Junior Scientist Workshops are intense, interactive meetings designed for graduate students, postdocs and other trainees. Attendees will present their work, receive and provide critical feedback, engage in lively discussions and network with peers. Janelia covers the cost of travel, meals and a room in our guest house for accepted participants.
Application deadlines vary by meeting. See descriptions for more details.
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Organized by Ann Hermundstad, James Fitzgerald, and Allyson Sgro, this workshop is intended as a "by the students, for the students" meeting. Other than the organizers and invited speakers, participants will include only students and postdocs working on a variety of problems in theoretical biophysics, broadly defined.
Organized by Emily Dennis, Sue Ann Koay, Gabriela Michel, Michael Reiser, and Carsen Stringer, this Junior Scientist Workshop provides an exciting opportunity for graduate students, recent PhDs, and those in similar positions, like staff scientists interested in the mechanistic basis of cognition to present their research to a diverse audience and discuss ideas for the future, while also discovering potential independent early-career options at Janelia.View Full Details