2nd Interdisciplinary Signaling Workshop (ISW)
A four-day workshop designed to promote interdisciplinary collaborations and networking between cell signaling researchers from many different fields and backgrounds.
17 July 2017
21 July 2017
09h00 - 17h00
Hotel Visegrád, 2025 Visegrád, Rév u. 15., Hungary
31 May 2017
€450 - 1140, depending on registration date, career stage, and discounts
About the event.
A four-day workshop designed to promote interdisciplinary collaborations and networking between cell signaling researchers from many different fields and backgrounds, in particular between bench and computational. The event follows on from the successful 1st Interdisciplinary Signaling Workshop organised in Visegrad in 2014.
Morning sessions include talks from invited experts and selected from other participants. These are complemented by afternoon and evening sessions of small-group project work, social and cultural activities, and poster sessions. The workshop brings together participants to work and socialise in the beautiful surroundings of the Renaissance city of Visegrad, using sessions and activities specifically designed to promote interactions between participants. This provides a special and unconventional context for building bridges between researchers from different disciplines, and supporting the professional development in particular of early career researchers in this field to help them become more adept at working in and building interdisciplinary collaborations.
Fees and accommodation.
Fees vary depending on whether
- participants register before or after the early registration deadline (15 March)
- work in academia or industry
- are early career scientists
- are eligible for a discount (3 or more participants from same institution, participated in ISW2014, or from same institution as an ISW2017 speaker)
A limited number of travel grants and fee waivers may also be applied for.
For more information see the workshop website http://signalingworkshop.org/registration-fees/.
Accommodation can be booked during the registration process, these costs are in addition to workshop registration fees.