François Spitz, PhD
European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL)
Wednesday, May 28, 2014 – 16 h 15
Sciences II – Auditorium A100
Host: Denis Duboule
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We are proud to announce and congratulate the winners of the iGE3 PhD salary awards 2013 !
At the end of this 1st round of selection, 6 PhD awards could be given to graduate students working in the laboratories of iGE3 faculty members for the quality of their application.
The winners are:
The awardees have presented their project during the 2nd iGE3 Annual Meeting on Monday, December 9, 2013, at the Louis-Jeantet Foundation in Geneva.
The iGE3 (Institute of Genetics and Genomics of Geneva) with the generous help of the Rector’s office and the encouragement of the Deans of the Faculties of Medicine and Sciences is proud to announce the iGE3 graduate students salary awards.
These stipends will be given competitively to graduate students working in the laboratories of iGE3 faculty members, for projects with a strong genetics or genomics component. The graduate students should be in the 2nd or 3rd year of their studies, and these salaries will be provided for 2 years, non-renewable. The amount will be set according to the current regulations of the University of Geneva. The final selection will be made by an external (non-UNIGE) advisory board. The stipends should be acknowledged as iGE3 graduate student awards.
The application must be completed online. Please follow this link:
Application deadline: Thursday, October 17, 2013
Further information: Nema.Bliggenstorfer@unige.ch (disabled)
The iGE3 Executive Board (S.E. Antonarakis, E.T. Dermitzakis, D. Duboule, D. Picard, W. Reith)
Prof. Jérôme LACOUR, vice-dean of the Sciences Faculty
Prof. Dominique SOLDATI-FAVRE, vice-dean of the Medicine Faculty
Prof. Jean-Dominique VASSALLI, rector of the University of Geneva
M. Charles BEER, member of the State Council in charge of the DIP
Prof. Stylianos E. ANTONARAKIS, director of iGE3
Prof. Arnold MUNNICH, Hôpital Necker, Paris
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