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IRCMS has started a new lecture series especially for young researchers for a motivational purpose.
The 17th lecture will be held on Friday, July 1st, 2022 as follows.
This seminar series would benefit young researchers such as students/postdocs most.
We hope to see many of you at the seminar.

Date & Time: July 1, 2022 (Friday) 12:00-13:00
* It will be a Zoom-based online seminar.

Speaker: Dr. Ryuichi Nishinakamura
Institute of Molecular Embryology and Genetics (IMEG) Kumamoto University, Professor

Title: "Be smart. Stay foolish."

Organizer: Professor Guojun Sheng (IRCMS)

※English as medium of seminar

※Anyone who wants to join is welcome.

Zoom meeting information
Meeting ID: 854 4244 3104
Passcode: Science71

Inquiries: IRCMS Administrative Office (Sakai&Watanabe)
ircms[at] *Please replace [at] with @ when addressing Emails

2022-06-17 2022-07-01

Date: 7-10 September 2022

Venue: Manchester, United Kingdom

Late-Breaking Abstract Submission Deadlines:
Oral Abstracts: 27 June 2022
Poster Abstracts: 25 July 2022

The 24th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Clinical Virology (ESCV) will take place from 7-10 September 2022 in Manchester, United Kingdom.
ESCV 2022 will be the society’s first in-person annual meeting since the pandemic began, presenting an outstanding and balanced programme covering the most recent discoveries, innovations and state-of-the-art updates on current areas of interest to virologists.
Late-breaking abstract submission is open, and now accepting new categories such as Monkeypox. We invite you to take an active role at ESCV 2022 and share your findings with the European clinical virology community before the deadline.
We look forward to welcoming you to ESCV2022!


2022-06-15 2022-09-10

Ever wondered WHY your paper was REJECTED by an Editor?
-The Impact of Scientific Storytelling-

This seminar is part of a series entitled, "A Roadmap to Publishing Papers", where ASHBi Scientific Advisor Spyros Goulas, PhD, will be sharing his insights as a former editor at Cell Press on how to publish your work more successfully.

In this first seminar, Dr Goulas will be focusing on the function and value of the narrative, or so-called "storytelling", in a scientific paper and sharing tips/strategies on how to prepare a paper to tell your story more effectively.

ALL levels of students, researchers, and PIs are welcome!

Spyros Goulas (PhD)/ ASHBi Scientific Advisor
(Former Scientific Editor at Cell Press/Developmental Cell)

Friday, June 24 2022


Zoom Online Meeting

English (Q&A will also be accepted in Japanese)

Students, Researchers, and PIs at all levels


WEB Page

ASHBi Research Acceleration Unit (WPI-ASHBi, Kyoto University)

ASHBi-acceleration[at] *Please change [at] to @

2022-06-07 2022-06-24