Join the first symposium Si-M Day of the joint research building „Der Simulierte Mensch“ (engl.: The Simulated Human) by Technische Universität Berlin and Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin on 24.11.2022 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. online. An event dedicated to networking and the initiation of projects between investigators of both partner institutions.
Andreas Thiel and Roland Lauster, as well as the scientific coordination team, will introduce you to the current developments, the scientific vision of that unique collaboration, and potential access for researchers in the upcoming research space opening in 2024.
Investigators from different groups of TU Berlin and Charité will present their current work and scientific interests, and interfaces can be identified aiming to initiate interdisciplinary projects.
Register here until the 18.11.2022
Participation in the symposium is free of charge
Submit your abstract (max. 350 words) to email@example.com until the 17.10.2022
Topics should be in the context or contribute to Development, optimization, and implementation of human model systems and novel analytical processes for human cells and tissues.
Within your abstract, please include your research focus, your (scientific) expertise, and your project (ideas).
Jennifer Rosowski (Charité)
Shirin Kadler (TU Berlin)