Europhysiology 2018

14 - 16 September 2018

QEII Centre, London, UK

Scandinavian Physiological Society
Deutsche Physiologische Gesellschaft
FEPS

Early Career Opportunities

Europhysiology offers a wide range of development opportunities for early career physiologists, wherever they are based in the world. Alongside the excellent science in the main programme, here are some additional highlights:

Early Career Physiologists' Symposium

Thursday 13 September, 8.00 – 13.00

A unique opportunity for early career physiologists, from undergraduates to postdocs, to discuss their science in an informal environment.

Early Career Social

Thursday 13 September, 18.00

A chance to make new friends and catch up with old ones before the main programme starts.

CV review session

Friday 14 September, 13.00 – 14.00

An opportunity for early career physiologists to seek feedback on their CV from an experienced researcher and/or lecturer. Each session will be 15 minutes, and places will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. To sign up, please send your CV to education@physoc.org, and indicate whether you would prefer a UK or non-UK reviewer, or someone with a research or teaching focus. If you submit your CV, please keep the hour free until you are assigned your time.

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Poster feedback

Friday 14, Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 September

During poster communication sessions

An opportunity for early career physiologists to seek general feedback on their poster from an experienced researcher. Limited slots are available and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. To sign up, please email your abstract title to education@physoc.org, and indicate which poster communication session you will be presenting at.

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Five tips on delivering a good poster presentation

To help you prepare and deliver a great poster presentation at Europhysiology, Dr Gladys Pearson and The Physiological Society have produced this video containing five handy tips.

Five tips on delivering a good oral presentation

This companion video, by Professor David Eisner and The Physiological Society, offers five top tips on how to give a good oral presentation.

Publishing for beginners

Saturday 15 September, 13.00 - 14.00

This session will introduce postgraduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and early career investigators to some of the unwritten “dos and don’ts” of publishing. Armed with this information, you should be equipped to increase your chances of securing publication of your work in the journal of your choice while avoiding ethical minefields along the way.

Rob Clarke Awards 2018

Saturday 15 September

13.00 – 14.15, awards ceremony at 17.30

The Rob Clarke Awards are awarded for excellent physiology research carried out by undergraduates. Named in honour of the late Dr Rob Clarke, these awards are made independently for the best abstracts and posters presented at a scientific meeting. The deadline for abstracts is now closed, and poster judging will take place between 13.00 and 14.15 on 15 September.

Informal networking opportunities

There will be numerous opportunities for you to network with other physiologists throughout the meeting. Don’t forget to set aside some time over lunch (12.45 – 14.30) every day to do this and visit the exhibition as well!