SYIS - Student & Young Investigator Section
Student: Any individual who is engaged as a full-time graduate or undergraduate in a university or college program and is actively involved in research in the field of tissue engineering.
Young Investigator: Young Investigators are defined as persons who are employed by an academic institution in the field of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, who have been awarded their doctoral degree within the past 3 years and who are not holding an appointment as a faculty or academic staff in a university/research institute. Young investigators are required to have their advisor/supervisor send a letter as proof of the bona fide status of the young investigator.
All student registrants are invited to sign up and participate in the SYIS events!
If you want to take part in these events, please contact us at termis2012syis(at)gmail.com or visit us at our booth.
TERMIS 2012 SYIS ACTIVITIES
Student-Mentor Meet (registration required) Wednesday, September 5, 18:30.
During the student-mentor meet, students and young investigators will get a chance to interact with worldrenowned academic and industrial investigators in the field of Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine. Students and young investigators will be organized in small groups with each mentor and have their questions answered in a relaxed and open discussion.
Career Session: (registration required) Friday, September 7, 18:20 – 19:00.
A panel of experts, each having taken different but sometimes overlapping directions in their careers, will discuss debate and offer insight into topics of interest in the field today and provide insights into starting a career in this field.
Scientific Co-Chair (registration required)
SYIS members will have the opportunity to assist chairing a session with a leader in the field of research during a scientific session.
SYIS Awards (registration required)