IMG_7580The Scientific Day is one of the key activities of the Molecular Biology programs.

Since 1995, the students and researchers of the program attend their annual day meeting, the level of which compares very favourably with molecular biology international meeting. On that day, M.Sc. and Ph.D. students present their work as poster or oral presentations. The best oral and poster presentations are awarded prizes.

This event represents an opportunity for many discussions and exchanges between students and researchers and professors of the program.

2017 Edition – Registration are open!

The twenty-three Molecular Biology Programs Scientific Day will be held on Friday, May 12, 2017 at the CRCHUM.

Attendance at the Scientific Day is mandatory for all students registeres in the program.

  • Students registered since more than one year (M.Sc. and Ph.D.) must submit an abstract. The decision of the presentation format (talk or poster) will be decided by the Molecular Biology Committee at the beginning of April. Students will be informed around mid-April. Deadline to submit an abstract: Tuesday, March 28 at noon.
  • Stdents registered since less than a year do not have to submit an abstract. They still need to registered via the form. Deadline to fill the registration form: Friday, April 28.
  • Professors wishing to attend the Scientific Day are also required to complete the form.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. We are looking forward to see you on May 12!

Registration Form (MANDATORY for all the students)

Deadline to submit a resume: March 28. Deadline for registration: April 28

First name (mandatory)

Last name (mandatory)

Your Email (mandatory)

Status

Presence

I will be attending the Scientific Day:

YesNo
If not, why? (students only)

I will be there for lunch:

YesNo

Abstract

1. Use the template for submitting your abstract
version anglaise

2.Once the template completed, please upload your abstract in a word document. You must name your file as follow: LAST NAME_First Name_ Attach Unit.

 

 

 

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