Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 9:00 AM – 4:50 PM
The Trainee Professional Development shops are devoted to scientific and career development activities for trainees (Primarily graduate students and postdocs). The day consists of a keynote address, an activity consisting of one-on-one blitz discussions, and a series of workshops on various topics. The goal of the Trainee Professional Development Day is to allow the next generation of zebrafish researchers to learn from and interact with faculty members in a more informal and intimate setting than that allowed by the main conference.
Please register the workshops either as a faculty member or as a trainee at your registration page if you are interested in these workshops
Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 12:30 AM – 4:50 PM
The goal of the Junior Faculty Workshops, which are open to investigators within 8 years of obtaining a faculty position, is to foster the growth and success rate of the next generation of zebrafish researchers by learning from and interacting with established faculty members in a more informal and intimate setting than that allowed by the main conference. A panel of experienced members of the zebrafish field will participate in each meeting, to provide tips and advice to junior faculty members and answer questions.
Please register the workshops either as a senior/experienced faculty member or as a junior faculty member at your registration page if you are interested in these workshops.
Thursday, June 13 - Saturday, June 15, 10:30 -11:00 AM
Meet the Professor Sessions are meant to provide trainees the opportunity to interact with experienced faculty members in the field and to foster scholarly conversation. Each day several faculty researchers will be available to talk with trainees. Any trainee interested in meeting these investigators can go to the Conference Room and take part in this informal gathering.
Please register these sessions either as a Professor or as a student at your registration page if you are interested in these sessions.