ASN – Journée des jeunes physiologistes rénaux

Tous les ans depuis 3 ans, l’ASN et la société américaine de physiologie organisent une journée (la veille du début de l’ASN) dédiée aux jeunes physiologistes rénaux. Cette année, étant donné la crise du COVID19, tout aura lieu en ligne.
Les frais d’inscription sont de 25$ mais les places sont limitées.

Voici plus amples informations :

« Dear Colleague,

We cordially invite you and your trainees and junior faculty to the third annual Basic Research Forum for Emerging Kidney Scientists, a partnership between the American Society of Nephrology and the American Physiological Society. This year we are an official ASN Early Program – and will be held online the day before the main Kidney Week Reimagined program.

This meeting is an opportunity for a rich diversity of trainees and junior faculty to communicate new findings in their basic or translational kidney research, network with each other and established investigators, and participate in career development activities.

When: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 8:45am – 5:40pm Eastern Daylight Time (UTC -4)

Location: Digital Conference – Details to be announced

Submit an Abstract: Submit here. Deadline August 11th. No fee for abstract submission.

This year, abstracts submitted/accepted for Kidney Week 2020 may also be submitted to the Basic Research Forum. We also welcome new, unpublished abstracts. Abstracts accepted for the Basic Research Forum are separate from, and will not be included in, the Kidney Week 2020 annual meeting content including posters. Abstract submission is not required to attend this forum. However, space is limited and registration will be first come, first served.

Registration: Opens August 5th. Registration is required to attend and/or present. Click here to Register

Registration Fee: $25

Selected abstracts will be eligible for Young Investigator Abstract Awards!

For more details, please visit our website: https://www.earlycareerkidney.org/

The Basic Research Forum is committed to diversity and inclusion. Women and individuals from under-represented and disadvantaged backgrounds are encouraged to participate.

Please help spread the word to other early career kidney scientists by forwarding them this invitation!

Questions? Send an email to earlycareerkidney@gmail.com.

Follow us on Twitter @earlykidney for up to date information!

Hope to see you October 21st! »

Fyer :

Basic Research Forum 2020 Flyer

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