The 19th September 2017, The Young EPIZONE core group will organise, also this year, an interesting program, for young scientists in the field of epizootic diseases.
This year they chose the subject ‘’communication skills’’ as theme for the day and they wish to make an Icebreaking game. See the final programme here.
This years YE Chair 11th AM is Cindy Kundlacz
Introduction Cindy Kundlacz, Young EPIZONE chair 2017, 11th AM
Cindy Kundlacz is in her second year as a member of the Young EPIZONE core group:
“This year, I am very happy to be the new host coordinator for the next Young EPIZONE meeting which will be held in Paris. I am in the second year of my PhD in the French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety (ANSES) in Maisons-Alfort (France). I work on the Bluetongue virus (BTV) and more specifically on the interactions between viral proteins and cellular proteins in the mammalian and vector host using a high-throughput yeast two-hybrid (Y2H) approaches. I also study the effect of BTV on different signaling pathways. I am looking forward to see you all on the next young EPIZONE day in September in Paris”
Young EPIZONE Newsletter June 2017
In this newsletter, we will introduce the new members of the YE core group and give you a short debrief on the last YE workshop in Madrid.
For this year, we are proud to announce that the next workshop will be entitled “ Communication skills ”. So if you want to discuss this with young scientists, feel free to join us in Paris.
Please find here the YE Newsletter June 2017.
Please find here the YE Newsletter September 2017.