Mentorship and New Investigator Pre-Meeting Symposium, 20 September, Beijing
We invite participants (in particular new investigators) of the Hypertension Beijing 2018 meeting (the 27th Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Hypertension) to attend the ISH Mentorship and New Investigator Programme taking place on 20th September at the Bird’s Nest, Beijing Olympic venue.
Event: ISH Mentorship and New Investigator Pre-Meeting Symposium
Date: 20th September 2018 (from 14:00-17:30 hrs)
Venue: Bird’s Nest (Olympic Venue)
To register for the ISH programme please click on the following link:
Participants will gain insights into our mentorship programme and how to develop a successful career in hypertension research, share ideas, develop collaborations, interact and build relationships that cross disciplines and continents. An important new part of this symposium will be speed-networking sessions with mentors. Investigators will get a chance to meet world leaders in the field of hypertension.
This programme is a joint initiative of the ISH Mentorship and Training Committee and New Investigator Committee and designed to bring together New Investigators (students and hypertension researchers) with more experienced investigators.
Arrival, networking and light lunch
ISH 2018 Distinguished Mentor Awardee Presentations by A.H.J. (Jan) Danser - Netherlands and James Sharman - Australia
Presentation - Challenges and Rewards of Mentoring in Research
|15:00-15:45 hrs||Panel Discussion|
|15:45-16:15 hrs||Group sessions|
|16:15-17:00 hrs||Networking Session and refreshments|
|17:00 hrs||Depature to the Hypertension Beijing 2018 Opening Ceremony|
Attendance comes at no cost, however all attendees should be registered for the Hypertension Beijing 2018 meeting to be eligible to attend. Catering will be provided.
Please email the ISH Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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