Several committees and working groups ensure scientific animation and internal and external communication at the Mediterranean Centre for Molecular Medicine (C3M), such as the organising committee of the PhD student and post-doctoral fellow seminars, the scientific animation committee, and the working groups on cross-cutting C3M topics. Life at C3M is punctuated by seminars and monthly meetings, but also by scientific retreats and the biennial C3M symposium.
The organising committee of the PhD student and post-doctoral fellow seminars
Evangelia Papasotiriou (PhD student, team 1) - Evangelia.PAPASOTIRIOU@univ-cotedazur.fr
Ana Bastos (Post-doctoral fellow, team 12) - Ana-Carolina.BASTOS@univ-cotedazur.fr
Amine Belaid (Post-doctoral fellow, team 5) - Amine.BELAID@univ-cotedazur.fr
The seminars of PhD students and post-doctoral fellows are organised monthly and give all C3M PhD students and post-doctoral fellows the opportunity to present their results. These meetings, often followed by a convivial buffet, are an opportunity to make the students' projects known, to get feedback from the centre's scientists, and to develop collaborations with other teams.
These seminars are sponsored by biotech companies invited by the organising committee, who have the opportunity to present their products during the seminar and to have a stand at C3M.
The C3M Scientific Animation Committee
C3M's Scientific Animation Committee organises internal seminars for researchers,
invites external experts to C3M, and organises the biennial C3M symposium.
Internal C3M researchers' seminars are organised monthly by the C3M Scientific Animation Committee. They allow to share the expertise of the C3M teams and to encourage cross-disciplinary work between the C3M teams.More
The C3M Scientific Animation Committee invites national and international experts to share their results with C3M scientists.More
C3M researchers pool their expertise on topics shared by several teams, such as inflammation, autophagy and the biomechanics of tissues. The working groups meet regularly to share their results and knowledge.