Young scientists retreat

On 1-2 October 2018, the Heidelberg Pain Consortium Young Scientists Team hosted the Young Scientists Retreat at the Siegfriedbrunnen Ringhotel in Grasselenbach. Here, young scientists and young principal investigators of the pain consortium presented their research in addition to three keynote presentations given by leaders in pain research. Over the two days, many scientific conversations, explorations, and smiles were shared among the participants during the presentation Q&A sessions, networking opportunities, coffee breaks, and fun events. The Young Scientists left Grasselenbach not only with a closer relationship to their colleagues, but also with a deeper knowledge of the wide expanse of research being performed within the Heidelberg Pain Consortium.

 

 

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