Unleash iMM’s research excellence in immunity and infection through twinning to infect Lisbon and Portugal with its increase in competitiveness and innovation

Summer School 2018

19 March 2018, Instituto Medicina Molecular, Lisbon, Portugal

17-20 September 2018, Costa Caparica, Portugal

The TwinnToInfect Scientific Ethics Summer School will take place in a coastal town near Lisbon (Costa da Caparica) on 17th – 20th September 2018https://www.tryplisboacaparica.com This School is designed for PhD students and early Post-Docs working in biomedicine and related fields, particularly those whose research topics benefit a strong knowledge of Ethics. The School will include presentations and round table discussions that will promote informal and lively debates spanning a wide range of Ethical issues faced by Biomedical researchers, ranging from Ethics in publishing, grant applications, to Ethics legislation.

The four-day course will combine lectures from invited speakers and courses on Scientific Ethics, and includes Workshops on Leadership & Entrepreneurship. This is a great opportunity to foster scientific exchanges and promote networking!


Zoltan Fehervari

Senior Editor - Nature Research

Robert Benoît

Président du CETEA - Institut Pasteur

Paula Martinho Silva

Senior Associate PLMJ Advogados


Miguel Prudêncio

Group Leader at iMM

Marc Veldohen

Group Leader at iMM

Website: https://imm.medicina.ulisboa.pt/en/
Website: https://www.tryplisboacaparica.com/
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Target Audience
PhD students, post-docs.
TwinnToInfect will support the registration fee for 10 participants from iMM, 10 from the Francis Crick Institute and 10 from Institut Pasteur.

Participants will be selected based on a brief curricular note. Please fill in the  registration form. .

Application Deadline 15/Aug/2018
Twinntoinfect Summer School 2018 Programme

Miguel Prudêncio

Group Leader at iMM

Marc Veldohen

Group Leader at iMM

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 692022