributions”

    Welcome to the next seminar in the neuroscience seminar series! Title: Alzheimer’s disease – from amyloid generation to microglial contributions Speaker: Christian Haass, Ph.D. | Professor at LMU Munich Time: Wednesday 19th October | 10:00 am Place: Zoom meeting only Register for the meeting on Zoom: More information can also be found in the attachment. Feel free to share this announcement with people that may be interested!