Present your work at the 5th joint 

Novartis-EPFL-UNIL meeting


The SV postdoc association and the BioScience Network Lausanne together with the Association for Postdoc in Natural Sciences at UNIL are gladly continuing our collaboration with the Novartis Institute for Biomedical Research (NIBR) in Basel: the Novartis-EPFL-UNIL (NEU) Meeting. The 5th NEU meeting will take place on the 15th of December 2017 (Friday) in Basel.

The aim of this meeting is to promote interactions among researchers conducting similar types of research in academia and in industry. In addition, this year an HR representative will present information on the ideal profile of a job candidate for Novartis.

PhD students and postdocs will have the opportunity to present their work and learn about research at NIBR. Besides, participants will attend exclusive lab visits at NIBR. Please note that this meeting is not meant to be a job fair.

The tentative layout of the day is as follows:

  • Arrival in Basel at 9 AM (costs of transportation are on the participants)
  • 2 presentations by NIBR scientists
  • 1 presentation by an HR representative
  • Poster presentations by EPFL/UNIL scientists
  • Lunch break
  • NIBR lab visits
  • Departure to Lausanne around 6 PM

We are looking for PhD students and postdocs from EPFL and UNIL performing research in life science. You will have the opportunity to present a poster and we kindly ask you to submit an abstract (300 words max, no figures) following registration. Please note that you will need your advisors permission to present your work at NIBR.

The registration will start on the 2nd of November and the deadline is on the 9th of November 2017. After registration we will send you a link for abstract submission. Abstracts have to be submitted by latest of 20th of November 2017. Your abstracts will be treated confidential and the organising committee will select participants based on their abstracts. The results of the selection will be communicated by 27th of November 2017

Click here for registration