Are you interested in a scientific career as a woman in bioinformatics? But you have questions and worries regarding how to get there?
The online lecture series "Women in Bioinformatics" provides the answers. Successful female scientists present their research, their career path and answer your questions.
The series continues with
Prof. Dr. Nadine Ziemert
on 18.05.21 at 12:30-14:00.
Prof. Ziemert is professor for Natural Product Genome Mining at the University of Tübingen. Her work focuses on developing bioinformatic tools for the discovery of natural products from microbial genomes, elucidating the evolutionary history of their biosynthetic gene clusters and tracing their distribution in the environment.
Participation is free but registration is required for every talk. Registration starts 6 weeks before each talk.
Details and registration: https://www.bio.ifi.lmu.de/wib
27.04.21 12:30-14:00 Prof. Dr. Ina Koch
18.05.21 12:30-14:00 Prof. Dr. Nadine Ziemert
08.06.21 17:00-18:30 Prof. Dr. Kay Nieselt
29.06.21 16:00-17:30 Prof. Dr. Birte Kehr
20.07.21 12:30-14:00 Prof. Dr. Sabine Fischer
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