Kickoff party - Young Researchers' Global Health Network – University of Copenhagen

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Kickoff party - Young Researchers' Global Health Network

The Young Researchers’ Global Health Network wants you to come to our kickoff party!

When: September 9, 2013 at 16:00

Where: Building 34 atrium, CSS

Why: to learn about The Young Researchers’ Global Health Network and to enroll new members

Schedule

16:00:    We will gather in the atrium of building 34 to mingle and enjoy refreshments and snacks

16:30:                 An introduction to the network by the steering group.

Flemming Konradsen, Director of the Copenhagen School of Global Health (CSGH), will say a few words on the CSGH and the visions for the network

Florida Muro, MD, MSc and Ph.D. fellow from Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre, will share some of her experiences of creating a network in Tanzania.

17:00:    Sign up, games and networking

The event and membership are free of charge; however, we require that you register - the deadline is 5 September. Soda, beer, wine and light snacks will be provided. Everyone with an interest in global health research is encouraged to attend. We hope to see you there!

A Brief Background on the network

Who we are:  We are a group of masters- and PhD-level researchers, based at the Department of International Health, Immunology and Microbiology (ISIM) at the University of Copenhagen. The network includes members from a diverse spectrum of backgrounds with a common interest in global health. The network is open for all young researchers who share a passion for global health, including those who are based at ISIM, those that are collaborating on a project with ISIM and even those who are just visiting.  

What we do: We host events and courses with the aim of bringing together students from across the field of global health. We hope our events will provide a platform for the exchange of ideas whether your research focus is hard-core molecular biology or field epidemiology. In short, the aim of the network is to provide inspiration, support and a friendly atmosphere to socialize and network with individuals who have a common interest.

For more info about the network, check out our LinkedIn page.

This network and its events are sponsored by the Copenhagen School of Global Health at the Department of International Health, Immunology and Microbiology