Bergamo, Italy : 5 - 7 November 2018
At the EACR, we know that conferences are about more than just hearing the latest research. Our events are well-known for providing excellent opportunities for networking, interaction and discussion. Here are a few of the features you can look forward to at Making it Personal 2018.
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Tuesday 6 November at 09:00
A chance to hear the perspective of an invited speaker about a career in science, touching on various challenges and key decisions as a researcher. There will be a chance to ask your questions, and it promises to be a highlight of the meeting.
Monday 5 November, 17:15-18:45
Tuesday 6 November, 15:45-17:15
The programme features two 90 minute Poster Discussion Sessions which will be an excellent opportunity to present and discuss the latest research. As well as these dedicated sessions, there will be additional opportunities to browse the posters throughout the meeting.
Details of the panel discussion session will appear here soon.
Tuesday 6 November at 18:00
Join this social event to explore the fascinating city of Bergamo on foot, led by expert local guides. The tour will leave directly from the conference venue after the conclusion of the programme, and will finish in the centre of the ancient Città Alta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Tickets for the tour are free, and can be added during the registration process.
Tuesday 6 November at 19:30
The Conference Dinner will take place on the final night of the meeting at the Ristorante La Taverna Colleoni, in the centre of historic Bergamo. It will be an excellent opportunity for participants and speakers to get to know each other in a relaxed and informal environment. A four course meal will be served, with wine (or alternative) and coffee included in the ticket price.
Tickets for the conference dinner are not included in the registration fee and can be purchased as an optional extra for €61.
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